How to apply
Part-time applications can be completed online for all courses and can be made directly to the University:
- Part-time courses online application form.
- Part-time Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools application form.
We accept applications based on a number of different criteria. For information on entry criteria and when course intakes occur, please view individual course areas.
When to apply
We advise applicants to view each course separately as there are a number of different intakes and types of part-time courses. To secure a place, we advise applying up to three weeks before the next intake starts. This will allow for suitable processing time and for all documentation to be received.
The deadline for applications is one week before enrolment.
The University is committed to ensuring its admissions process is fair and transparent.
If you have any questions regarding your part-time application, please contact the admissions team:
By completing our enquiry form:
By telephone: 0121 604 1040
You can also contact us on Twitter@UCB_Admissions
After you have applied
The admissions team aims to respond to applications within 10 working days. However, it may take longer if the team requires additional information. Standard offers are normally based on academic requirements and receipt of a suitable letter of support (see below: Letter of Support).
Each application is considered individually and careful consideration is given to all the information on your form, particularly your personal statement, letter of support and the qualifications you have acquired or are taking.
The admissions team will email your official offer letter to you. If your application is successful, there are two types of offer you can receive from University College Birmingham:
- Conditional - this means we have offered you a place but with conditions attached. Conditional offers are usually made to applicants who are still in education. Once you have met these conditions and provided evidence, your offer will become Unconditional.
- Unconditional - this means we have offered you a definite place and all academic requirements have been met and we are happy to accept you.
When we contact you with your offer, we will also email you further information about University College Birmingham and invite you to come and visit us.
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