Admissions information for international students can be found here, including application deadlines and how to apply.
Before applying, please check to see whether you are considered a 'Home/EU' or 'Overseas' applicant. For many applicants it will be clear what their fee status is but for others it may be less clear. It is important you check this as the application process is slightly different depending on your status. The most important difference is the closing date for applications.
Applications for degree programmes starting in September can be made from the October of the preceding year. As stated above the closing date will depend on whether you are a Home/EU student or an international applicant. The definition is based on your fee status.
All applicants, whether from the UK, EU or an international country, must apply via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) to any of our full-time undergraduate degree programmes.
Full information about the application process for undergraduate study at the University can be found on the central University undergraduate admissions pages:
International candidates applying through UCAS are invited to send materials supplementary to the UCAS application form directly the the College Admissions Office.
This information includes the high school transcript, two further academic references and official verification of standardised test scores. This information is necessary to provide more detail about your application and it is your responsibility to provide it to the institutions you apply to.
This article was published on Sep 14, 2012