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Graduate Admissions

 

Academic history

Within this section you are required to enter your academic history including any courses that you are currently studying and will have received a grade/result for by the time the course you are applying for starts.

You are also required to enter any academic awards and distinctions that you have received.

You may upload up to 5 transcripts per Academic History, each of which must be in PDF format and no bigger than 2MB.

The content of this section will form the basis of the academic assessment of your application. With this in mind, it is important that you complete it truthfully.

Applicants with international qualifications should check that their qualification meets the minimum equivalent in the UK. You can review this on the International Qualifications page. 

 

University selection

Start to type the name of the university in which you studied and you will be provided with options that match your text in the form of a drop-down.

It is important that you type the official name of the university in its domestic format; for example, you should type 'Universita Degli Study Bologna' rather than ' University of Bologna'.

If the university in which you studied does not show up beneath the text box, tick the 'University not in list' tickbox before typing the name of the university in manually.

 

University not in list

If the university in which you study/studied does not show up when typed into the text box provided, please indicate so by ticking the 'University not in list' tickbox.

The purpose of this question is to ensure that our university list is kept up to date.

 

Degree / Qualification

To aid the assessment of your application, you are requested to tell us your degree / qualification in its domestic format, rather than translating it into its English equivalent.

For example, you should put 'Diplôme', 'Laurea', 'Gakushi' or 'Título de Grado' rather than 'Bachelor's Degree'.

 

Completed?

The purpose of this question is to understand whether you have completed this degree and have received confirmation of your final grade.

If you have not completed your qualification, you will be asked to tell us what grade you are expecting to achieve.

This is needed to aid the assessment of your application and to help set your conditional/unconditional offer letter.

 

Date to be awarded

If you are yet to be provided with confirmation of your final grade, it is important that you notify the University with the month that you will receive it.

This is not the date of your last exam, nor is it the date that your graduation ceremony takes place or the date you will receive your provisional result; it is the date in which you will receive your confirmed final grade.

This is needed in the event that you receive a conditional offer letter based on your final grade received.

 

Final grade

Your final grade is the result you have achieved at the end of your qualification.

If you have completed this degree and have received confirmation of your final grade, enter it here. If the qualification was achieved outside of the UK, enter it in its domestic format rather than translating it into its UK equivalent; this should match what is shown on your official document/certificate.

If you have not previously studied in the UK, it is important to check to ensure that the qualifications you hold are considered suitable preparation for entry to your chosen course.

For more information on how international qualifications compare to domestic qualifications, visit the International Qualifications webpage on the Graduate Admissions website.

 

Grade to date

If you have not yet completed this degree, provide the grade/result that you are on course to achieve.

This is required to help set the terms of your conditional offer letter.

If the qualification is to be achieved outside of the UK, enter it in its domestic format rather than translating it into its UK equivalent.

If you have not previously studied in the UK, it is important to check to ensure that the qualifications you hold are considered suitable preparation for entry to your chosen course.

For more information on how international qualifications compare to domestic qualifications, visit the International Qualifications webpage on the Graduate Admissions website.

 

What if I have more than 5 qualifications that I would like to disclose?

If you have more than five degree-level (or higher) qualifications that you would like to disclose to those reviewing your application, you are advised to contact the department that administers the course that you are applying for.

 

Academic awards

If you have achieved an academic award that you would like to be included within your application, please provided its name, reason for award, the date it was awarded and, if there was a monetary reward, how much was awarded.

Leaving this blank will not prejudice your application.

 

 

If your queries have not been answered, please check the Graduate Admissions Office applicant FAQs.

If your query has still not been answered, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office directly using the contact form.