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Bahamas

For years, the University of Wolverhampton has welcomed students from all over the world – and we look forward to welcoming you from Bahamas for your own international educational experience.

We understand that the prospect of studying in a new country can be daunting but our international community at Telford Innovation Campus, along with our friendly staff and students, will help you feel right at home.

Take part in student activities or sports and join a Students’ Union society to meet likeminded people – and remember to explore Wolverhampton and the rest of the UK in your free time, for memories you won’t forget.

Entry requirements for students from Bahamas

International Foundation Year

The GCSE / GCO Level awards are comparable in terms of grading and equivalence to UK GCSE levels. Students holding the GCSE / GCE O Levels would be eligible for the International Foundation Year. 

Undergraduate

GCE A levels are comparable in terms of grading and equivalence to UK A levels.

Students holding an Associate degree with a minimum score of are eligible for direct entrance to bachelor programmes.

Bachelor degrees completed at the College of the Bahamas with a minimum score of XXX can be considered for the final year of a Bachelor programme.

Postgraduate

Students who have completed a Bachelor degree from the University of the West Indies can normally be considered for admission onto a Master’s degree:

A score of  60% or B+  is considered comparable to a UK 2:1

A score of 50% or B is considered comparable to a UK 2:2

A score of less than 50%  is considered comparable to a UK 3 and would require the completion of a pre-master’s course

English Language Requirements

Bahamas is a ‘majority English-speaking’ country – according to the UKVI the following applies:

You do not have to confirm English language competence for:

Those who have previously completed an academic qualification equivalent to a UK degree which was taught in what we call a ‘majority English-speaking’ country or those who are nationals from what we call ‘majority English- speaking’ countries.