Advice for your application
There are different ways to apply to us depending on your course and level of study. To take the stress out of your application, we've put together some advice for undergraduate and postgraduate taught applications.
If you're looking to study a full time undergraduate course and you're from the UK, you'll need to apply online via UCAS by 15 January for the majority of courses. Part time, postgraduate and international students can apply online direct to us. You will find full information and links on the 'How to apply' tab on each course page.
You will usually be required to write a personal statement as part of your application, or a research proposal if you're looking to study a PhD. Sometimes you will also need to attend an interview. Each course provides more details - find your course.
Don't know where to start? We give you four key areas to cover.
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Who better to give you advice than the people who will be reading your application? Our experts share their tips.
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