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“I never teach my students, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn”

Albert Einstein

Forward College is an official recognised teaching center of the University of London, which incorporates institutions such as King's College, LSE, UCL and other London-based Universities. This means that all our academic bachelor programmes are:

  • Designed by one of the member institutions of the University of London.
  • Taught on our campuses in Lisbon, Paris and Amsterdam by our world-class faculty.
  • Graded and awarded by the University of London who organises the exams locally.

Our bespoke teaching is boosted by an active learning pedagogy in order to develop not only performance but also learning agility, which is becoming the #1 skill in the eye of recruiters.

5 bachelor's highly relevant
for the future of work:

BSc in Data Science and Business Analytics

Academic Direction: London School of Economics

Description

This degree has been designed by a world leading institution in the field of economics and political science as business decisions are more and more driven by data. Data science has become a core skill and meets a rapidly growing demand. It prepares you for postgraduate opportunities and rewarding careers in data science, analytics and other growing fields.

  • Conduct data analysis and draw actional conclusions from computer output.
  • Use complex mathematical and statistical models to tackle real-world problems.
  • Navigate the intersection of business, management and data."

See the detailed curriculum here

BSc in Economics

Academic Direction: London School of Economics

Description

Economics is an excellent first step towards top masters in economics or business and a great preparation for a more and more data driven workplace. Developed by a world-leading institution in the field of economics and political science, this degree will give you a thorough grounding in the principles of economics and the functioning of an economy. You will:

  • Be able to pursue a career as an economist in academia, industry, finance or government.
  • Study questions ranging from how much of its income a household chooses to save and what goods it chooses to buy, to how all the households and businesses in the country interact to determine national output.
  • Learn an approach to a logical analysis of social and individual decision making.

See the detailed curriculum here

BSc in Economics and Politics

Academic Direction: London School of Economics

Description

This interdisciplinary programme is an exciting intellectual journey that will offer you the widest range of opportunities whether you wish to work in business or government. Designed by a world-leading institution in the field of economics and political science, this degree will give you an understanding of economics and politics in the wider context of the social sciences. Learn how to demonstrate your knowledge and skills in applying economic reasoning to the analysis of a wide range of policy issues, and gain a detailed and critical understanding of the main theoretical debates in the field of economics and politics. You will:

  • Study a rigorous and challenging programme in the fields of economics and politics.
  • Gain an understanding of economics and politics in the wider context of the social sciences.
  • Apply economic reasoning to the analysis of a wide range of policy issues.
  • Gain a critical understanding of the main theoretical debates in the field of economics and politics.

See the detailed curriculum here

BSc in Politics and International Relations

Academic Direction: London School of Economics

Description

If you want to prepare for a career in government or international roles in a corporate organisation or NGO, this interdisciplinary degree is a perfect match. Developed by a world-leading institution in the field of economics and political science, this degree will help you understand key issues facing the international community, such as the causes of war and globalisation. You will gain knowledge and understanding of how political power is distributed and organised within the state and between states. You will:

  • Combine a study of politics and international relations, or go on to postgraduate study in this area.
  • Understand how political power is distributed and organised within and between states.
  • Consider some of the key issues facing the international community such as the causes of war and globalisation.

See the detailed curriculum here

BSc in Psychology

Academic Direction: King's College

Description

Psychology is the driving science behind most digital applications and generates a growing interest from recruiters. Designed by King’s College, this degree will provide you with a contemporary approach to the study of the human mind. You will gain a thorough understanding of human behaviour and learn to apply psychological science to a variety of contemporary and social challenges. There is an emphasis on quantitative and qualitative research methods and statistical analysis with content enriched by the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. With academic direction from King's College, you will:

  • Demonstrate a sound understanding of all the main areas of psychology;
  • Demonstrate the ability to exercise critical judgement in the evaluation of research in the field;
  • Apply a critical understanding of essential concepts, principles and research in psychology,
    and critically evaluate the results, in the context of loosely defined scenarios, using structured
    arguments based in empirical evidence;
  • Demonstrate the ability to produce a substantial piece of original or empirical research work
    including, for example, study design, data collection, analysis and reporting.

See the detailed curriculum here

Excellence is about
teaching

Drawing inspiration from the "Oxbridge" tutorial system, Forward College tuition programme includes:

  • 100% small group teaching
  • Weekly one-on-one tutoring for individualised feedback and guidance
  • Frequent evaluations to track your progress throughout the year and ensure your success at the final exams.

All faculty members allocate 15% of their time to training and researching innovative teaching methods. You will get to know them personally. They will care for you and make sure you succeed.

Excellence is about
learning

Forward College is committed to fostering responsive learning skills beyond strictly academic knowledge and expertise. For this purpose, you will:

  • Participate in our foundational seminars on how to test and adopt the most relevant learning methods for you
  • Discuss your learning methods with your tutor during one on one sessions
  • Engage progressively in a flipped-classroom approach where you will go through the learning material beforehand. Coming to class to genuinely contribute, enrich your point of view through active participation and learn from your classmates. Our world-class faculty will facilitate the conversation.

Our Flipped-Classroom Approach

Forward College is an official recognised teaching center of the University of London, which incorporates institutions such as King's College, LSE, UCL and other London-based Universities. This means that all our academic bachelor programmes are:

Our bespoke teaching is boosted by an active learning pedagogy in order to develop not only performance but also learning agility, which is becoming the #1 skill in the eye of recruiters.

5 bachelor's highly relevant
for the future of work:

BSc in Data Science and Business Analytics

Academic Direction: London School of Economics

Description

This degree has been designed by a world leading institution in the field of economics and political science as business decisions are more and more driven by data. Data science has become a core skill and meets a rapidly growing demand. It prepares you for postgraduate opportunities and rewarding careers in data science, analytics and other growing fields.

  • Conduct data analysis and draw actional conclusions from computer output.
  • Use complex mathematical and statistical models to tackle real-world problems.
  • Navigate the intersection of business, management and data."

See the detailed curriculum here

BSc in Economics

Academic Direction: London School of Economics

Description

Economics is an excellent first step towards top masters in economics or business and a great preparation for a more and more data driven workplace. Developed by a world-leading institution in the field of economics and political science, this degree will give you a thorough grounding in the principles of economics and the functioning of an economy. You will:

  • Be able to pursue a career as an economist in academia, industry, finance or government.
  • Study questions ranging from how much of its income a household chooses to save and what goods it chooses to buy, to how all the households and businesses in the country interact to determine national output.
  • Learn an approach to a logical analysis of social and individual decision making.

See the detailed curriculum here

BSc in Economics and Politics

Academic Direction: London School of Economics

Description

This interdisciplinary programme is an exciting intellectual journey that will offer you the widest range of opportunities whether you wish to work in business or government. Designed by a world-leading institution in the field of economics and political science, this degree will give you an understanding of economics and politics in the wider context of the social sciences. Learn how to demonstrate your knowledge and skills in applying economic reasoning to the analysis of a wide range of policy issues, and gain a detailed and critical understanding of the main theoretical debates in the field of economics and politics. You will:

  • Study a rigorous and challenging programme in the fields of economics and politics.
  • Gain an understanding of economics and politics in the wider context of the social sciences.
  • Apply economic reasoning to the analysis of a wide range of policy issues.
  • Gain a critical understanding of the main theoretical debates in the field of economics and politics.

See the detailed curriculum here

BSc in Politics and International Relations

Academic Direction: London School of Economics

Description

If you want to prepare for a career in government or international roles in a corporate organisation or NGO, this interdisciplinary degree is a perfect match. Developed by a world-leading institution in the field of economics and political science, this degree will help you understand key issues facing the international community, such as the causes of war and globalisation. You will gain knowledge and understanding of how political power is distributed and organised within the state and between states. You will:

  • Combine a study of politics and international relations, or go on to postgraduate study in this area.
  • Understand how political power is distributed and organised within and between states.
  • Consider some of the key issues facing the international community such as the causes of war and globalisation.

See the detailed curriculum here

BSc in Psychology

Academic Direction: King's College

Description

Psychology is the driving science behind most digital applications and generates a growing interest from recruiters. Designed by King’s College, this degree will provide you with a contemporary approach to the study of the human mind. You will gain a thorough understanding of human behaviour and learn to apply psychological science to a variety of contemporary and social challenges. There is an emphasis on quantitative and qualitative research methods and statistical analysis with content enriched by the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. With academic direction from King's College, you will:

  • Demonstrate a sound understanding of all the main areas of psychology;
  • Demonstrate the ability to exercise critical judgement in the evaluation of research in the field;
  • Apply a critical understanding of essential concepts, principles and research in psychology,
    and critically evaluate the results, in the context of loosely defined scenarios, using structured
    arguments based in empirical evidence;
  • Demonstrate the ability to produce a substantial piece of original or empirical research work
    including, for example, study design, data collection, analysis and reporting.

See the detailed curriculum here

Excellence is about
teaching

Drawing inspiration from the "Oxbridge" tutorial system, Forward College tuition programme includes:

  • 100% small group teaching
  • Weekly one-on-one tutoring for individualised feedback and guidance
  • Frequent evaluations to track your progress throughout the year and ensure your success at the final exams.

All faculty members allocate 15% of their time to training and researching innovative teaching methods. You will get to know them personally. They will care for you and make sure you succeed.

Excellence is about
learning

Forward College is committed to fostering responsive learning skills beyond strictly academic knowledge and expertise. For this purpose, you will:

  • Participate in our foundational seminars on how to test and adopt the most relevant learning methods for you
  • Discuss your learning methods with your tutor during one on one sessions
  • Engage progressively in a flipped-classroom approach where you will go through the learning material beforehand. Coming to class to genuinely contribute, enrich your point of view through active participation and learn from your classmates. Our world-class faculty will facilitate the conversation.

Our Flipped-Classroom Approach

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