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Graduate Admissions

 

Employment history

Within this section, you should provide information on any employment history that you feel will benefit your application.

This is particularly important for international students as this section, along with the 'Nationality & Visa' and 'Academic History' sections, will be used to determine your fee status.

For more information on fee status, see the Fees webpage on the Graduate Admissions website.

You can only provide details of up to five jobs within this section; if you would like to provide details of more, you are advised to contact the department that administers the course that you are applying for.

 

Do you have any relevant employment history?

Relevant employment history is any current or former employment that you may have had that you feel may benefit your application. This does not necessarily need to be in the field of your chosen subject.

You can include work experience or any internships that you may have held.

 

Employer

The employer is the name of the company in which you are/were employed by, e.g. Apple.

 

Job title

The job title is the official title of the job in which you held, e.g. Lawyer.

 

City

You should enter the city that you were primarily in whilst operating in this job role. If you predominantly worked from home, please provide your home city/town, e.g. Paris.

 

Country

You should enter the country that you were primarily in whilst operating in this job role. If you predominantly worked from home, please provide your home country, e.g. China.

For international students, the information you provide here along with the start and leave date of this term of employment may be used to help determine your fee status.

For more information on fee status, see the 'What is my Fee Status?' webpage on the Graduate Admissions website.

 

Start date

In which month did you start this term of employment?

For international students, the information you provide here along with the country and leave date of this term of employment may be used to help determine your fee status.

For more information on fee status, see the 'What is my Fee Status?' webpage on the Graduate Admissions website.

 

Leave date

If you are still employed in any role that you have specified in this section, you should leave the date that you left the employment empty. Still being in employment will not affect the academic assessment of your application.

For international students, the information you provide here along with the country and start date of this term of employment may be used to help determine your fee status.

For more information on fee status, see the 'What is my Fee Status?' webpage on the Graduate Admissions website.

 

 

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