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International applicants

We welcome applications from candidates with good degrees or alternative qualifications. In general, you will need to have the equivalent of a UK first or upper-second class honours degree from your country. Entry requirements vary between the different programmes and the Grade Point Average (GPA) marks/overall percentage will also vary.

Students are requested to submit their certified University transcripts (translated into English), with their application. The list on the right gives an indication of the qualifications we consider from some of our key countries.

Sample entry requirements for entry onto Masters programmes 

 

Africa
Bachelors degree with a minimum Second Class Upper (2:1) from a recognised institution
Australia   Good Bachelors Honours degree (four years) 
China  Minimum average of 80% in Bachelors degree (four years study) from a recognised university
India  First class Bachelors Honours degree (minimum 60-70% depending on institution and subject area) from a recognised institution
Indonesia S1 (Sarjana) with good GPA (usually 3.0 from a good university)
Japan Good Bachelor degree usually a minimum of 75% from a recognised university
Kazakhstan Good Bakalavr from a recognised university with a minimum average of 4/5.
Malaysia Good Bachelors Honours degree
Middle East Bachelors degree with a minimum GPA of 2.8/3.0 and 3.4/5.0 from a recognised institution
Pakistan

Bachelors degree (four years) with a minimum GPA of 3.0/first class from a recognised institution 

Bachelors degree (three years) PLUS Masters Degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0/ first class from a recognised institution

Russia Good Bakalavr from a recognised institution
Singapore Good Bachelors degree
Taiwan Bachelors degree (four years study) with good GPA (usually 75% from a national university; usually 80% from a private university)
Thailand Bachelors degree with good GPA (usually 3.0 from a good university)
Turkey Lisans Diplomasi with good marks
Vietnam Good Bachelors (Tot Nghiep Dai Hoc) degree (usually 7/10) from a recognised university

 

 

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