# International Pathway Programmes
International Pathway Programmes (opens new window) have been designed for students who do not meet the entry requirements for direct entry to their preferred Coventry University undergraduate or postgraduate course. It aims to help you to achieve the academic and/or English grades you require to study at university.
The course portfolio consists of International Foundation Year (IFY), International Year One (IY1), and Master Qualifying Programme (MQP).
Enrolment opens around 2 - 3 weeks before the teaching starts. As an International Pathway student, you must be enrolled by the first day of teaching:
November – Monday 6 November 2023
January – Monday 8 January 2024
March – Monday 4 March 2024
April - Monday 29 April 2024
June - Monday 24 June 2024
# Teaching Location
If you are not sure which class you should attend, access your timetable or e-mail:
Your teaching materials will be available on Aula, a mobile-first, interactive teaching and learning environment which is at the heart of your learning experience whether you are studying remotely, on-campus, or a blend of both. Use the link to find out more about how to use Aula.
As an international student, you will have temporary access to Aula through the Welcome Portal and once your enrolment is fully completed your access will be permanent.
# Student Portal
You can use our Student Portal (opens new window) to access information about student welfare, registry, support services, and library services.
During your first year you can access all the information you need on the relevant links below:
# International Student Support
We understand that moving to a different country can be a difficult time for students. International Student Support is here to help you with any pastoral or study-related immigration issues.
# English Class Support
You have a dedicated Student Handbook (SHBK) for your English module(s) to help orientate you to the programme and to support your learning as you progress through your course. You will find the SHBK on the Aula page for your English module(s). The SHBK also has guidance for IT platforms such as OneDrive and Microsoft Teams (if required).
# Student Services
· Registry is the administrative hub of the University and we oversee a wide range of aspects of your academic and student life.
· Digital Services is the central support department that provides all of the University's ICT services and facilities.
· For useful tips on Office 365 and Aula, you can view our blog. (opens new window)
· The Talent Team aims to provide you with professional careers and employability support throughout your journey with us.