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Most of our part-time and full-time undergraduate courses have standard application instructions

2017 entry

All Home and EU students who want to start a full-time or part-time undergraduate course this September can apply to us today if you have your results. You'll be applying through Clearing which allows you to apply directly to LSBU. Before applying to LSBU you need to have:

  1. all your exam results
  2. already applied with UCAS
  3. know the course you're interested in studying - complete a course search

When you're ready call 0800 923 8888 or apply online through Clearing. Read more on our Clearing information page.

International students (non-EU) who are not applying through UCAS for 2017 entry can complete the LSBU International Online Application Form - visit the International how to apply page.

Health courses

Students applying for full-time undergraduate health courses can only apply online. Students applying for part-time health courses can find specific details on how to apply by searching our Course Finder.

Apprenticeships

Students applying for apprenticeships can use our online application system.

2018 entry

The standard method to apply for our courses is outlined below. Any variations to this will be highlighted in entries in our Course Finder.

Full-time courses

Home and EU students apply via UCAS

All Home and EU students applying for any of our full-time undergraduate degree, Foundation degree, Higher National Diplomas or pre-registration nursing programmes apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

For more information on how to apply to LSBU through UCAS, including official video guides and key dates, please see our UCAS page.

Apply to UCAS using the LSBU institution code L75 and the unique UCAS code given for each course in our Course Finder.

If you submit your UCAS application by the 15 January deadline you will usually know your offers by the end of March. Read more on key application dates and deadlines in the application journey.

International students can apply direct to LSBU

International students (non-EU) can complete the LSBU Online Application Form on the International How to apply page.

If your course is not listed on the LSBU Online Application Form you can submit an application via UCAS.

Part-time courses

If you're applying for any part-time course or apprenticeship, excluding all of our part-time health courses, you can apply online directly to LSBU. Students for health courses can find full specific details of how to apply by searching our Course Finder.

Students applying for apprenticeships can use our online application system.

International (non-EU) part-time students can apply directly to the University via the LSBU Online Application Form on the International How to apply page or through UCAS. If you require a Tier 4 General Student visa to enter or remain in the UK you would not be eligible for part-time study.

Disability and dyslexia support

You should disclose a disability, dyslexia, medical or mental health condition on your application form. You will then receive a questionnaire from our Disability and Dyslexia Support (DDS). They want to know how your disability affects your ability to study and what reasonable adjustments, such as extra time or enlarged text, you need to support your studies.

If you did not disclose a disability at the time of applying and want to do so now, contact Disability and Dyslexia Support on 020 7815 6405.

For applicants with disabilities, additional government funding is available through the Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA).

Receiving an offer

We consider all the information you provide on your application form or produce at interview to decide if we can make you an offer. Read more about what happens when we make you an offer: UK/EU students and international (non-EU) students.

University policies, regulations and procedures

In order to keep you fully informed, it is important that you are aware of the University policies, regulations and procedures that apply to you. The latest versions of these documents can be found on our website. It is your responsibility to read these and make yourself aware of any updates.

 
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