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How to Apply

How to apply

In order to apply, you will need to complete the application form and be sure to check that the following items have been uploaded. If the application is incomplete, it will not be considered until we have received all documentation. If you are unable to upload any documents for whatever reason, please complete the application and send additional documentation to

When applying please ensure you upload the following documents:

  1. official confirmation of your most recent high school grades

  2. your personal statement of up to 500 words. Your personal statement should explain why you want to join our programme, why you have selected your primary academic pathway and how you think the programme will benefit you.

  3. evidence of your English language proficiency (if your first language is not English or if English is not the language of instruction at your school).

Please note that all successful applicants will be required to supply a signed Parental Consent form and Code of Conduct by their parent or legal guardian once their application has been accepted.

Before applying:

  • Please ensure you have prepared your Personal Statement. 

  • Please ensure you have a copy of your most recent grades from your school and also any English Language certification if applicable.

  • If you are unsure if you have the correct documents, please email and attach the documents and we will be able to verify if your attachments are accepted for applications.

  • If you are concerned that you do not have these documents readily available but you are keen to put in your application, please complete the application and send an email to explain the absence of supporting documents.

  • Please ensure your application is completed using the English alphabet.

  • Please ensure you have permission from your referee for us to contact them requesting a reference.

When you click on the application form, you will be asked to choose one of the following choices: 

  • Yes - you are over the age of 18
  • No, you are not over the age of 18 but you will be before the start of the programme
  • No - you are under the age of 18

We have two different programmes running during the summer and it is important to us that you are on the right programme for your age and your objectives. 

Our International Summer School is aimed at students who have already turned 18 or are older, and are about to start university, are already studying, or have already studied at university level. 

Our Pre University Summer School is aimed at students who are under the age of 18 and are interested in exploring university level study for the first time. You may find that you are already 18 years old or will turn 18 years old before or during the programme but still wish to join this programme to explore higher education. That is absolutely fine and we would welcome you on the programme, but we do ask that you get in contact with us on first so we can manage your application in a slightly different way.