Browse our range of Postgraduate Taught Courses using our A-Z Search
- Choose the course you want to apply for by searching out postgraduate taught A-Z
- Check the entry requirements for the course on the course page or in the prospectus
- Apply Online
- Submit your application along with all the supporting documentation. Please see our 'document checklist' below. Your application may be delayed if you do not supply all the required documents.
- Once you've submitted your application, you'll receive an email which contains your student number. This must be kept in a safe place and used in all future correspondence with us
- Your application will be considered by the relevant selection team. If we need any further information, you will be contacted
- We'll try to make a decision on your application as quickly as possible. In most cases this will be within 9 working days
- You will receive an email when a decision has been made on your application
Some Faculties have fixed closing dates for their taught courses, please see individual course pages for details. Applicants for other courses are encouraged to apply by 31 July for entry in September to ensure that vacancies are still available.
N.B: Several courses have a different application process:
- Diploma in Legal Practice (LPC)/LLM Legal Practice and Advanced Drafting and Graduate Diploma in Law (CPE). FULL-TIME applications must be submitted via the Central Admissions Board (CAB)
- MSc Social Work and MBBCH Medicine (Graduate Entry) Applications must be submitted via UCAS
- MA Journalism, Media and Globalization (Erasmus Mundus) Applications must be submitted to our partner institution, Aarhus University in Denmark
- This varies from course to course, and you can find all entry requirements on our individual course pages: A-Z list of Postgraduate Taught programmes.
- EU and international candidates should view our country-specific guidance
Your application may be delayed if you do not provide the following documents (where appropriate):
- Degree certificate and academic transcripts. If your qualifications are in a language other than English, please supply official translations, in addition to the copies of the documents in your original language
- Evidence of English language proficiency, for example IELTS
- References to support your application, either academic or professional. A reference template is available: Postgraduate Reference Form
- a copy of your sponsor letter/scholarship award (if appropriate/available)
- copies of any other documentation to support your application such as: CV, Personal Statement or Portfolio