Foundation year: This extra year of study is considered to be the ultimate equaliser amongst students. If you don't meet the requirements to apply to a certain course, then take this extra year of study, and in 4 years you will be the proud owner of an undergraduate degree.
Undergraduate degree: Also called "first degree", or "bachelor's degree", is the standard degree in the United Kingdom, usually taught in Universities (although some colleges offer bachelor's degrees).
Postgraduate degree: It's generally the next academic step after completion of an undergraduate course. As a general rule, you need to have completed a bachelor's degree before doing a postgraduate degree (e.g. Master's degree).
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