Once you have completed an application form, please submit it to the correct Admission Teams along with scans of your supporting documents via email, post or in person at the International Office.
When you submit an application form you must remember to include photocopies of the following supporting documents. We do not need to see your original qualifications and certificates.
A completed application form signed by you (an electronic signature is fine)
Copies of your official academic qualifications and certificates, including proof of your level of English Language (where relevant)
A one-page personal statement. This should tell us why you want to study your chosen course.
A copy of your current valid passport details
Please submit copies of any UK Visa that you have held and any documentation relating to previous visa refusals from any country
Watch Sarah Bryans explain how the Admission process at Bedfordshire works:
Apply online or through an Agent
You can also apply directly by using our online application form, or indirectly via an official representative in your country.
Apply online now for 2019/20 courses starting from 1 August 2019 to 31 July 2020
Apply using an agent in your country. For a list of representatives and their contact information, please check the bottom of your country page
If you would like to post your completed form or are able to bring it in person, our address is:
University of Bedfordshire International Admissions International Office University Square Luton,Bedfordshire LU1 3JU United Kingdom
BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies Level 3 and MSc Advanced Nursing Studies are available to overseas students - please contact International Admissions
Healthcare, Nursing and Midwifery students - many of these courses are not available to overseas students due to UK immigration law in regard to bursary funding. Please contact International Admissions to find out if you are eligible to apply.
*Please note that international students studying on a Tier 4 Student Visa must choose a full-time Undergraduate or Postgraduate course and are not eligible for part-time study.
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