Course Progression!

Courses at Edify Global are provided and examined by leading boards of education, and those education boards work with universities to provide students with a unique opportunity to study in countries such as the UK if they complete a course through us.

The ‘progression system’ simply means that after completing a course, you can progress to a higher level in that field, may it be through a higher tier qualification provided by us, or through a university in order to complete a degree. Different courses at different levels provide different opportunities, and every single one of our courses opens the possibility for you to take your skills to the next level in the field you are working in. Each course provides a different amount of credits that are necessary to get into a university.

At Edify Global, we assist our students in looking to progress by opening the doors to UK universities and providing new traveling opportunities to them. Once you complete your course, all you need to do is contact us if you wish to progress and make a major change in your life. Following is a table explaining what opportunities come with the competition of each level (please note: this is only a general summary, and different factors may affect individuals differently).

Additionally, here are several example routes if you enrol and complete our courses:

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Universities you can progress to

Here is a list of universities that you can progress to using our courses:

Anglia Ruskin University

Arden University

BPP University

Bangor University

Bath Spa University

University of Derby

University of Law

University of Portsmouth

Birmingham City University

Buckinghamshire New University

Cardiff Metropolitan University

De Montfort University

Glasgow Caledonian University

University of East London

University of Lincoln

University of West of Scotland

Leeds Beckett University

Liverpool John Moores University

London South Bank University

Northumbria University

Staffordshire University

University of Gloucestershire

University of Wolverhampton

Wrexham Glyndwr University

The Open University

University of Bedfordshire

University of Bolton

University of Chichester

University of Cumbria

University of Huddersfield

University of Northampton

University of New England – Australia