How to apply

The Online Taught undergraduate programmes from the University of London offer you a flexible, contemporary digital learning experience. We encourage applications from students and professionals across the world who are motivated to successfully undertake these programmes. 

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Entry Routes

Entry routes

Standard entry route (BSc degree, 12 courses)

BSc degrees consist of 12 full courses (or equivalent) which can be completed within three to six years when taken through the Standard entry route

Graduate entry route (BSc degree, 9 courses)

Graduates of any discipline can apply to undertake a shorter programme, consisting of 9 full courses (or equivalent). 

Read through the programme entry requirements for more information.

Key Dates

There are four annual intakes for Online Taught Programmes: August, November, February and May. 

We encourage you to submit your application by the priority deadline for your preferred programme, or as soon as it is ready. Our Admissions Panel reviews applications on a rolling basis, so we're ready to evaluate your application when you're ready to submit it.

View upcoming programme deadlines and start dates.

How to apply


Start your application

  1. Start your online application 

    Begin your online application. You can submit your application even if you are waiting to sit an examination or receive your results. We can begin to process your application without all the evidence, although your final decision will be conditional upon you providing all the necessary documentation. 

  2. Submit your application materials 

    This can be done online when submitting your application. This will include your personal statement, transcripts, and optional material such as your CV. Read more about supplying evidence

  3. Verify your identity

    Once you’ve submitted your application, you will also be required to provide evidence of your full name and date of birth.

  4. Wait for the result of your application 

    Once the University of London has reviewed your application, we will contact you by email to advise the outcome of your application. If your application has been successful, we will send you an Offer Letter. 

    Please Note: If your application is not approved during the first review process this may mean we will request additional information before we can confirm you meet our entrance requirements. We may also let you know that we have referred your application to the Admissions Panel. Alternatively we may advise that we cannot accept you using your current qualifications and let you know if there are any other qualifications you can take to meet our entrance requirements. 

  5. Accept your offer and complete your online registration 

    Once you have received your Offer Letter you will be asked to indicate your intent to enrol and invited to complete your online registration. We explain how to do this in the Offer Letter. Once you register you will be given access to your Digital Campus.

For more information on entrance requirements, application materials and deadlines, please visit the Online Taught EMFSS programmes admissions webpage.

Programmes open for application


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