ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
Applicants whose first language is not English must fulfil the following English language requirements, unless stated otherwise under their specific country’s section:
International Foundation Programme: IELTS 5.5 (min 5.0)
Most Art & Design Programmes: IELTS 6.0 (min 5.5)
Architecture and some PG Programmes: IELTS 6.5 (min 5.5)
Please note that for UKVI purposes you must take the IELTS for UKVI (Academic) at a recognised centre.
Most programmes require applicants to apply with a portfolio of work, without which the application will be considered incomplete.
Undergraduate Applicants: See our undergraduate application website for a guide to requirements
Postgraduate Applicants: See our website for individual programme portfolio, show reel, essay or other requirements.
ACADEMIC + ALTERNATIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS BY COUNTRY
Undergraduate Applicants – Students should have successfully completed secondary education and hold the Thanaweya A’ama (General Secondary School Certificate) with a pass of 65% or above.
Postgraduate Applicants – Students who have an undergraduate degree with a CGPA of 2.7 or 75% or above can be considered for a Masters course.
Undergraduate Applicants – Students with exceptionally good grades (A1/B2) in the WASSC can be considered. Students with a National Diploma with a minimum CGPA of 2.7 (or equivalent) can also be considered.
Postgraduate Applicants – Applicants need a Second Class Degree with a CGPA 2.7 minimum for Masters.
Undergraduate Applicants – Applicants with five As at KCSE, including Maths, where appropriate, and English language or 6 A’s and B’s at KCSE can be considered where students have passes (C or above) in a minimum of 10 subjects. Otherwise applicants would need 2 Cs at A Level (or equivalent) in addition to their KCSE’s or a Certificate/Diploma.
Postgraduate Applicants – Applicants need a minimum CGPA of 2.7 or 60%+ (or equivalent) in their bachelors
Undergraduate Applicants – Students taking GCE A-Level should consult our standard entry requirements. Students taking the Higher School Certificate (HSC) should obtain AB in the principal subjects and BB in the subsidiary subjects.
Postgraduate Applicants – A Bachelors degree from Mauritius is equivalent to a UK Bachelors degree.
Undergraduate Applicants – Pass the Baccalaureat with 12-13
Postgraduate Applicants – Pass the Licence with 13+
Undergraduate Applicants – Applicants should present A Levels, Highers or equivalent in addition to SSCE or an Ordinary National Diploma (OND) or Higher National Diploma (HND).
Postgraduate Applicants – Applicants need a second class degree with a CGPA of 3 or above dependent on the university attended.
Undergraduate Applicants – Students who hold Senior Certificate/National Senior Certificate and at least 5 C (60-69%) passes in relevant subjects at the Higher Grade can be considered.
Postgraduate Applicants – Students who hold an undergraduate degree with CGPA 2.7 minimum (or equivalent grade) can be considered
Undergraduate Applicants – Applicants need 2 Cs (Principal pass) at Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSE)
Postgraduate Applicants – Applicants need a Second Class Degree with CGPA 2.7 minimum
Undergraduate Applicants – Students who pass the Tunisian Baccalaureat with a minimum of 14-15 (bien) may be accepted .
Postgraduate Applicants – Students with the Licence or Maîtrise with 14+
Undergraduate Applicants – Applicants need 2 Cs (principal passes) in the Ugandan Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE).
Postgraduate Applicants – Applicants need a Second Class Degree with a CGPA 2.7 minimum
Undergraduate Applicants – Students normally need 3 Cs at A Level Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (ZIMSEC)
Postgraduate Applicants – Students need a Second Class Undergraduate degree with a CGPA 2.7 minimum.
Please note: If your country’s academic requirements are not listed, contact our Student Records department at email@example.com to request them