Information for UK/EU Candidates
Short-course admissions requirements
The short courses offered are modules taught within existing Master's programmes. They are offered to help working professionals continue their professional development - therefore it is more important that a short course candidate has relevant work experience rather than an academic background.
Along with the application form, you are required to provide the following:
- Full payment of the course, or company details if you require an invoice to be raised
- A good copy of the personal details page from your passport (the page with your photograph)
- A passport-sized photograph
- EU candidates whose first language is not English may be required to show evidence of an English Language Proficiency Test of 6.5 score or equivalent at the time of application (e.g. TOEFL or IELTS).
We are sorry, but on-campus accommodation is not available for short course students - however, if you require a list of local hotels and guesthouses, please contact the short course unit on 020 8417 4736.
Credit-bearing mode of study
Please note that successfully completing a credit-bearing short course will result in you receiving academic credits, not a formal qualification.