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Entry Requirements

Students who don’t meet the below entry requirements are still encouraged to apply as we consider each application on an individual basis. Consideration will be given to students who can prove they are able to fulfil course requirements and meet the academic standards expected.

Undergraduate Study

  • Diplome de Fin d’Etudes Secondaires with an overall score of 39 or above.   For courses that require a specific subject at A Level, we will require grade of 39.

Postgraduate Study

  • Recognised Bachelor’s degree with suitable grades.

English language entry requirements

Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate that they have an appropriate level of English language to be eligible to study one of our foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate courses. The level of English required depends on the course applied for.

Further Information


EU Student Advice 2021/22

What will new EU student tuition fees be in September 2021?

Following UK’s exit from the EU, students’ tuition fee rate and ability to access UK student loans is determined by their residency status.

EU citizens with settled or pre-settled status that have lived in the UK, EU, EEA for the three years prior to the course start date are eligible for the home fee tuition rate and access to Student Loans Company. 

EU citizens still overseas, without settled or pre-settled status will be classed as ‘International’ for fees purposes.  However, you will be considered for our generous international and merit based scholarships upon making an application.        

Will students from EU member states need a visa to study in the UK?

Yes, EU and EEA nationals and eligible family members without settled or pre-settled status will require a Student Visa to come to the UK for a programme starting in September 20201 and beyond.

Useful Links

UK Government Guidance
UK Government Guidance (EU Settlement Scheme)
Study-UK Guidance
UKCISA Guidance