Full-time undergraduate study
Applications for full-time undergraduate courses starting in September 2018 should be submitted through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You are permitted to choose up to five course/institution choices, however we would encourage all applicants to research course content carefully before making final choices. Further guidance about how to apply and write your personal statement can be found on the UCAS website.
The UCAS application fee is £13 for one course or £24 for up to five choices.
The University of Suffolk Institution Code is S82; UCAS Course and Campus codes can be found on the individual course pages.
You should aim to submit your application by the UCAS equal consideration deadline on 15 January 2018. Applications received after this date will be considered at the discretion of the University of Suffolk and may depend on the popularity of your chosen course. An up to date list of current vacancies is available on the UCAS website.
Part-time undergraduate study
Applications for undergraduate part-time study can be made through the Part-time Application Form. Please ensure that you complete the form as fully and accurately as possible, and ensure that you upload any educational certificates, references or ID documents before you press submit. This will ensure that the Admissions Office can process your application as smoothly as possible. Many University of Suffolk undergraduate courses are offered on a part-time basis, offering a more flexible approach to learning, allowing you to complete your studies over a longer period of time.
Postgraduate Taught study
Applications for postgraduate taught study can be made directly to the University of Suffolk using the Postgraduate Application Form. Please note that if you are an international student requiring a Tier 4 visa to study in the UK, you are only permitted to study your postgraduate degree on a full-time basis.
Postgraduate Research Degrees (PhDs)
The University of Suffolk is pleased to offer suitable applicants the opportunity to study at Postgraduate Research level in a wide range of subject areas including Leadership and Enterprise, Social Science and Health Services Research. To make an inquiry or for further information on the application process please visit the Graduate School pages. Should you wish to contact the Graduate School directly please email email@example.com.
Initial Teacher Training
Students wanting to apply for the School-Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programmes must apply through the Teacher Training application form on UCAS. For further information on the opportunities available in the surrounding areas please see below (please contact providers directly about vacancies first);