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Applications are now open to start in May 2024. Apply as soon as possible to secure your place. Find your course and click the link below to apply: 

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If you need help applying, please contact one of our knowledgeable course advisors. They can guide you through the application process and ensure you submit the best application possible for entry into the course. 

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Application tips

This can include your proof of identification, qualifications, and so on. Compiling all your documents from the get-go will help you avoid any last-minute stress – and is especially useful if you need to get an English translation of any of your certificates. 

Your personal statement is your chance to showcase yourself as an applicant to the Admissions team. You’ll want to ensure that you have enough time to consider everything that you want to include, with plenty of time to review it before submission as well. 

Some courses will require you to submit a portfolio or writing sample as well. Use this opportunity to share some work that represents your truly interests and skills, all while being delivered in your individual style. 

Your assigned course advisor is here to support you throughout the application process, so don’t be afraid to turn to them if you ever need advice. They can offer guidance on your personal statement, advise you on applying for bursaries, and much more. 

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