How Do I Apply?
Part-time Undergraduate Study
You can study most undergraduate degrees by part-time attendance (usually during the day-time alongside full-time students). The difference is that you attend for fewer sessions each week and spread your study over a longer time (up to 7 years). If you are interested, please contact the Admissions Office to discuss the possibilities available (firstname.lastname@example.org )
All applications, (excluding PGCE and DClinPsy)
All Postgraduate applications can be made online or on a Postgraduate Application Form.
- Download your Application and guidelines (all in PDF format)
(To download the material you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. A free copy is available to download from the Adobe Web Site)
You should enclose the following documents with your application:
- Certification of your degree and/or other academic qualifications (for those who have already graduated) from the awarding institution in the form of either:
a) certified copy of the certificate/transcript, or
b) an original letter of confirmation of the award signed by an officer of the institution and authenticated with the institution's official stamp
**(Please do not send your original degree certificate by post)
- Research proposal (if applying for MPhil or PhD)
- IELTS or TOEFL score (for those whose first language is not English or Welsh)
The completed Application Form and accompanying documents should be returned by post to
The Postgraduate Admissions Office
When do I Apply?
The University will accept applications for undergraduate and postgraduate part-time courses throughout the year but strongly advise that you send in your form by the end of June. However, if you need to organize funding and accommodation then you should send in your application by the beginning of March.