University Foundation Programme

Our University Foundation Programme (UFP) was established in 1989 and is one of the most successful in the UK. It is accepted by over 90 UK institutions including universities in America, Canada and Australia. 70% of David Game College UFP students obtained offers from Russell Group universities in 2021.

The UFP is a fantastic alternative for students wanting to go to university who do not wish to study A Levels but have appropriate GCSE or equivalent qualifications.

On this course you will:

  • Study six modules, comprising of three compulsory and three elective modules
  • Be assessed by coursework throughout the course

The UFP will not qualify you for entry to dentistry or veterinary science degree courses or to Oxbridge, all of which require high grades in three A Levels.


Why study your University Foundation Programme at David Game College Liverpool?

Unparalleled Experience

We bring together students from all over the world and from different backgrounds, giving them the chance to make friends they’ll keep for life. We support them every step of the way and make sure they develop personally as well as academically, developing students with international mindsets ready to embark on the next step in their educational career.

A Quality Education

Our UFP has a 100% success rate in securing qualifying students offers from UK universities. Most importantly though, we prepare our students for the challenge ahead, allowing them to make a smooth transition to undergraduate level education.

Freedom to Choose

Our independence allows students to consider multiple universities and apply for degrees that best suit them. Throughout the process, our staff can offer extensive educational and career advice. We also allow our students to choose their modules according to their future subject area.

When studying your University Foundation Programme with David Game College Liverpool, you’ll have the choice of two programme pathways:

Previous UFP students have received offers from

Queen Mary University of London

The University of Nottingham

University of Southampton

Newcastle University

The University of Manchester

The University of Sheffield

University of Exeter

University of Liverpool

The University of Edinburgh

University of Birmingham

University of Leeds

University of Bristol

Cardiff Metropolitan University

King's College London

Durham University