Navitas was established in 1994. The Navitas group is a world leader in the development and provision of educational services and learning solutions. The Navitas excels in understanding the world of learning needs and continually adapts to meet the needs of the changing global environment. Members of the Navitas group offer English language training, high school, university preparation, university programs, and career advancement programs to students, professionals from all over the world.
The International Diploma Program OR Year one OR University Pathway Program at Navitas is a comprehensive program equivalent to Year 1 of an undergraduate degree, with additional English for Academic Purposes. The University Pathway Program for students who do not quite have the academic grades to go straight to Year 1 of an undergraduate degree at USA University, but who have a stronger profile than an Undergraduate Foundation Program student. Students can be accepted for UPP course at Navitas with minimum qualification of Intermediate OR As-Level from Pakistan. A-levels students are also encourage to apply for Navitas University Pathway Program because of 3 intakes in a year, fast admission process in renowned universities of USA (48-72 hours) & flexible entry criteria.
Students are guaranteed progression to the second year of a relevant degree, providing that progression criteria are met. All Navitas Students study on campus with state of the art facilities & guaranteed progression after University Pathway Program to Bachelor’s degrees. Student accepted with IELTS/Toefl if done O-level with English with Grade up to "C"
International students will receive 25 hours of tuition - significantly more than on a standard undergraduate degree program, giving a greater chance of passing the first year. Students enjoy smaller class sizes than on a standard undergraduate degree program - giving them the extra support they need.
Navitas’s University Pathway Program is an intensive learning experience, which is designed to help develop language, study and research skills.
Students will be assessed regularly throughout the course. This will ensure that they are on track to achieve the standard required for progression onto their chosen degree.
Progress is monitored through continuous coursework and specific assessments and examinations at the end of each term or module. Students will also be required to complete a series of presentations and extended essays as part of their overall assessment.
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