How to Apply

How to Apply

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Full time Undergraduate and PGCE courses

Applicants for full time degree and foundation degrees should apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)

Applicants for PGCE courses should apply through the Graduate Teacher Training (GTTR)

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For home/EU applicants who want apply directly to the University application forms can be downloaded from the right hand side.

For International/(non EU) applicants please have a look at our International pages.

Apply direct to Chichester for Part Time and Full -Time Undergraduate and Postgraduate study

Applications to the following courses must be made in conjunction with guidance notes. Please contact Admissions for these notes.

  • MA Education
  • Certificate in Professional Development
  • MA Health & Social Care Management

You should submit the following documents with your application form:

  • Copies of all certificates/results (required for ALL qualifications declared on the application form);
  • Reference - Academic/Professional (see below);
  • A personal statement (see below);
  • If you do not include all of the necessary documents, this could result in a delay in processing your application.

Reference – Academic/Professional

One Academic/Professional reference is required for undergraduate courses, for UG reference form, please go to Application Forms. Two Academic/Professional references are required for Postgraduate applications, for PG reference form, please go to Application Forms.

A personal statement

All applicants are required to write a personal statement and submit this with their application. Your personal statement should contain information about yourself, why you want to study the chosen subject(s), details of any related experience etc. Above all it should show the admissions tutor your enthusiasm and interest in the subject. Remember that the Admissions Tutor will have to read many personal statements therefore you should try to make your statement interesting and descriptive.