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International Foundation & Pathway Program

Today's world requires graduates who are both academically and cross-culturally prepared in order to succeed in a diverse and multicultural world. TAU offers excellent academic and co-curricular opportunities to help prepare students for the new challenges of being a global citizen. Our program is a path for a degree at a high ranked University in USA,UK,Australia and other countries.

Texila American University offers Global pathway program for the students who aim to do their graduation in a top ranked universities. This is a first step toward reaching the goal of achieving a Bachelor's or Master's degree at a high ranked Universities.

While completing this program successfully the students will have all the abilities and skills, to get into the chosen graduate degree of a top ranked university.

Programs Offered

  • Global Pathway Program (GPP) – 1 Year
  • Science Foundation – 1 Year

Global Pathway Program

Non Science students, those who are interested to pursue their Career in Business, Humanities & liberal Arts need to tap this stream of courses. These courses offer guaranteed entry to a specific degree that the student wish to pursue, provided that the student achieve the grades required. These courses are intended for students who are studying in the education systems of countries that are not recognized for direct entry to a degree/university/Country of their choice.

Curriculum

Sl.No Subjects Credit Hours
1 Academic English I: Listening & Speaking Skills 3
2 Academic English I: Reading and Writing Skills 3
3 Computing I: Introduction to Computing For Academic Study 3
4 Economics 3
5 Mathematics I 3
Total Credits
15

Total hours in Term - I: 225 hours of classroom study

TERM II: Compulsory Modules

Sl.No Subjects Credit Hours
1 Academic English I: Listening & Speaking Skills 3
2 Academic English I: Reading and Writing Skills 3
3 Mathematics II 3
4 Business Studies 3
5 Society & Politics 3
 
Total Credits
15

Total hours in Term- II: 225 hours of classroom study

TERM III:

Sl.No Subjects Credit Hours
1 International Relations 3
2 Psychology 2
3 IELTS (or) TOEFL 3
Total Credits
8

Total hours in Term- III: 120 hours of classroom study

Science Foundation

Students aspiring to pursue Science as their undergraduate degree, then they should enroll into the Science Foundation program. This course is designed to facilitate success in the required science courses for taking allied health majors. These science foundations develop basic skills and knowledge in one or more of the following areas, biology, chemistry, mathematics, and study skills. Thus, this course addresses these issues and positions the student to get in to the undergraduate degree in the Science and related courses. Student will learn a mixture of modules that perfectly fit into their ultimate degree destination.

Streams:

  • Life Sciences
  • Engineering
  • Information Technology & Computers

Curriculum

TERM I: Compulsory modules

Sl.No Subjects Theory Credit LAB Credit Term - I Total Credit
1 Academic English I: Listening & Speaking Skills 3 NA 3
2 Academic English I: Reading and Writing Skills 3 NA 3
3 Biology - I or Information Technology 3 1 4
4 General Chemistry 3 1 4
5 Mathematics I 3 NA 3
  Total Credits 15 2 17

Total hours in Term - I: 225 hours of classroom study, 50 hours of Lab session

TERM II : Student opting for Biology

Sl.No Subjects Theory Credit LAB Credit Term - I Total Credit
1 Academic English II: Listening & Speaking Skills 3 NA 3
2 Academic English II: Reading and Writing Skills 3 NA 3
3 Physics 3 1 4
4 Organic Chemistry 3 1 4
5 Biology II 3 1 4
  Total Credits 15 3 18

Total hours in Term - II: 225 hours of classroom study & 75 hours of Lab session

(OR)

TERM II: Student opting for Mathematics

Sl.No Subjects Theory Credit LAB Credit Term - I Total Credit
1 Academic English II: Listening & Speaking Skills 3 NA 3
2 Academic English II: Reading and Writing Skills 3 NA 3
3 Physics 3 1 4
4 Organic Chemistry 3 1 4
5 Mathematics II or Biology II 3 NA 3
  Total Credits 15 2 17

Total hours in Term - II: 225 hours of classroom study & 50 hours of Lab session

TERM III :

Sl.No Subjects Theory Credit LAB Credit Term - I Total Credit
1 Psychology 2 NA 2
2 IELTS (or) TOEFL 3 NA 3
  Total Credits 5   5

Total hours in Term- III: 25 hours of classroom study only.

Salient Features

  • Improve English language skills
  • Get advice on Study options abroad
  • Get advice on transfer universities
  • Saves time & money
  • Specialize in a subject that interests the students
  • Wide range of academics for international students
  • Receive internationally recognized credentials

Teaching and Accessibility

The curriculum of TAU pathways program includes academic courses of intensive English training and supports the students to receive a cultural assimilation and other activities that happened outside of the classroom. This makes the student easy to adapt to any academic system. The main aim of the Global Pathway program is to prepare the students to a successful career at a high ranked university.

The university trains the students in the specialized areas of academic, English language, and academic skills for the whole program. Classes will be conducted by eminent faculties who will not only guide academically but also culturally.

Programs will be delivered by TAU center all around the globe. Student can complete the program in their respective center affiliated with TAU.

Entry Requirements

  • Must have completed twelve years of schooling
  • Students should complete the Global Pathway Entry Level Examination before joining the Pathway program.
  • The student can be exempted from the Entry Level Exam if they have a TOEFL score of 500

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