All you need to know to make a successful application for postgraduate taught study
How to apply
Apply for taught postgraduate courses
Apply for your postgraduate taught course through our Online Applicant Portal. (Please note, the portal will be unavailable Monday 15 October from 6-7.30pm)
Create an Applicant Portal account to submit your application directly to us and track its progress. You can also upload your supporting documents, portfolio or show-reel and make subsequent applications.
Start your application
Apply through UCAS for:
Apply through UCAS Teacher Training for:
When to apply
We recommend applying as early as possible for your chosen postgraduate course to ensure you are granted a place. Remember, you can submit your application before you receive your final qualification score.
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If you have missed our October start date then we have a range of courses that start in January. The timetable of study means that you'll catch up with the wider group of students in your year and graduate at the same time.
You'll benefit from the same curriculum, excellent quality teaching and learning, and access to our postgraduate learning environment. The only difference is your start date.
Apply for these courses using our Online Applicant Portal. (Please note, the portal will be unavailable Monday 15 October from 6-7.30pm)
You must provide copies of all your academic documentation including transcripts and certificates.
These should either be copies of the originals on letter headed paper or with a stamp by the awarding body or institution. If it's applicable to your application, you will also need to provide references on letter headed paper.
If you're a current Middlesex student, you don't need to submit transcripts or references.
Pay attention to the contact details you give in your application. If you're likely to change postal or email address before starting your course then give your most permanent contact details.
We send all our admissions communications via email so it's vital that this information is as accurate as possible. We also advise adding our email address to your inbox safe list.
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