How to Apply
We accept applications year-round for our undergraduate and postgraduate courses. We have two major intakes per year, in January and September. We also offer flexible intake points for some of our postgraduate courses. Unlike many UK universities, you can always apply directly to us via our course pages.
Whether you are embarking on your first degree as an A-level student, wanting to study as a mature student, or looking at pursuing further study, the information below will explain how and when you should apply. Email our friendly recruitment team any time on firstname.lastname@example.org if you any questions. All students must have reached the age of 17 by the date of their first registration.
In the meantime, we invite you to explore our Virtual Open Day to discover our campus, accommodation options and two-year degrees, and to learn more about why students from all around the world choose Buckingham.
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If you want to start your undergraduate degree in September, you can apply via UCAS to study at The University of Buckingham by making us one of your five choices. Our UCAS code is B90. UCAS applications open in September the year prior, with late applications allowed until 4 July.
Or you can apply direct for any undergraduate or postgraduate course via the course pages on our website. We accept direct applications up until shortly before courses start. Various intakes are offered throughout the year for postgraduate courses – see the individual course pages. Note: deadlines vary for Medicine and Education programmes.
We accept a wide range of qualifications, from A level and IB to prior work experience – See the course pages for entry requirements.
Entry requirements for mature students
If you’re a mature student (aged 21 or over), there are a number of routes you can take into higher education. Age is no barrier to learning and we welcome all applications from suitably qualified students. See the course pages for specific entry requirements.
If you find yourself on a course, or at a university, that isn’t right for you, you can always transfer. Our accelerated degrees mean you can start in January or September and get out into the workforce faster. Transferring university information.
Bursaries & scholarships available
We offer a range of generous scholarships and bursaries, to help you fund your studies, regardless of your circumstances, including our £4,000 High Achiever Scholarship and international country-based scholarships from £2,000. .
Help and support
If you need any help making your application or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch using the form below, or by phone +44 (0)1280 820227 between 09:00 and 17:00 Monday to Friday. If you apply to us directly, you will receive an email notification from us. You will need to return your completed Acceptance Statement by the deadline stated on your offer letter.
Please select from the drop-down below the status of your application, including if you have not yet submitted an application.