Applications for full-time undergraduate courses should be made through UCAS. Full guidance on all aspects of applying to study with us are available on our applying pages.
There is a different process for part-time study and foundation courses.
Foundation course applications
How to apply for a postgraduate course depends on whether you would like to study a taught or research course.
You can apply for postgraduate taught courses through our online application system. Applications for research courses usually require a detailed research proposal as part of the application process.
Applying for a taught course
Applying for a research course
Applications from international students should also be made following the above processes. Your school, an agent, or your local British Council may be able to help you with the UCAS application process for undergraduate courses.
We accept academic qualifications from schools, colleges and universities around the world.
Qualifications by country
English language requirements
If English isn't your first language and you haven't previously studied in an English-speaking country, you may need to provide evidence of your English language skills as part of your application.
You can meet this requirement by:
The required IELTS score will depend on which course you wish to study. Please see undergraduate course pages and postgraduate course pages for details.