The number of British university students who undertake degrees with foundation years has almost tripled in the past five years, from 10,430 in 2012/13 to 30,030 in 2017/18 according to The Telegraph.
The University of Leeds offers six courses with a foundation year. Normally these courses ask for AAA grades but accept students who achieve CDD if they take the extra year.
However, these courses are not without controversy as they cost the full £9,250 in tuition fees as full university courses.
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