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How do I change my application from part-time to full-time study or vice versa?

Please note than not all courses are available for part-time study - consult individual programme pages|. Part-time registration is intended only for those who need to spread their studies over a longer period because of outside commitments.

Due to visa restrictions, it is not usually possible for applicants from outside the EU to study part-time.

If you are a MPhil/PhD student further restrictions apply. Documentary evidence will be required before we can allow you to register as a part-time student. You will be eligible to register if you are in one or more of the following categories:

  • employed or self-employed in London for at least 15 hours a week in normal office hours
  • registered as unemployed and are over 25 years old
  • retired from regular employment
  • with children under school age or if you are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person
  • a full-time member of staff of the School

Taught (MSc) students can apply to study the course part-time provided it is offered in this mode - consult individual programme pages|. Students from outside the EU are still subject to any visa restrictions. For MSc Finance FT/PT please complete the new programme choice form|.

If you are an MPhil/PhD applicant wishing to change to part-time study, you must send us documentary evidence of your eligibility (e.g. a letter from your employer) before the change can be approved. Please use the ne|w information form| to do this.

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  • By submitting this form, you authorise us to rely and act upon all apparently valid instructions as properly authorised by you, even if they may conflict with any other mandate given at any time concerning your affairs. We may refuse to act on an instruction, for example if we know of or suspect a breach of security. You must make sure that any instruction is accurate and complete and we are not liable if this is not the case.

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