Last Updated on July 29, 2023
Most universities will have an entry requirement for a PhD studentship, but this varies from course to course. Entry requirements will vary from course to course and from university to university. Research departments and universities sometimes specify a minimum grade for the honours degree you are holding, sometimes they expect a high 3:2 or sometimes, no prerequisite at all.
HOW TO APPLY
YOUR FUTURE STARTS HERE
We believe that how far you go in life is up to you. So whether you want to take the next big leap in your career, hone your skills in a specialist area, or start on a new path altogether, studying for a postgraduate qualification with us can help you achieve your goals.
For the majority of our courses, you’ll need to complete our online application form. If you have your supporting information ready, the form should take 20 minutes to complete. If you don’t have these documents to hand you can save your application and come back to it later.
The application process is slightly different for a number of our courses. Where this is the case, we’ve outlined the steps you need to follow.Apply now
ALTERNATIVE APPLICATION PROCESSES
You will need to follow a different application process for social work and post-qualifying health and social care courses (single modules). Please select your course from the list below for more information.
If you need help with your application, please contact us on 0161 295 4545 or email your enquiry to:
[email protected] for health modules.
HealthSociety-N[email protected] for Non-medical Prescribing.
[email protected] for social work modules.
Please note that your completed application form must be sent to [email protected]. We cannot accept postal applications at this time, we can only process those received at this email address. Choose your course
Postgraduate courses start at different points throughout the year. For more information, please see individual course pages. You should submit your application at least one month before your course starts.
International students can find a list of application deadlines on our international applications page.
Entry requirements differ according to the course you are interested in. For more information, search our courses. If you are looking to change your career or build on the skills you already have, we offer nearly 50 different Master’s programmes that are open to students who have a good honours degree in any subject. A full list of available courses.
If you are an international student, you should check your country page for a list of the equivalent qualifications we accept from around the world.
You will need to provide a number of supporting documents with your application. These documents vary from course to course, but usually include:
- A reference.
- Transcripts or certificates demonstrating that you meet, or are likely to meet, the entry requirements for your course.
- If English is not your first language, evidence that your command of English meets the standards required for postgraduate study (you’ll usually need an IELTS score of 6.5 or the equivalent).
- If you live outside the EU, we’ll need to see a copy of your passport and student visa.
- If you are applying for Applied Social Work Practice (MSc, PgDip or PgCert), you will also need to complete the agency sponsorship form and email it to [email protected].
- For MA courses in media production, you will need to submit a project proposal and a brief written synopsis that outlines your idea. See individual course pages for more information.
The earlier you supply these documents, the sooner we can process your application. If you have not yet finished a course that relates to your application, please send us copies of your transcripts and certificates (once you have taken your exams) so we can update your admissions record.
AFTER YOU APPLY
We will contact you once your application has been received and a decision has been made. This is usually within a few weeks of receiving your application.
ACCEPTING YOUR OFFER
If you receive an offer to study with us it will either be conditional or unconditional. An unconditional offer means you have already satisfied the requirements for entry and we accept you as a student. A conditional offer means there are some outstanding terms you need to meet before we can accept you as a student. The conditions of your offer will be detailed in your offer letter. If you are waiting for exam results and need to supply copies of academic certificates, please contact us, stating your full name and date of birth, on [email protected]. To accept your place, please return the reply slip included in your offer letter.
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KEY DATES AND DEADLINES
|26 January 2022||UCAS application deadline.|
|May 2022||After applying, you should start thinking about student finance. You can see what finance is available to you using this online calculator. You can apply for student finance even if you’ve not accepted any of your offers yet.We would encourage you to apply for student finance as soon as possible to ensure your finances are in place for the new academic year.|
|19 May 2022||Universities must make decisions on your applications by this date.|
|09 June 2022||If you have received decisions from all of the universities you have applied to by 19 May, you must choose your firm and insurance choices by 09 June.|
|18 August 2022||A-level results announced|
|25 August 2022||GCSE results announced|