It is important that you have the correct documentation ready before starting your application. Reading our application guidance will help make things run more smoothly.
The following link has all the information you need to make an application for a postgraduate degree.
The application process for a PhD can be a bit different, as you need to secure a project and supervisor before starting your application.
We need evidence that you meet our eligibility criteria, from evidence of English Language proficiency to your degree transcript and references.
All students studying for certain science and technology programmes in the UK must now apply for ATAS (Academic Technology Approval Scheme) clearance before starting their studies.
We encourage enquiries and applications from disabled applicants and students, including those with specific learning impairments. The University's aim is to create an environment which enables disabled students to participate fully in the mainstream of university life. The Student Disability Service gives a general guide to facilities for disabled students and information on access to specific support can be provided on request.
In exceptional circumstances students may be able to defer their admissions offer to the following academic session. Please contact the College Postgraduate Office to see if this is possible.
You may be required submit further documentation. For example references need to be dated within one year of the start of your studies, these may need to be renewed if a deferral means they are out of date, and English Language Certificates must be dated within two years of the start of your studies, these may need to be renewed if a deferral means they are out of date.
Students at this University must not, except in exceptional cases and with the permission of the College, undertake any concurrent credit bearing studies in this (or in any other) institution other than the one for which they are registered in this University.
Our English Language Teaching Centre provides English language support for non-native speakers.
At the start of your programme you may be required to take a short test, called "TEAM". This is not a pass or fail test, but is an important means by which we can assess whether you may benefit from free English language courses the University offers. You can find further information on TEAM testing at the link below.
Once you're a student here there are other ways of improving your English, from self-study to the Tandem Language Cafe.