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UCLan has a global community and welcomes quality applications from international students.

Please apply via the Online Application system 

EU

 

Undergraduate

UCAS Online Application

Guidance Notes (.pdf, 15KB)

If you are experiencing any issues with completing the online application form, please contact uadmissions@uclan.ac.uk

 

 

Postgraduate

UCLan Online Application

 

 

Research Degree Programmes

Research Degree: How to apply

Completed forms should be returned to Iadmissions@uclan.ac.uk

rest of world

 

Undergraduate

UCAS Online Application

UCLan Online Application

If you are experiencing any issues with completing the online application form, please contact international@uclan.ac.uk






Postgraduate

UCLan Online Application

If you are experiencing any issues with completing the online application form, please contact international@uclan.ac.uk

 

 

 

Research Degree Programmes

Research Degree: How to apply

If you are experiencing any issues with completing the online application form, please contact rdegrees@uclan.ac.uk

The University of Central Lancashire is a diverse environment, which brings people into contact with each other in a wide variety of ways.  The University community includes students who are children (those under the age of 18) and vulnerable adults. We have a duty to safeguard these groups of individuals, as well as a duty to provide a safe environment in which our staff can work and all of our students can study and where relevant, live.  We therefore ask all applicants who have accepted a place with us if they have relevant unspent criminal convictions obtained in the UK or other jurisdiction. This is so that we can consider the implications of any convictions, assess any risks to you or others within the University environment and determine whether we can reasonably manage any risks to enable you to take up your place here. Having a relevant unspent conviction therefore is not an automatic barrier to taking up your place on your chosen programme.  Therefore, if you accept an offer the University will ask you to disclose details about relevant unspent convictions and supporting information.