Undergraduate Certificate Degree Options
On achieving the University’s agreed progression grades for the Undergraduate Certificate, students can progress directly on to the second year of an undergraduate degree at Heriot-Watt University.
Choosing a degree
During the first term of the Undergraduate Certificate, students are given a great deal of advice about their degree options at Heriot-Watt. Each student has a personal tutor who helps the student to choose the degree programme that they would like to progress on to. The university will then issue a 'conditional offer' meaning that the student will have a place on the second year of their chosen degree providing that they achieve a specific overall grade and English grade in the Undergraduate Certificate as listed below.
The Undergraduate Certificate is designed to help students progress into the second year of the four year undergraduate degree programme at Heriot-Watt University. Students should note that there is no guarantee that they will receive an offer for first year entry if they do not meet the required progression grades.
Undergraduate degrees at the School of Management and Languages are four years long and students will graduate with an MA (Hons) qualification. This is an Undergraduate honours degree and not to be confused with the MA you might see for Postgraduate degrees. Students in Scotland are able to graduate after three years of study wih an Ordinary Degree and in this School this is called a BA. It is not an honours degree, and students who wish to complete their full degree programme should study for the full four years.
The tables below shows the degree options for students to progress on to on completion of the Undergraduate Certificate in: