When applying online, step-by-step instructions are provided to assist you with your application. Practice online as much and as often as you like as changes can be made to your application at any stage before the completed document is submitted to UCAS or GTTR. This enables you to print off your draft form and discuss it with your tutor before submission or to leave a section partially completed and return to it at a later time and any incorrect or missing mandatory data will be shown highlighted in red to indicate an area is incomplete.
Check that your qualifications (GCSEs, A/AS Levels, Vocational A Levels, Degree etc) match the entry requirements specified for the course/s for which you are applying. If you are unsure, contact the Admissions Office. It is vital that you check your completed application form and read it through to ensure your answers make sense and there are no spelling mistakes.
All codes and course information can be found on the UCAS and GTTR websites under the course search facility. The institution code for this University College is P63 (PMARJ). We do not have a campus code.
Your Personal Statement
Your personal statement is crucial - it is your opportunity to make your application really stand out and should be used to talk about yourself and your personal achievements. It's an advertisement all about you!
The electronic form will allow you up to 4000 text characters (including spaces) for your statement so be concise. Use a word-processing package such as Word to input your text and make use of the bold, italic and underline functions and do not forget to use your spell check tool and word count. You can then cut and paste your statement into the electronic form. Look at the course Entry Profiles to find out in more detail what the admissions tutors are looking for.
Along with verification checks for identity and academic qualifications, UCAS and GTTR will test applications to detect plagiarism. Read the UCAS Similarity Detection Service guidance notes for more information.