You can apply to us now via UCAS. If you need any advice, please contact us: we can help you with any of your questions. Also, see our entry requirements as well as our general entry criteria.
International (non-EU) students who do not wish to use the UCAS system can apply directly to us using our online application form. This is not available to UK and EU students. Make sure to check our application deadlines.
If you are a UK student and wish to study an undergraduate degree part-time you can apply via our Direct Application form.
All postgraduate taught a and pre-masters certificate applications can be made via our online application form. Make sure to check our application deadlines.
Please note that most international applicants have to pay a deposit before securing their place. Please see our Finance pages for more details.
If you wish to apply for one of our Erasmus Mundus courses, please visit the course pages for application information.
View our entry requirements for postgraduate programmes, as well as our general entry criteria.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
If you are considering a postgraduate teacher training course you will need to apply through the UCAS Teacher Training system.
Through our School of Education, we are one of the largest providers of Initial Teacher Training courses in the South East, with staff and trainees working with partners in over 1000 schools, colleges and education settings.
This vibrant community of practitioners and researchers means we can offer a rounded, supportive and positive learning environment. As a result the trainee experience is exceptional - as are the career prospects for our graduates, with over 90 per cent gaining employment.
Please visit the Graduate School for full details on applying for research programmes.
We have a broad range of opportunities postgraduate research, with excellent facilities to support our research students. Our Graduate School provides training and development opportunities for students, based on their individual needs, prior experience and career aims.
All researchers, including research students, are members of Research Centres.
To learn more about our four fully online master’s programmes complete the Information Request Form and you will be contacted by a specialist advisor who will be happy to tell you more about our online programmes, and how we teach online.
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