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Admissions to History of Art
Buckingham students are committed to achieving success. We are as interested in your potential as in your academic record. You can apply whatever subjects you may already have studied. Typically you will have 2 or 3 good passes at Advanced Level (or equivalent): offers of a place are normally pitched at BBB in A-level (or equivalent). We pay particular attention to what you tell us about yourself and your interests.
Applications from mature students are welcomed, and we can be particularly flexible in cases where work experience or a career has motivated an applicant to enter or return to higher education.
If English is not your first language, see our undergraduate language requirements. If you have not yet attained this level, you can apply through the English Department’s very successful Foundation programme.
You may apply either through the national UCAS university admissions system, or at any time directly to the University using our own on-line Buckingham Application Form, whether for September or January entry.
We welcome enquiries from potential applicants, so please contact the University’s Admissions Office if you want to know more about our programmes or have an admissions enquiry. Our chief concern is that you should find the degree which will help you achieve your potential.
Applications and enquiries
More information at www.buckingham.ac.uk/admissions
Admissions Tutor: Adriano Aymonino
Admissions Assistant: Nancy Zulu
tel: +44 (0) 1280 820156
If you already have a Foundation Degree or Undergraduate Diploma (240 credits, with at least 120 at Second Year Level 5) and wish to continue your studies to complete a BA Honours in History of Art (requiring 120 credits at Final Year Level 6), you may apply to Buckingham to study full-time or part-time. More information.
Students who have successfully completed an Undergraduate Certificate (120 credits at First Year Level 4) can also be considered for transfer to the Buckingham BA Honours Programme.