The University of Central Lancashire welcomes students from the West Indies.
We have a strong partnership with West Indies as in 2012, the School of Forensics entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of West Indies, which ran until 2014. Not only this, but in 2015 our Institute for Black Atlantic Research proudly hosted a symposium to celebrate the launch of Caryl Phillips new novel 'The Lost Child', a prequel to Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights'.
Please note the requirements below are indicative only
YR0. GCE A levels may be taken and standard entry requirements should be used.
Community College Diploma may be acceptable.
Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) Six Caribbean Examination Council, Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) at Grade V (5) or above.
They may be 6 individual units, 3 double units or a combination.
Subjects required for entry should be taken as a double unit.
(The CAPE Diploma is awarded for the successful completion of at least six CAPE units, within a five-year period. CXC Associate Degree is awarded for the successful completion of at least eight CAPE units within a five-year period. Before 2016, seven CAPE units were required to get the CXC Associate Degree.)
Minimum English Language Requirements
Standard English language entry requirements - IELTS 6.0 or equivalent.
Caribbean Examinations Council (CSC) English Grade C or above.
(GCE O levels may also be taken and are acceptable).
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How to apply
We welcome applications from all international students. For information and forms for undergraduate and postgraduate applications, please visit our how to apply section for international students.