It is too late to apply for courses starting in autumn 2020: the closing date was 27 November 2019.
You cannot register or submit an application at this time of year.
The details currently on our website are for the autumn 2020 intake, and will be updated in September 2020 for the autumn 2021 intake, but you can see what's usually involved and start preparing if you wish. Some details may change for the next application cycle.
The sample forms provided below are for information only: they cannot be used to apply.
The application is online, but please do not complete it on your phone. The application is both thorough and lengthy, and the screens you need to complete are designed for use on a desktop or laptop. Our Guide for Applicants takes you through each section of the application as you fill it in:
If you have any issues using our website, eg in relation to a disability, please contact us to discuss how you can make an application eg for our support in using the website, for an application in another format etc (see the Contact Us page for our details).
If you have started or submitted an application before please Login using the email address and password you used last time. This gives you access to your previous application(s), and also gives your referees access to any previous references they provided for you.
If you cannot remember your password there is a "Forgotten your password" option on the Login screen.
If you are applying for the first time you need to Register. The email address you give at this stage will be used as your login throughout the application process. We will send you a registration email with a link to start your application. Your email software may treat our emails as junk or spam, so if you do not receive the email please check your Junk Email folder and/or Spam Email folder.
A sample blank copy of the application form is provided above so you can, if you wish, check what questions are asked before deciding whether to register.
Applications and references are submitted online. The guides below take you through both processes, step by step.