INTERNATIONAL STUDENT GUIDE 2020 - University of Central Lancashire

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT GUIDE 2020 - University of Central Lancashire
INTERNATIONAL
STUDENT GUIDE 2020

ART, DESIGN AND FASHION
BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
CLINICAL AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES
COMPUTING AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES
CONSTRUCTION AND SURVEYING
ENGINEERING
FILM, MEDIA AND PERFORMANCE
FORENSIC SCIENCE
HEALTH AND WELLBEING
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
JOURNALISM
LANGUAGES
LAW
MEDICINE
PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIAL WORK, CARE AND COMMUNITY
SPORT AND WELLBEING
TOURISM, HOSPITALITY AND EVENT MANAGEMENT



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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT GUIDE 2020 - University of Central Lancashire
CONTENTS

WELCOME TO THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE                                                                   4
WELCOME FROM THE MAYOR OF PRESTON                                                                                 5
THE CITY OF PRESTON                                                                                               7
THE UCLAN JOURNEY FROM 1828 TO NOW                                                                                9
WHY CHOOSE UCLAN?                                                                                                 10
WHAT DO OUR STUDENTS SAY ABOUT UCLAN?                                                                             11
UCLAN STUDY OPPORTUNITIES OVERSEAS                                                                                12
STUDY ABROAD                                                                                                      15
CAREERS AND EMPLOYABILITY                                                                                         16
RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES                                                                                            18
FACILITIES                                                                                                        21
LIVING IN PRESTON                                                                                                 24
SUPPORTING YOU AT UCLAN                                                                                           27
ALUMNI                                                                                                            30
COURSE LISTING                                                                                                    31
FEES AND FUNDING                                                                                                  45
INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS                                                                                        46
HOW TO APPLY                                                                                                      47
CONTACT US                                                                                                        48
FIND US                                                                                                           49
INTRODUCING OUR PRESTON CITY CAMPUS                                                                               50


While every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this prospectus is accurate at the time of going to press,
changes are likely to occur given the lengthy interval between publication and commencement of the course. It is therefore very important
that you check our website for any updates before you apply for the course by visiting uclan.ac.uk/study. Where there is a difference between
the contents of this prospectus and our website, the contents of the website take precedence and represent the basis on which we intend to
deliver our educational services to you.
Any offer of a place to study at the University is subject to terms and conditions which can be found at uclan.ac.uk/study_here/student-
contract-taught-programmes.php. The terms and conditions set out, for example, your key obligations as a student and when we might make
changes to your course, the fees payable or the student regulations with which all students are required to comply. You are strongly advised
to read these before making an application.
If you are unable to access our website for any reason, please contact us on 01772 892400.




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WELCOME TO THE
    UNIVERSITY OF
    CENTRAL LANCASHIRE
    I am proud to say that UCLan
    has been a major influence in
    university education for over
    190 years.
    Our University has gone from
    strength to strength and continues
    to compete among the leading
    universities in the world.
    UCLan offers international students a superlative
    student experience through an unrivalled
    combination of high-quality teaching, personal
    support, research, informed curricula and
    exceptional teaching facilities. Our current
    students and alumni are testament to the
    commitment of passionate teaching and support
    staff of this ambitious university, and you can read
    about their experiences in this prospectus.

    International students who, like you, have a
    desire for knowledge and a keenness to learn
    are realising their career and life aspirations as
    successful UCLan graduates. I am inspired by their
    stories and trust that you will be too.

    We look forward to welcoming you to our
    exciting international campus in Preston.




    PROFESSOR GRAHAM BALDWIN
    Vice-Chancellor




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WELCOME FROM
THE MAYOR OF PRESTON
I am pleased to welcome you to
Preston where UCLan lies at the
heart of our city. The university
and the city centre are both
undergoing great change and
major investment. As Mayor I work
closely with UCLan to promote,
cultural, business and education
links with Preston.
I first became a councillor in 1987 and have spent
over thirty years in public life working for the
people of Central Lancashire. As Mayor I work
with charities, businesses, places of education,
faith groups and individuals and try to promote
the virtues of our wonderful city across the country
and indeed the world. This is a fantastic role for
someone as passionate about Preston as I am.

In welcoming you to our city, I hope you enjoy your
time with us. I came to live in Preston when I was
22 and have never wanted to leave. If and when
you leave us, I hope you will be able to take good
memories of your time in Preston.

COUNCILLOR DAVID BORROW
Mayor of Preston 2019/20




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Anirudha Singh Bhadoria, India BSc (Hons) Medical Sciences

    “Preston is an appealing, student-friendly city that is safe with low crime rates because
    it is smaller than some other major cities in the UK. The mobility to other places here
    is good; there’s connectivity with London and all other major places via train. Since
    arriving last September, I have visited Manchester, Liverpool, London and Edinburgh.”




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THE CITY OF PRESTON

Situated in the heart of the North West of England, in the county
of Lancashire, the city of Preston is vibrant, cultural and friendly city.
The city has a very long history, being given the status of a market town
in 1179; and obtaining city status in 2002, becoming England’s 50th city
in the 50th Year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

Lancashire is well known for its national position
in relation to aerospace, advanced engineering
and manufacturing; energy; and higher education,
making it an important part of economic growth in
the north, referred to as the Northern Powerhouse.

Located a short distance from the coastline, the
Lake District, and the larger cities of Manchester
and Liverpool, both of which have international
airports; Preston is also one of the most networked
cities in the country.

Come and see for yourself by watching our Preston
video at:
uclan.ac.uk/study_here/student-life/index.php



    Preston conceals many interesting facts and achievements...
    - home to the tallest spire of any parish church in England
    - has the longest continuous row of red telephone boxes
    - the Preston by-pass was Britain’s first motorway
    - the first KFC restaurant in the UK opened in Preston in 1965




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FANG Xian, China BA (Hons) Management in Hospitality

    ‘It is very convenient from university to go to the city centre. It’s easy to go out and
    go shopping. The library is great, I can find a lot of information in my subject area.
    Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is also a free dance class in the gym,
    which is very interesting. When I first arrived in the UK, I encountered a lot of
    problems. The staff inside  helped me a lot, and my questions were all answered
    there. The dormitory environment is super good, and it is very convenient to take the
    parcel in the management office. I recommend that my schoolmates come to study
    this major because of the opportunity to practice and participate in real projects.”




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THE UCLAN JOURNEY FROM 1828 TO NOW

UCLan’s history dates back to 1828, when, at the very first open
meeting of the Institution for the Diffusion of Knowledge, Thomas
Addison (its first President) expressed his wish that one day Preston
would have its own university. After many developments and name
changes, on 1 September 1992 that became a reality and the Lancashire
Polytechnic became known as the University of Central Lancashire.

Today UCLan is a thriving community of around             We now have an extensive international presence
38,000 students and staff and our alumni make up          with approximately 125 partners worldwide
a worldwide family of over 180,000 people. We             and welcoming students from over 85 different
are in the top 6% of Universities in the world* and       countries to the Preston Campus.
UCLan was the first modern~ university to enter
                                                          This expansion of facilities continues today with
the QS World Rankings**. We have been awarded
                                                          the newly opened Oasis Faith and Spirituality
the maximum five stars for the quality of teaching;
                                                          Centre along with the new Engineering
facilities; employability; internationalisation; social
                                                          Innovation Centre, and the planned Civic Square
responsibility and inclusiveness.
                                                          and Student Centre, which is underway.

*Center for World University Rankings 2019-20 ~Universities created after 1992 **topuniversities.com




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WHY CHOOSE UCLAN?


                  UCLan is the UK’s biggest
                  riser in the Complete
                                                                                                        180,000 Alumni
                  University Guide 2020.                                                                256 Honorary Fellows
                                                                                                        Over 100 Professors
                                                                                                        Over 38,000 Staff
                                                                                                        and Students
                    Over 69% of our students
                    graduate with a First or 2:1 while                    1st in the North
                    95.5% of our graduates enter                         West for Fashion,
                    employment or further study                          2nd in the UK for
                    within 6 months of graduating.                        Chemistry and
                    HESA Employment Performance Indicator 2018
                                                                         5th in the UK for          The University contributes
                                                                                                     more than £200 million
                    (full-time, home-domiciled, first degree leavers).     Social Work.                to the North West
                                                                         Guardian University          economy every year.
                                                                            Guide 2020                      Financial report by
                                                                                                        Regeneris Consulting, 2015



       Opened in 2019, a collaboration between
        Lancashire Constabulary, UCLan and the
                                                                          The University now enrols students from more
       Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner.
                                                                          than 120 countries and has partnerships with
                                                                          125 international institutions from Argentina
     The University of Central                                                 to South Africa, to the Arctic Circle.
     Lancashire’s roots go
     back to 1828 when it was
     founded as the ‘Institution
     for the Diffusion of
     Knowledge’ in Preston.



                                                                          £500k is invested by the University each year
                                                                            in Study Abroad to allow students to add
                                                                               a global dimension to their studies.
     TOP 6%                      2019-20




                            2018 TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION (THE) AWARDS
      International Collaboration of the Year for the University’s efforts to relocate nearly 650 medical students
      and staff from the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) following Hurricane Irma.
      Excellence and Innovation in the Arts for UCLan Publishing, the only student-run, trade but not-for-profit
      publishing house in the North West.
      Most Innovative Contribution to Business-University Collaboration for a Knowledge Transfer
      Partnership between UCLan and Recycling Lives, a national recycling and waste business.



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WHAT DO OUR STUDENTS SAY ABOUT UCLAN?

               Drahoslava Machova, Czech Republic
               BA (Hons) History & Education and MRES History

               “One thing I did not expect and that really surprised me was
               the support and motivation offered by the lecturers at UCLan;
               they are very friendly and outgoing. They are extremely
               understanding, especially with English being my second
               language. The lecturers helped to push me and enabled me
               to overcome barriers.”


               Brian Aine, Uganda
               Medicine (Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery)
               MBBS - Fourth Year

               “I chose UCLan because it offered me the opportunity to learn a
               new culture; I think that’s important for a Doctor, understanding
               different people around the world. I really liked that the
               Medicine course has a small cohort size, which is perfect for
               international students because we sometimes need that extra
               attention – other universities cohorts were too big and I’d have
               felt lost in the crowd.”


               Chaitanya Madhav, India
               BSc (Hons) Software Engineering (Alumnus 2018)

               “I applied to lots of different universities directly but chose
               UCLan due to its convenient location for exploring the rest of
               the UK and good transport links, cheap cost of living, strong
               opportunities for employment in the North West for Engineering
               and that Preston is not over saturated with students unlike some
               other urban University cities.”




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UCLAN STUDY OPPORTUNITIES OVERSEAS

UCLan Cyprus

UCLan Cyprus established its presence in Cyprus    The British University of Cyprus is set in a modern,
in 2012. It is the first Branch Campus of the      purpose–built University campus with state-of-
University of Central Lancashire and at the        the-art academic and operational facilities, with
same time a fully licensed private University in   the institution being the first University in Cyprus
Cyprus. It offers a unique and innovative model    to have its own Court Room which has been
of a Cypriot and British University educational    designed to reproduce not only the look and
experience, approved and validated by both the     effect of a real court room, but the courtrooms of
Ministry of Education and Culture of Cyprus and    the future.
the UK Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), for
                                                   Students at the campus can reserve a room in the
Higher Education.
                                                   luxury University accommodation available on site.
Graduates receive a Double Degree (two
certificates) from the two Universities, UCLan     THERE IS NOW A STUDENT BODY OF
Cyprus and UCLan UK, recognised not only in        OVER 1000 STUDENTS AT THE CAMPUS,
Cyprus, but across Europe and beyond.              ENROLLED ON ITS ALMOST 30 DEGREE
                                                   PROGRAMMES.




                  uclan.ac.uk/international/partnerships.php




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Giordana Failla, Italy BA (Hons) English with Modern Languages

     “I have been a part of the Erasmus Student Network since my second year and I am
     now Communications Manager, Secretary and a Local Rep. We have gained over
     100 members for the first time at UCLan and meeting new people from all over the
     world is so rewarding! One of my dearest friends is from China and she visited me
     one summer in Italy and we stay in contact now – this has been the most special part
     of being an international student at UCLan.”



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STUDY ABROAD

All students also have access         UCLan has exchange agreements with almost
                                      100 universities from around the world, whether
to the Study Abroad Exchange          it’s Europe through the Erasmus+ scheme,
Programme which allows UCLan          through our Worldwide Exchange programme
students to experience life at        where we have partners in the USA, Canada,
                                      Mexico, Australia and Hong Kong; through ISEP,
overseas universities and students
                                      which offers opportunities in the rest of the
from overseas universities to study   world; or by participating in UCLan’s own Travel
at UCLan, offering an opportunity     Bursary Scheme.
to enhance your opportunities for
future employment.




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CAREERS AND EMPLOYABILITY

As a UCLan student, employability skills are embedded within your
studies from the very start of your time with us. You are encouraged
to self-assess your levels of employability development and agree
an action plan with your Academic Advisor, which you will update
throughout the year.

If you want to graduate ready for the workplace,        Many of UCLan’s postgraduate taught
then the University of Central Lancashire is the        programmes now offer the possibility of a
institution to choose as our graduates have             Professional Placement, allowing students to gain
received a timely boost to their job prospects          paid employment within their degree programme.
after the institution received its best graduate
                                                        You will have access to UCLan Careers, our one-
employability score. According to new figures
                                                        stop service that is available for all students and
released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency
                                                        graduates to access. From CV Writing to Interview
(HESA),* 95.5% of UCLan’s full-time, first-degree
                                                        Preparation, whatever stage of study you are
graduates based in the UK went into employment
                                                        at or whatever your future aspirations are, our
or further study within six months of graduation.
                                                        experienced professional team of careers advisors
UCLan is ranked as the leading UK university for
                                                        can help with impartial advice and guidance.
start-up businesses that it incubates still active
after three years of trading, according to the latest   Students also have access to other career
HEBCIS survey.**                                        resources around the university including the
                                                        Students’ Union Opportunities Centre for jobs
The latest analysis also shows graduates gaining
                                                        and volunteering opportunities.
graduate roles at a range of companies and
organisations such as Apple, Adidas, Emirates,          *(HESA, 2018)
Hewlett Packard, Aston Martin, BAE Systems,             ** The Higher Education Business and Community
BBC, IBM and Marks and Spencer.                         Interaction Survey (HEBCIS) 2016-17




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Paul Cyriac, India MSc Oil and Gas Engineering with Professional Placement

“The style of education in the UK is quite different in comparison to the Indian
system. Here it is more practical, and assignment based which gives a deeper
understanding of the subject.

I have done my placement with Total UK, which was one of the biggest turning
points in my life because Total is a giant player in the oil and gas industry.
Furthermore, the UK work experience is very reputable and will add value to my
career prospects alongside my master’s degree at UCLan.”




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RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

UCLan is a leading research institution with multiple subject areas that have
been officially recognised as demonstrating elements of world-leading
research in the most recent Research Excellence Framework. We are an
established and vibrant community of academic researchers and students
who are respected by their peers and tackle real-world challenges.
QUALITY RESEARCH, TRANSDISCIPLINARY IMPACT AND GLOBAL
REACH IS WHAT YOU WILL FIND AWAITING YOU AT UCLAN.

The scope of UCLan’s research activity is far-         Our research is presented under themes and
reaching - from working with NASA on solar             related groups that build a rich picture of the
dynamics, sector-leading stroke research, working      excellence, breadth and depth of our innovation
with industry on cutting-edge digital media            and high-quality research.
projects, to collaboration with the Football
Association, Professional Golfers Association,
and the International Olympic Committee on
sport and exercise science research.




                                                                  Over 800
                                                                  research students
                                                                  enrolled currently
          450 postgraduate
        research qualifications
           awarded over the
             last five years



Lais Baptista, Brazil PhD Forensic Genetics

“Don’t be afraid to start a PhD as there is a lot of support at
UCLan and people who can help you every step of the way.”




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For full details of our research activity, please visit: uclan.ac.uk/research



  Over 800
  research or knowledge
  transfer-active
  members
  of staff
                                                                                  More than 100
                                         Annual total research             Professors & Readers
                                       income of £6.9 million               working at the University




Obelema Akobo, Nigeria PhD Child Computer Interaction

“PhD gives me that feeling that I can go out and be part of the research society.
There are a number of career paths I could choose from including industry,
academia and working for yourself.”




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FACILITIES

The University has commenced a £200 million transformation plan
(Masterplan) for the Preston Campus, with a vision, over the next few
years, to create a unified, sustainable and welcoming campus which
will enhance the experience for all those visiting the University.
Further details of this plan can be found at uclanmasterplan.co.uk

Sports facilities                                        Study facilities
The Sir Tom Finney Sports Centre (STFSC) is              The UCLan Library building provides comfortable,
UCLan’s multi-million pound, state-of-the-               flexible study spaces and offers a wealth of
art, purpose-built indoor facility on the main           excellent learning resources, extensive collections
University campus.                                       of information sources and expert help and
                                                         support from Library staff, with the facilities
The outstanding facilities are often used by
                                                         open 24/7 during term time.
national sports teams to prepare for major
international sporting events.
                                                         Social spaces
Sport is one of UCLan’s key subject areas and the
                                                         In response to student feedback, UCLan now
outstanding Sports Arena has a significant role
                                                         has an increased number of social spaces,
in improving sport for students. UCLan Sports
                                                         fully stocked with beanbags, pool tables and
Arena is also available for the wider Preston
                                                         microwaves. Situated in the heart of campus,
community, who benefit from the excellent
                                                         the Social Spaces provide areas for staff and
opportunities open to them at the city’s premier
                                                         students to work, socialise and relax. They are
multi-sports venue. The £12 million Arena
                                                         bright, spacious, comfortable and have extended
provides facilities for athletics, rugby league,
                                                         opening hours. The new buildings are the
rugby union, football, hockey, netball, tennis and
                                                         perfect place to meet with friends, relax with
cycling. There are also seven floodlit training grids,
                                                         a coffee and an alternative place on campus
a 19 station fitness suite and an indoor room for
                                                         where you can escape.
activities, theory sessions and fitness training.




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Engineering Innovation Centre (EIC)                     Student Centre
The first stage of the new campus development is        The Student Centre building is the integral part
the newly opened Engineering Innovation Centre          of the c.£60 million Masterplan project, which
(EIC); a £35 million state-of-the-art facility at the   will create a new entrance into the University
heart of Preston - helping to further establish         campus, with a reception area and coffee shop to
UCLan as a leader in engineering innovation.            welcome staff, students and visitors alike.

The Engineering Innovation Centre (EIC) capitalises     Providing a home for the various student services
on the location of the University at the centre         at the University, the building will contain offices,
of one of the most intensive engineering and            meeting rooms, workstations and event venues
manufacturing areas in the UK to create an              including a roof top garden. This investment will
internationally competitive facility that will bring    help staff to continue the outstanding support
together the region’s expertise from within             they provide for students and welcome local
academia and industry.                                  communities into the University.

The EIC is equipped to the highest standard with        A large square will extend in front of the building,
technology demonstration areas and specialist           designed for hosting large events including the
work areas to create an integrated space for            Lancashire Science Festival, pop up cinemas,
teaching, research and knowledge exchange.              farmers markets and more. This square does
                                                        not just belong to the University, but to the local
                                                        community too. Lancashire’s societies, clubs and
                                                        communities will be welcome to use the square
                                                        to host their own events, creating a connectivity
                                                        between the University and its surroundings.




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LIVING IN PRESTON

As a student in Preston you will be able to get the best of both worlds
– being based in a student city that so warmly welcomes its student
population; as well as having easy links to nature and the great outdoors.

The city centre is full of well-known and             including Preston Railway Station, from where
independent shops, with restaurants offering a        you can easily reach Liverpool, Manchester and
wide range of traditional and international menus     the spectacular Lake District, England’s largest
to suit every taste. You can also discover some       National Park; or you can head to the coast to
beautiful green spaces such as Winckley Square        the seaside resort of Blackpool.
and the tranquil surroundings of Avenham and
                                                      Preston is also home to the football club, Preston
Miller Parks, set on the banks of the River Ribble.
                                                      North End, a founder member of the English
You will find that most places in Preston are         Football League and were the first ever English
easily accessible on foot from the University,        Football Champions.




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University accommodation                                        All rooms have free WiFi access and every
                                                                bedroom contains a study desk, chair, chest of
UCLan guarantees a room in halls, on
                                                                drawers and wardrobe. All en-suite rooms contain
campus, for every new full time student
                                                                a shower and toilet. Economy Standard and
At the University of Central Lancashire our aim                 Premium Standard room types contain a wash
is to provide value for money accommodation,                    basin and mirror. The halls are independently
a safe and comfortable living environment and                   regulated, and every resident has 24-hour access
a vibrant and inclusive halls community. UCLan                  to University security. More information can be
has more than 1,600 accommodation places                        found at uclan.ac.uk/accommodation
that can be allocated to students in their first
                                                                Accommodation Prices: UCLan offers a wide
year of study in 10 different halls of residence.
                                                                variety of accommodation types to suit all needs
All the halls are located at the heart or very
                                                                and budgets. Our Economy Standard Prices are
close to the main campus and are owned or
                                                                £74.97 per week increasing to a maximum of
leased by the university.
                                                                £121.10 per week for a self-Contained Flat.*
Living in UCLan halls makes it easy to immerse
yourself in University life and make lots of new                Private student housing
friends. All our halls are on campus and within
                                                                We also have a selection of registered private
an easy walking distance of all your lecture
                                                                landlords with accommodation ranging from shared
rooms, the library, the Students’ Union and the
                                                                houses to large purpose-built halls of residence.
city centre.
                                                                More details about accommodation at UCLan,
UCLan halls are all self-catering and are either
                                                                including current costs, can be obtained from our
owned or leased by the University. You will
                                                                dedicated accommodation website at
find them modern, comfortable and well-
                                                                uclan.ac.uk/accommodation
equipped, with free internet and WiFi access,
study space and storage. We also have flats
                                                                Further information
that are adapted for students with disabilities
or medical conditions.                                          Telephone: +44 (0)1772 892529
                                                                Email: StudentAccommodation@uclan.ac.uk




                     Pagnol Michelle Yanou, Cameroon PhD – Investment Law

                     “Living in the traditional city of Preston means the cost of living is a lot less
                     than London, for example. In the UK the currency difference to Cameroon
                     is huge, so it’s good to live in a smaller, more affordable city. There are
                     low living costs, lots of facilities, you can walk everywhere and UCLan is
                     developing all the time – so it’s a great place to be.”


*The stated prices relate to the 19/20 academic year and are subject to change for future academic years

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Asawari Savant, India
     MSc Applied Public Health (Alumna 2019)

     “The support from Tutors and Professors is amazing; they always reply instantly
     when needed and they are understanding. The support of my Course Leader
     has been a standout experience at UCLan so far, he has gone beyond his
     means to help me even though he’s so busy. Most students on my course
     are international, so the Professor organised an excursion for us to visit Public
     Health England – this wasn’t part of the course, just something extra for us to
     understand the course better.”



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SUPPORTING YOU AT UCLAN

As one of the UK’s largest institutions with a student and staff
population of approximately 38,000; UCLan has excellent support
facilities to offer to its students.

Whether you’re a current or prospective student,       Academic Advisers
if you’re finding yourself needing extra support
                                                       At the start of your course you will be allocated
and guidance at the University of Central
                                                       an Academic Adviser (usually a member of the
Lancashire we are here for you.
                                                       course team) who has responsibility for general
From academic help to dealing with personal            academic advice and giving you help and
difficulties our range of services from our Student    guidance at particularly important times.
Support Hubs will provide you with the help
                                                       Your Academic Adviser will provide you with
you need throughout your time at UCLan and
                                                       guidance in academic matters, as well as
beyond. Whatever the issue, our Hubs below are
                                                       information about where to go for any additional
there with information and contacts regarding the
                                                       and specialist help and advice you might need.
support or facilities you require.
                                                       In addition, UCLan has five Hubs conveniently
The                                                 located across the campus, to provide students
                                                       with course guidance and support. We can
Our acclaimed one-stop Student Information
                                                       signpost you to the person best qualified to deal
Centre is where students can seek help on a
                                                       with your query, whether that is another UCLan
range of queries. We provide help on all aspects
                                                       service, an academic member of staff or the
of University life, via face-to-face, via email, via
                                                       Students’ Union.
our website or through our Twitter and Facebook
pages. uclan.ac.uk/the-i




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Study Skills Support                                Student Mentors
Students can access WISER and various other         The Student Mentor Team provides support for
resources such as Lynda.com to learn how to         you from before arrival through to graduation.
study more effectively and communicate at an        The trained mentors can help with issues such as
advanced and professional level. We offer 1-to-1    home-sickness, stress and balancing your work
support, interactive workshops and online study     and social life whilst at UCLan.
advice so that you can reach your full potential
and achieve the grades you deserve.                 Medical Centre
                                                    The staff at the University’s Medical Centre
Information and IT Support
                                                    are able to provide you with a caring and
Knowing how to find the best resources,             confidential service on a wide range of medical
eg books and journal articles, will help you        matters. The Medical Centre is available to help
understand your subject and get the best            whether you are feeling ill, want family planning
possible grades. Our online resources provide top   advice, concerned about sexual health or need
tips on searching Discovery, literature searching   information on vaccinations for a trip abroad.
and quick and easy referencing with RefWorks.
We also offer IT skills training to help you to     Oasis Multi-Faith and Spirituality Centre
make the most of technologies that support
                                                    The University has built a bespoke, purpose-built
your studies and stand out from the crowd in
                                                    multi-faith centre for the staff and students at the
a competitive marketplace.
                                                    University. It has been designed in consultation
                                                    with students and the Students’ Union to ensure
Opportunities Centre
                                                    the best utilisation of the space. Oasis creates the
– Student Employment Service
                                                    perfect environment for prayer, contemplation
Located in the Students’ Union, the Opportunities   and reflection for all.
Centre helps you find part-time work with
reputable local employers. It advertises a range    Counselling
of paid work and voluntary jobs. Advice and
                                                    Our team of professionally trained and
information on tax and national insurance is also
                                                    experienced therapists offer a free, confidential
available. For more information, please visit:
                                                    service to all UCLan students. Whatever your
uclansu.co.uk/opportunities
                                                    difficulty you are welcome and will be treated
                                                    with respect. We also have mental health
                                                    advisors who offer short-term support and
                                                    advice to students experiencing mental health
                                                    difficulties. We offer assessment appointments,
                                                    advice and signposting to services to best meet
                                                    a student’s needs.




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All international students are also offered the
following services free of charge whilst at UCLan:


                                    Airport Transfer Service
                                    uclan.ac.uk/airport


                                    Free Membership of the
                                    Sir Tom Finney Sports Centre
                                    uclan.ac.uk/stfsc


                                    Careers Service
                                    uclan.ac.uk/careers


All students who enrol at UCLan automatically become a member of the Students’ Union and are
able to take advantage of many benefits. The Students’ Union (SU) operates independently from the
University and its mission is to ‘make life better for students’ and they try to do this every day through
their wide range of activities, services and events.

The Students’ Union Advice and Representation Centre offers advice on a range of matters relating to
your course, money, benefits, housing, employment and more! They work hard to ensure you receive
the best advice possible.

Whether your interest is religion, cultural, political, academic, arts, media, performance or sports,
with over 150 student groups, no matter what your interest or ability, there’s something for everyone.
Joining a sports club or a student-led society is a great way to get involved and make friends.




                            UCLAN CURRENTLY HAS



                                           Around 1400 sport
     Over 40 Sports Clubs                  and club members                Over 150 student groups


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ALUMNI

As a potential student, we believe you should have the opportunity to
talk directly to former students who are from your own country, or who
have studied your chosen programme of study, to hear what it is like to
live in the UK and to study at the University of Central Lancashire.

We have a growing alumni body who would be            UCLan alumni are able to join UCLan
pleased to share their experiences at UCLan and       Connect. This platform allows you to
answer any questions you may have. Many of            re-connect with old friends, as well as
these student profiles can be seen on our website.
                                                      enabling you to utilise the skills and
                                                      experience of other UCLan graduates.




                  Omolabake Fakunle, Nigeria
                  BA (Hons) Business Administration (Alumna 2012)

                  “I received excellent advice and support from the international office at every stage
                  during the admission process and I was delighted to receive one of 10 UCLan
                  Excellence Awards in 2011. The support from the international office continued
                  after I arrived to begin my study at UCLan. That coupled with amazing teaching and
                  the learning resources at UCLan proved to be the start of a new and transformative
                  journey in my life.”




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COURSE LISTING
     Course Title Minimum entry requirements                                              Exceptions to standard          Annual
     		                                                                                   English language requirements   tuition fee

      ART, DESIGN AND FASHION

     Undergraduate
     BA (Hons) Advertising                                104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology                  104 Points at A2 A Level		                                      £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Architecture                              128 - 136 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BA (Hons) Art and Design (Foundation Entry)          72 points		                                                     £12,700
     BA (Hons) Creative Advertising                       104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BA (Hons) Fashion Design                             104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion                          104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BA (Hons) Fine Art                                   104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BA (Hons) Graphic Design                             104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BA (Hons) Illustration                               104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BA (Hons) Interior Design                            104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BA (Hons) Product Design                             104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     BA (Hons) Textiles                                   104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                £12,700
     Postgraduate			£1,125 per
     MA Antiques (distance learning)                      2:2 Hons Degree		                                               20 credits
     MArch Architecture                                   2:2 Hons Degree in Architecture		                               £13,200
     MA Arts Health                                       2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MSc Building Conservation and Adaption (2 intakes)   2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MA Ceramics                                          2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MA Childrens Book Illustration                       2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MA Design                                            2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MA Fashion and Lifestyle Brand Studies               2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MA Fashion and Lifestyle Promotion                   2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MA Fashion Design                                    2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MA Fine Art                                          2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MA Games Design                                      2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
     MA Graphic Design                                    2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200




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     MA Interior Design                                   2:2 Hons Degree		                                               £13,200
MA Product Design                                                   2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £13,200




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     MA Surface Pattern and Textiles                                     2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £13,200

      BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

     Undergraduate
     BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance                                    120 Points at A2 A Level		                             £12,700
     BA (Hons) Accounting and Financial Studies                          104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Business and Management                                   104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Business and Marketing                                    104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Business Administration                                   104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Business Administration (Top-up)                          Appropriate HND grades		                               £12,700
     BA (Hons) Business Management                                       104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up) (distance learning)          Appropriate HND grades		                               £12,700
     BA (Hons) Business Studies                                          104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Business Studies (Marketing)                              104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Digital Marketing                                         104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Finance and Accounting (Top-up)                           Appropriate HND grades		                               £12,700
     BA (Hons) Human Resource Management                                 104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) International Business                                    104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Marketing Management (Digital Media)                      104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Marketing                                                 104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                       £12,700
     Postgraduate
     MSc Accounting (ACCA)                                               2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £12,750
     MSc Accounting (ACCA) Fast Track                                    Applicants must be qualified Chartered accountants		   £13,200
     MA Accounting and Financial Management (CIMA). Full-time only       2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £13,200
     Doctor Business Administration (DBA)                                2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £13,700
     MSc Digital Marketing Communications (distance learning)            2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £13,200
     MSc Finance and Management                                          2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £13,200
     MSc Human Resource Management/Development                           2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £13,200
     MSc International Business and Management                           2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £13,200
     MSc Marketing Management                                            2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £13,200
     MBA Master of Business Administration with Professional Placement   2:2 Hons Degree		                                      £14,200
CLINICAL AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

     Undergraduate
     MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery   AAB at A2 A Level               Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 7.0                                    £40,500*
     BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science                       104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                               £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Dental Therapy                           ABB at A2 A Level               Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 7.0                                    £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science                       104-112 points at A2 A level		                                                                                 £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Medical Sciences                         BBB at A2 A Level		                                                                                            £21,000
     BSc (Hons) Pharmacology                             104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                               £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Physiology and Pharmacology              104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                               £13,700
     MPharm Pharmacy                                     ABB at A2 A Level               Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 6.0                                    £13,700
     Postgraduate
     MRes Cancer Biology                                 Entry via MSc Cancer Biology and Therapy		                                                                     £15,200
     MSc Cancer Biology and Therapy                      2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject                       Overall IELTS 6.5 with no element below 6.0          £15,200
     MSc Clinical Practice, Management and Education     2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                          £14,000
     MSc Clinical Studies                                2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                          TBC
     MSc Digital Health                                  2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject                       IELTS Level 6.5 or equivalent                        £14,000
     MSc Hospitalist Medicine                            2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                              £13,700
     MSc Medical Education                               2:2 Medical or dental degree		                                                                                 £14,000
     MRes Medical Sciences                               4 years of MBBS or MBChB or equivalent or have completed an undergraduate degree                               £14,500
     MSc Medical Leadership                              2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject                       IELTS Level 6.5 or equivalent                        £14,000
     MSc Musculoskeletal Management in Primary Care      Applicants must hold MBBS/ MBChB qualification or relevant professional healthcare
                                                         qualification/ registration		                                                                                  £14,000
     MRes Neuroscience                                   2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                          £15,200
     MSc Performance Medicine                            Must have completed Year 4 of MBChB (MBBS)
                                                         qualification or relevant professional qualification      IELTS Level 6.5 or equivalent                        £14,000
     MSc Rural Medicine/Urgent Care                      2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                          £14,000
     MSc Sports Medicine                                 Must hold MChB (MBBS)		                                                                                        £14,000
     MSc Surgery                                         Must hold medical or dental degree (e.g. MB ChB, MB BS, B.D.S) or Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy,
                                                         Nursing etc. Be actively engaged in medical, dental or healthcare practice                                     TBC
     MSc Physician Associate Studies                     2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                          TBC
     MPAS Physician Associate Studies                    ABB at A2 A Level                                         Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 7.0          £13,700
     MSc Rehabilitation Medicine                         Must have completed Year 4 MBChB (MBBS)
                                                         qualification or relevant professional qualification      IELTS Level 6.5 or equivalent                        £14,000




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      COMPUTING AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES

     Undergraduate
     MPhys/BSc (Hons) Astrophysics                               120 Points at A2 A Level A Level                    Overall IELTS 6.5 with no element below 6.0        £13,700
     MChem/BSc (Hons) Chemistry                                  104-112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                         £13,700
     MComp/BSc (Hons) Computer Games Development                 104 -112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                        £13,700
     MComp/BSc (Hons) Computer Networks and Security             104 -112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                        £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Computer Science                                 104 -112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                        £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Computing                                        104 -112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                        £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Computing (Top-up)                               Appropriate HND		                                                                                      £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Cyber Security                                   104-112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                         £13,700
     MComp (Hons) Forensic Computing and Security                104 -112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                        £13,700
     MMath/BSc (Hons) Mathematics                                120 Points at A2 A Level inc Maths at A             Overall IELTS 6.5 with no element below 6.0        £13,700
     MPhys/BSc (Hons) Physics                                    120 Points at A2 A Level incl B in Physics or Maths Overall IELTS 6.5 with no element below 6.0        £13,700
     MPhys/BSc (Hons) Physics with Astrophysics                  120 Points at A2 A Level incl B in Physics or Maths Overall IELTS 6.5 with no element below 6.0        £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Software Engineering                             104 -112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                        £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Astronomy (distance learning)                    128 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                             £13,700
     Postgraduate
     MSc Applied Data Science                                    2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                  £14,200
     MSc Computing *                                             2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                  £14,200
     MSc Instrumental Analysis*                                  2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                  £14,200
     MSc IT Security*                                            2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                  £14,200
     MSc Nanoscience and Nanotechnology*                         2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                  £14,200
     MSc Synthetic Organic Chemistry*                            2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                  £14,200
     MRes User Experience Design*                                2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject  Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 6.5                       £15,200
     Prof Doc Computing                                          2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject		                                                                  £15,200

      CONSTRUCTION AND SURVEYING

     Undergraduate
     BEng (Hons) Building Services and Sustainable Engineering   96 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                              £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Building Surveying                               96 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                              £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons)Civil Engineering                           120 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                             £13,700
     BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering and Construction Management   120 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                             £13,700

                                                                                                                                                *Available with Professional Placement
Postgraduate
     MSc Building Services (2 intakes)                                             2:2 Hons Degree		                                            £14,200
     MSc Building Services with Professional Placement (2 intakes)                 2:2 Hons Degree		                                            £14,200
     MSc Construction Project Management                                           2:2 Hons Degree		                                            £14,200
     MSc Construction Project Management with Professional Placement (2 intakes)   2:2 Hons Degree		                                            £14,200

      ENGINEERING

     Undergraduate
     BEng/MEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering                                        120 Points at A2 A Level incl B in Physics or Maths		        £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering with Industrial Placement              120 Points at A2 A Level incl B in Physics or Maths		        £13,700
     BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering with Pilot Studies                          120 Points at A2 A Level incl B in Physics or Maths		        £13,700
     MEng/BEng Civil Engineering                                                   120 UCAS Points including Maths		                            £13,700
     BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering and Construction Management                     120 UCAS Points including Maths		                            £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons) Computer Aided Engineering                                   104-112 Points at A2 A Level		                               £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management                                    96 Points at A2 A Level		                                    £13,700
     BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering                             112 Points including Maths and Physics at C or STEM at C		   £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons) Electronic Engineering                                       104-112 Points at A2 A Level incl Maths/Phys/STEM at C		     £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons) Energy Engineering                                           96 Points at A2 A Level incl Maths/Phys/STEM at C		          £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Facilities Management                                              96 Points at A2 A Level		                                    £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Fire and Leadership Studies                                        96 Points at A2 A Level		                                    £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons) Fire Engineering                                             96 Points at A2 A Level		                                    £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Fire Safety (Engineering or Management) (Top-up)                   Appropriate HND		                                            £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering                                       104-112 Points at A2 A Level		                               £13,700
     BEng (Hons) Mechanical Maintenance Engineering (Top-up)                       Appropriate HND		                                            £13,700
     BEng (Hons) Mechanical Maintenance Engineering (Top-up) with Placement        Appropriate HND		                                            £13,700
     BEng (Hons) Mechatronics and Intelligent Machines (Top-up)                    Appropriate HND		                                            £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons) Motorsports Engineering                                      104-112 Points at A2 A Level		                               £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons) Oil and Gas Safety Engineering                               96 Points at A2 A Level		                                    £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying                                                 96 Points at A2 A Level		                                    £13,700
     MEng/BEng (Hons) Robotics Engineering                                         104-112 Points at A2 A Level		                               £13,700
     Postgraduate
     Prof Doctorate Engineering                                                    2:1 Hons Degree		                                            £15,200
     MSc Additive Manufacturing                                                    2:1 Hons Degree		                                            £14,200
     MSc Energy Engineering                                                        2:2 Hons Degree		                                            £14,200




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MSc Energy Management                                   2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200




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     MSc Engineering                                         2:1 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Fire and Rescue Service Management                  2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Fire Investigation                                  2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Fire Safety Engineering                             2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Fire Scene Investigation                            2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Intelligent Maintenance Engineering (2 intakes)*    2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Maintenance Engineering (2 intakes)*                2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Mechanical Engineering*                             2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Mechatronics and Intelligent Machines (2 intakes)   2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Mechatronics and Intelligent Machines*              2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards             2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Oil and Gas Engineering*                            2:1 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Project Management (2 intakes)                      2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200
     MSc Renewable Energy Engineering*                       2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                £14,200

      FILM, MEDIA AND PERFORMANCE

     Undergraduate
     BA (Hons) Acting                                        104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Animation                                     104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Continuing Drama Production                   104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Dance Performance and Teaching                104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Film Production                               104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Games Design                                  104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) International Journalism                      104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism                         104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Media Production                             104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Music                                         104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Music Production                              104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Music Theatre                                 104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Photography                                   104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Publishing                                    104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Screenwriting with Film, TV and Radio         104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700
     BA (Hons) Sports Journalism                             104 Points at A2 A Level  Overall IELTS 7.5 with no element below 7.5            £12,700
     BA (Hons) Television Production                         104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                       £12,700

                                                                                                                      *Available with Professional Placement
BA (Hons) Theatre and Performance                        104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Web Design and Development                    104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                £12,700
     Postgraduate
     MA Animation                                             2:2 Hons Degree		                                                         £13,200
     MA Broadcast Journalism                                  2:1 Hons Degree             Overall IELTS 7.5 with no element below 7.5   £13,200
     MA Film Production                                       2:1 Hons Degree		                                                         £13,200
     MA Games Design                                          2:2 Hons Degree		                                                         £13,200
     MA Journalism                                            2:1 Hons Degree             Overall IELTS 7.5 with no element below 7.5   £13,200
     MA Music                                                 2:2 Hons Degree		                                                         £13,200
     MA Music Industry Management and Promotion               2:1 Hons Degree		                                                         £15,950
     MA Photography                                           2:1 Hons Degree		                                                         £13,200
     MA Publishing                                            2:1 Hons Degree		                                                         £13,450
     MA Scriptwriting                                         2:2 Hons Degree		                                                         £13,200
     MA TV Production                                         2:2 Hons Degree		                                                         £13,200
     DProf Creative Arts (Arts Health) (2 intakes)            Arts related qualification		                                              £13,700

      FORENSIC SCIENCE

     Undergraduate
     BA (Hons) Applied Science                                72 Points at A2 incl Biol/Chem/Env Sci or App Science		                   £13,700
     MSci Archaeology                                         104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Archaeology                                   104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Archaeology and Anthropology                  104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                £13,700
     BSc Biology                                              104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                          £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Environmental Science                         104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                          £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Forensic Science                              104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                          £13,700
     MSci Forensic Science and Chemical Analysis              104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                          £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation   104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                          £13,700
     MSci Forensic Science and Molecular Biology              104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                          £13,700
     BSc (Hons) / BA (Hons) Geography                         104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                          £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Policing and Criminal Investigation           104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                          £13,700
     BSc (Hons) Professional Policing                         104 - 112 Points at A2 A Level		                                          £13,700
     Postgraduate
     MSc Bioarcheaology                                       2:2 Hons Degree		                                                         £14,200
     MSc Counter Terrorism                                    2:2 Hons Degree		                                                         £14,200




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MSc Criminal Investigation                                              2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200




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     MSc Criminal Justice                                                    2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200
     MSc Cybercrime Investigation                                            2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200
     MSc DNA Profiling                                                       2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200
     MSc Financial Investigation                                             2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200
     MSc Forensic Anthropology                                               2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200
     MSc Forensic Science                                                    2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200
     MSc Forensic Toxicology                                                 2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200
     MSc Intelligence Analysis                                               2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200
     MSc Resource, Energy and Environmental Management                       2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £14,200
     MSc/DProf Criminal Justice                                              2:1 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £15,200

      HEALTH AND WELLBEING

     Undergraduate
     BSc (Hons) Community Health Practice (Top-up) (Blended Learning)        Applicants will need to hold 120 credits at level 4 and hold and 120 credits at level 5 or equivalent    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies                         104-112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                           £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Midwifery                                                    112-128 Points at A2 A Level                               Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 6.5   £12,700
     Sc (Hons) Nursing in General Practice (Top-up) (Blended Learning)       Applicants will need to hold 120 credits at level 4 and hold and 120 credits at level 5 or equivalent.   £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Sexual Health Studies                                        104-112 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                           £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy                                                ABB at A Level inc one Science subject                     Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 6.5   £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy                                               112-128 Points at A2		                                                                                   £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Nursing - post registration                                  Appropriate diploma and be a qualified nurse		                                                           £12,700
     BSc (Hons) Pre-Registration Nursing
     (Mental Health) (Children and Young People) (Adult)                     96-112 at A2                                             Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 7.0     £12,700
     Postgraduate
     MSc Applied Public Health                                               2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £13,200
     MSc Clinical Research                                                   2:1 Hons Degree                        Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 6.5                       £13,200
     MSc Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy                                 2:2 Hons Degree in a relevant subject		                                                                  £13,200
     MSc Community Health Practice (Top-up) (Blended Learning) (2 intakes)   2:2 Hons Degree in a relevant subject		                                                                  £13,200
     MA Integrative Psychotherapy                                            2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                        £13,200
     MSc Midwifery                                                           Midwifery license and qualification		                                                                    £13,200
     MSc Nursing in General Practice (Blended Learning)                      2:2 Hons Degree in a relevant subject		                                                                  £13,200
     MSc Safeguarding in an International Context (2 intakes)                Hons Degree or portfolio               IELTS 6.5, none below 6.0                                         TBC
     MSc Sexual Health Studies                                               2:2 Hons Degree in a relevant subject  Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 7.0                       £13,200
MSc Transforming Integrated Health and Social Care                            2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                          £13,200
     MSc Occupational Therapy (Pre-Registration)                                   2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                          £13,200
     MSc Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration)                                          2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                          £13,200
     International Professional Doc (DProf) Prof Doctorate in Health (Jan)         2:1 Hons Degree                       Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 6.5          £13,700
     MSc Nursing (2 intakes)                                                       2:2 Hons Degree and registered nurse		                                                     £13,200
     MSc Pre-Reg Adult Nursing                                                     2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject   Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 7.0          £13,200
     MSc Pre-Reg Mental Health Nursing                                             2:2 Hons Degree in relevant subject   Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 7.0          £13,200

      HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

     Undergraduate
     BA (Hons) British Sign Language and Deaf Studies                              104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) Education and Deaf Studies                                          104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) English Literature and History                                      104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) English Language and Creative Writing                               104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) English Language and Linguistics                                    104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) English Language and Linguistics and Arabic, Chinese, French,
     German, Japanese, Korean, Russian or Spanish                                  104 Points		                                                                               £12,700
     BA (Hons) English Language and Literature                                     104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) English Literature                                                  104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) English Literature and Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese,
     Korean, Russian or Spanish                                                    104 Points		                                                                               £12,700
     BA (Hons) English Literature and Creative Writing                             104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) Film, Media and Popular Culture                                     104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) History                                                             104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) History and Politics                                                104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) Liberal Arts                                                        104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) Philosophy                                                          104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) Politics                                                            104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) Politics, Philosophy and Society                                    104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) Religion, Culture and Society                                       104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) Sociology                                                           104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     BA (Hons) Transatlantic Studies                                               104 Points at A2 A Level		                                                                 £12,700
     Postgraduate
     MA Religion, Culture and Society                                              2:2 Honours Degree                           Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 6.5   £13,200




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      LANGUAGES

     Undergraduate
     BA (Hons) Asia Pacific Studies with Chinese, Japanese, Korean or Russian          104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Business Management and Chinese                                         104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) English for International Corporate Communication                       2 years HE experience and 2 years language study of English and ideally business at diploma/A Level         £12,700
     BA (Hons) English for International Corporate Communication and German,           2 years HE experience and 2 years language study of
     Japanese, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, French or Korean                     English and ideally business at diploma/A Level		                                                           £12,700
     BA (Hons) International Business Communication                                    At least 2 years of undergraduate study in a field related to English Language and/or Business in English   £12,700
     BA (Hons) International Business Communication and Arabic, Chinese, French,       At least 2 years of undergraduate study in a field
     German, Japanese, Korean, Russian or Spanish                                      related to English Language and/or Business in English		                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Middle Eastern Studies                                                  104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Modern Languages - Arabic and French, German or Spanish                 104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Modern Languages - Chinese and German or Spanish                        104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Modern Languages - French and Chinese, German, Japanese, Korean,
     Russian or Spanish                                                                104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Modern Languages - German and Korean or Russian                         104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Modern Languages - Japanese and Arabic, Chinese, German, Korean,
     Russian or Spanish                                                                104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Modern Languages - Spanish and German, Korean or Russian                104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) Modern Languages for International Business (Arabic, Spanish, French,
     German, Japanese, Korean or Russian for International Business)                   104 - 112 Points at A2		                                                                                    £12,700
     BA (Hons) TESOL and Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean,
     Russian or Spanish                                                                104 - 112 Points at A2                                    Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 6.5       £12,700
     Postgraduate
     MA TESOL with Applied Linguistics                                                 2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                           £13,200
     MA Asia Pacific Studies                                                           2:1 Hons Degree  Overall IELTS 7.0 with no element below 6.5                                                £13,200
     MA English Language Teaching                                                      2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                           £13,200
     MA Intercultural Business Communication with Placement                            2:1 Hons Degree		                                                                                           £13,200
     MA Interpreting and Translation                                                   2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                           £13,200
     MA North Korean Studies                                                           2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                           £13,200
     MA TESOL with Applied Linguistics                                                 2:2 Hons Degree		                                                                                           £13,200
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