How to apply
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Students must be over 18 and currently enrolled on an undergraduate programme at another university.
Students will normally be within two years of expected graduation at the point of application (i.e. in the second year of a three-year degree, or the third year of a four-year degree). Students at other stages of their degree are encouraged to contact us to discuss whether the course would be suitable for them.
Students must also be of good academic standing (either demonstrated by a transcript in English, verified by their University, or by a letter of recommendation in English from their University provided during the application process).
For students whose first language is not English, they must have an IELTS score of 6.5 overall with no less than 6.0 in any band, or equivalent. Click here for further information on equivalent language qualifications. Please note that this course is classified as an undergraduate (Bachelor) module (Group B) for the purposes of language compentecy assessment.
An attendance of 70% of timetabled teaching will be required in order to receive credit for the module. This is a standard requirement for accredited undergraduate modules. Situations of extenuating or mitigating circumstance (such as illness during the course) will be handled separately from this policy.