IMPORTANT If you are applying for the MEd and have done a PGCE with the Faculty please do not follow the application procedure below.
The Graduate Admissions Website provides a wealth of information for applicants about studying at the university, the colleges, costs and finance, how to apply and how to find funding for your studies. They also have a detailed process map of how the application process works and an extremely useful FAQs page if you have questions about the application process. The Faculty webpages provide additional further information about the Faculty of Education and the courses that we offer.
When to Apply
Please check the Graduate Course Directory to find out the deadlines for the course for which you are applying. Please note that there are two deadlines you need to check (the course deadline and the funding deadline). You must apply by whichever comes first (see guidance)
The Faculty makes conditional offers throughout the year so it is best to apply as earlier as possible.
The Faculty is committed to equal opportunities for all. It aims to ensure that no present or prospective student receives less favourable treatment than another on grounds of any condition or status not directly affecting study or work.
Availability of Masters Routes The Faculty of Education intends to offer all of the routes on the Masters programme as advertised on these pages and will make conditional offers on this basis. In the light of unforeseen circumstances where recruitment levels make the route non-viable the Faculty reserves the right to withdraw routes and offers.
Feedback on your Application and Complaints Procedure
The Faculty cannot give reasons for not offering admission, nor advise you how to improve your application. However, if you believe that there has been an administrative error, or if you believe you have been treated unfairly because of bias or prejudice, or if there are circumstances unknown to the University that might have affected the decision, you should refer to the University Complaints Procedure. Please note, however, that there is no appeal against academic judgements made by the University.