Our application process is explained below, but before you start your application, keep in mind that you can always contact one of our course advisors if you need someone to guide you through. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, send us a WhatsApp message via +44 (0)7585 027409 or call on +44 (0)1223 447713.
Check you meet the entry requirements for your chosen course. You can find these on the course pages:
Your personal statement is your opportunity to show your enthusiasm, potential and suitability for your chosen course.
Your personal statement should usually consist of a self-introduction, your qualifications and experience, reasons why you choose to study this course online and how this qualification will help you to achieve your goals.
We recommend you send your statement to one of our experienced course advisors to review and provide you with feedback before you submit it to the applicant portal. Learn more about how to write your personal statement in our helpful guide.
You'll need some additional documents to support your application. These include a scanned copy of proof of identification (such as a passport), and scanned copies of transcripts and previous qualifications.
Some courses require a digital portfolio or sample writing to reflect your previous practice. This may include project work and your current work-in-progress. This will help the admissions team assess your suitability.
The online Masters courses that require a portfolio are:
Choose two references who can verify your capabilities - one academic and one professional.
Find your course on the apply now page, fill out the online form and submit your application.
If you have any questions about the application process, please contact our friendly and knowledgeable course advisor team.
This short video will guide you through the steps you need to take when applying for a Falmouth Flexible online course.
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