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  1. Submit an enquiry

    We understand that you may have some questions about studying with us. Our helpful admissions team can advise you on a number of topics including the visa process and course-specific enquiries. We also have a dedicated team of country-specific International Officers who can answer any questions you may have. Submit an enquiry and we’ll be in touch!

  2. Submit an application

    We’ve made it easier than ever to make an application using our online system - once you’ve signed up, you’re ready to go! After submitting your contact details and choosing your course, you’ll be asked to upload a personal statement and academic certificates/transcripts.

  3. Receive an offer

    Our admissions team will aim to process your application as soon as possible. If your application is successful, you’ll be issued with a conditional or unconditional offer. If conditional, you will need to satisfy any remaining conditions before receiving your Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS). The CAS allows you to apply for your Student Visa.

  4. Satisfy the conditions of your offer

    As mentioned, you may need to satisfy a number of conditions in order to receive your CAS. These can include; paying a deposit, meeting English language requirements, providing academic references and submitting copies of your passport. See here for a full list of conditions.

  5. Apply for accommodation

    Applications for University accommodation open in April and the deadline for a guaranteed room is in August. You will receive information on how to apply for accommodation by email once you have paid a deposit or made us your firm choice on UCAS. Following the deadline, the University will be in touch regarding your application and you’ll be allocated your room once your place has been confirmed. You can also book private or partner accommodation if you prefer.

  6. Apply for a Student Visa

    Once you have obtained your CAS, you’ll be able to apply for your Student Visa which allows you to study in the UK. We recommend students do this as soon as possible, up to six months before the course start date. You must ensure you have the correct documents and are fully prepared for the visa application process before you start. See here for a full breakdown of requirements.

  7. Arrive in Chester, England

    The final step of your journey! We’ve put together a list of things you’ll probably need to do before and when you arrive. Manchester airport is the closest international airport to Chester.  Don’t forget to arrange airport transportation in advance to take you to your accommodation.