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Apply Postgraduate study - how to apply We want to help you with all stages of the admissions process. Find out how and when to apply for a postgraduate course at Keele.
The particular entry requirements for each course are given in the individual postgraduate course listings. As a general rule, you will need the equivalent of a UK honours degree at second-class standard or higher and if English is not your first language you will need to provide an appropriate qualification.
Staff will be happy to advise on the acceptability of your qualifications before you apply. International students please also see the relevant section.
Looking for general advice about studying a Postgraduate course? Anyone applying from a country where English is not the first language is required to show evidence of English language competence, obtaining at least an IELTS score of 6.
Each course page has a link to the application form for that particular course see the 'apply' links at the top left of each postgraduate course page.
There is no application fee. The online application will allow you to complete your personal details and enter your qualifications those completed or those you are still studying for.
When you make an application you will be given a web login to allow you to track the progress of your application, and submit any further information required prior to the submission of your application. Full details are given on the website.
Please note that we encourage you to apply as soon as possible, and before you complete any qualifications required for entry, including English language tests where appropriate. You will need to include a personal statement, explaining why you are applying for the particular course and including details of any relevant work or professional experience.
You will need to supply Keele University with originals or certified copies of relevant qualifications before you will be allowed to enrol at Keele. If you are an international applicant there is further information about agents and visas on the pages for international applicants.
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