How to Apply
When to Apply
In most locations, there are intakes on all of our programmes in January, April, July and October each year.
How to Apply
We have a number of local established agency partners who operate in certain overseas territories on our behalf. They can provide assistance with your application and in some cases support throughout your studies. Please see the Course Fees and Agency Partners Details pages for details of who our agency partners are, and where they operate.
What Happens Next?
Your application will be assessed by the postgraduate Admissions Panel. We aim to reach a decision on all fully completed applications within a few days of receipt. We will notify you as soon as possible after the panel has advised us of its recommendation.
You should normally have a minimum of a good second class undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline. If you do not possess a good first degree or an equivalent qualification, relevant professional experience will also be taken into account. Exceptionally, applicants with limited academic qualifications but with suitable professional experience can be admitted (sometimes via initial registration for the Postgraduate Certificate). You may be invited to submit an entry assignment in support of your application.
Proficiency in English
Applicants whose first language is not English are required to provide evidence of their proficiency in written and spoken English. Where it can be shown that their academic studies up to or beyond A-level or its equivalent 18+ school qualification have been undertaken in the English language, this proficiency will be assumed. Otherwise, the normal minimum requirement for admission to the course is an overall band score of 6.5 on the British Council IELTS test or 600 on the TOEFL test (computer test score 250) or an acceptable equivalent.
Your fee will depend on your location and course.