Full-time and part-time applicants (MA, MSc, MBA and MRes taught programmes)
Applicants may apply online at UKPASS - the UCAS online applications system for postgraduate programmes in the UK. Applicants need to complete the registration process before creating their application online. Full details are on the website located at www.UKPASS.ac.uk
If you are unable to complete your application online, it is possible to apply direct to the University by completing the Direct Entry Application Form. The application form is available online and on request from Course Enquiries and Admissions.
It is in the best interests of all applicants to apply as soon as possible and before the deadline (31 May 2017). While late applications can be accepted throughout the remainder of the application year, the University reserves the right not to consider applications received after the deadline if the course has already reached capacity.
If there are insufficient acceptances at the published closing date (31 May 2017) to make a course viable, the University reserves the right to close the course. If applicants have received an offer for any course described in this prospectus, but the University discontinues the course prior to registration, the University will notify offer holders by 7 June of the year of entry and will use reasonable endeavours to provide a suitable replacement course.
Postgraduate Certificate in Education
PGCE Primary (full-time and part-time applicants) and PGCE Secondary Religious Education (full-time and part-time applicants)
All applications should be made via UCAS Teacher Training – the UCAS online application system for graduate teacher training programmes in the UK. Applicants will need to complete the registration process before creating their application online. Full details are available on the UCAS website:
Applications can be made via UCAS from the autumn of the year prior to entry and although there isn’t a formal deadline, we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
MSc Social Work
Students looking to apply to the MSc Social Work course, need to apply via UCAS. Applications will not be accepted via UKPASS or Direct Entry.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL – formerly known as AP(E)L)
Applicants who wish to apply for advanced standing (exemption from part of a programme) based on previous study and/or experiential learning may apply for RPL. Please note that any credits or marks gained from previous study shall not be counted in your final result as your award is calculated solely on the credits and marks accumulated while registered at the University of Winchester. Please refer to the RPL Policy
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