Unless otherwise specified, all applications must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) using Apply Online. You can do this through your school or college if they are registered with UCAS, or independently.
Full details and instructions can be found on the UCAS website, including details about references and application fees. The UCAS code for the University of St Mark & St John (Marjon) is P63 (PMARJ). If you have any problems applying online, get in touch and we'll gladly help you.
Your application should normally reach UCAS between 1 September and 15 January. It's best for all applicants to apply by 6pm on 15 January, although late applications will be sent by UCAS to institutions for consideration.
Applicants who want to apply for part-time study should apply directly to the University, normally between 1 September and 31 July. However, bear in mind that part-time study isn't available for all ITT and Speech & Language Therapy programmes.
Please apply to the University using our online Apply Direct service.
We welcome applications from students with disabilities, and we put a lot of effort into making sure your University experience is every bit as fulfilling - both academically and socially - as it is for other students. We think it's a great idea for you to visit the University before you apply, and we can sort out informal visits and extra support at visit days and interviews. Once you join the University, all the backup you need will be readily available through our Student Support Service.
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It's impossible to list all of the qualifications that we'll consider, as every applicant is unique. So if you have any questions about eligibility, it's best to get in touch with the Admissions Office. We recognise the value of learning outside of formal education institutions, so we're happy to consider applications on an individual basis. If you don't have the standard entry requirements but you do have a raft of skills, knowledge and experience, talk to us about the possibilities.