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The closing date for applications is midday on Thursday 23rd May 2019

Notes to applicant: If any of your supporting documents are not in English we require officially translated versions as well as the copies in the original language. If you require guidance please contact the Admissions team, details at the end of this form.

Personal details

Correspondence address

Home address

Personal statement

Please type your personal statement directly into the box as there is currently an issue with copying and pasting from Microsoft Word.

Education and Qualifications

Tick if you have GCSE English Language and Maths at grade C or above or equivalent qualifications (please specify below). Please list ALL of your qualifications in the box the below (including any you are currently studying) together with the qualification type, subject and the achieved/predicted grade..

Please list ALL of your qualifications in the box below (including any you are currently studying) together with the qualification type, subject and the achieved/predicted grade.

English Language Competence

Applicants educated outside the UK in countries where English is not the first language must provide, prior to admittance to the course, evidence that they have sufficient command of both written and spoken English. As proof of this we accept GCSE English Language at grade C or above, an overall score of 6.5 in the IELTS Test (with minimum 6.0 in reading and writing and 5.5 in speaking and listening), or 62 in the Pearson Test of English (with minimum 60 in each sub test). Please tick below:

Tick if English is your first language
Tick if English is/was the language of your previous education

(if yes, please provide written confirmation from the institution where you undertook your studies (if non UK institution)

Employment details and other experience

Special needs or support

Other information

Tick if you require a visa to study in the UK

We ask you to declare if you have any relevant unspent criminal convictions or punishments. Some courses involve an integral work placement and you may not be able to undertake the placement and complete your studies if you have criminal convictions or punishments. In addition, if you are applying for a course which could lead to a professional qualification, such as accounting or law, while you may be permitted to train for these professions or occupations, you may not be able to register and practise upon completion of your course. Further information on what is meant by 'relevant', 'unspent' and 'conviction' can be found in guidance published by NACRO. You should read this carefully before answering these questions.

Confirming that you have a relevant criminal conviction or punishment will not exclude you from the application process and is collected to help us consider the suitability of applicants for the courses to which they have applied and to reduce the risk of harm or injury to students and staff caused by the criminal behaviour of other students.

Tick if you have any unspent criminal convictions

Nationality information



I confirm that the information given on this application is true, complete and accurate and no information requested or other material information has been omitted.


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If you require guidance please contact the Admissions team:

The UG Admissions Team
Pearson College London
190 High Holborn

Tel: 0203 441 1303