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EU Applications

In the main, both UK and European Union (EU) students follow exactly the same application process, a summary of which is below:

  • Undergraduate
    EU Students wishing to apply to an Undergraduate programme at Northumbria University should apply through the UCAS Website.
  • Postgraduate
    EU Students wishing to apply to a Postgraduate programme at Northumbria University should use the ‘Apply Online’ button, which can be found on the course specific page. This will submit an application directly to Northumbria Admissions department.

In addition to this, EU Students should be aware of the following:

  • Entry requirements
    Once you have selected a course, you need to ensure that you have, or are working towards the appropriate entry qualifications. For details on how EU qualifications compare to the standard entry criteria, please visit our country specific information pages.
  • English Language Requirements
    All applicants must meet the minimum English Language requirements for the course of study they wish to undertake. English Language requirements for courses and details of approved English Language tests can be found here.
  • Additional Requirements
    Certain programmes may have additional requirements such as a work experience, portfolio, interviews, health screening or police clearance checks. Further information will be communicated to you post application and the course listings.

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