Completing and submitting your application accurately and on time is crucial.
Applications for postgraduate study are made online.
You can apply online from each degree - look for the “Apply” button under “Apply for this Degree”. Each programme will list the available awards, study modes and available start dates.
Select your programme and preferred start date to begin your application.
To find the degree you wish to apply for use the Degree finder.
When you apply you will create an online account with us.
You will get a username and a password, which will allow you to track your application through its various stages.
There are some circumstances when you should still apply by post. This includes:
See our postal applications information for full details and guidance on how to apply.
You should submit your application as early as possible in the academic year prior to that in which you wish to study.
You may make your application at any time, however there are advantages to applying early due to high demand for programmes or if scholarship deadlines apply.
You should not wait for examination results or the outcome of scholarship applications before you apply.
Along with your application, you will need to upload copies of your qualifications and other supporting information such as transcripts.
Where your original documents are not in English, you must provide officially-certified translations.
You will also need to provide references in support of your application. See our references information for full details and guidance.
The University reserves the right to request original documentation at any time during the admissions process.
This article was published on Aug 7, 2012