Each application is considered on its own merit. Usually, applicants will have evidence of up to year 12. Mature students can apply with evidence of work experience.
You may be invited for an informal interview.
The standard entry requirements are DD at A-level, IB 20 or other equivalent alternative qualifications.
If your first language is not English, you will also need a UKVI IELTS certificate with a score of 6.0 with at least 5.5 in each component. You might be invited for an informal interview.
If your English level falls below this, we will be able to offer you a pre-sessional English course.
Age is no barrier to learning and we welcome all applications from suitably qualified students. Relevant work experience is considered instead of traditional qualifications. Each application is considered on its own merit. Prospective mature students are welcome to discuss their suitability with the Admissions Tutor either before making an application, or in an informal interview.
We are happy to consider all international applications and if you are an international student, you may find it useful to visit our international pages for details of entry requirements from your home country.
The University is a UKVI Student Sponsor.
Each application is considered on its own merit. You may be invited for an informal interview. If you are an international student the informal interview will be held on Microsoft Teams.
Our Admissions Team will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Call us on +44 (0)1280 820227 or get in touch via our contact form.
Terms and conditions for prospective students
When you are offered a place at the University you will be notified of the terms and conditions between the University and students on our courses of study. When you accept an offer of a place on the course at the University a legal contract is formed between you and the University on the basis of the terms and conditions outlined in your offer letter. Your offer letter and the terms and conditions contain important information which you should read carefully before accepting an offer. Read the admissions terms and conditions > >