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Guaranteed opportunity for progression to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at a historic UK university

In partnership with

2019-2020


ONCAMPUS is proud to work in partnership with the University of Reading to offer high-quality university preparation programmes for international students on the University campus. The University of Reading is an outstanding educational institution, with an internationally renowned reputation for the quality of its research and the excellence of its teaching, positioned 29th in the UK by the QS World University Rankings 2019. Established in 1892 as a University of Oxford extension college, the University was granted its Royal Charter and full university status in 1926; the only university to be awarded a charter between the two world wars. In the decades since, the University has become a world-leading research-intensive university, known as an innovator and pioneer for pushing academic boundaries and leading social change. In easy reach of central London, the University has invested over ÂŁ500 million in its award-winning campuses in the last decade to create new top-class student accommodation, as well as state-of-the-art teaching facilities. It was voted by students as having the joint 3rd best campus environment in the UK in the Times Higher Education (THE) Student Experience Survey 2016. ONCAMPUS Reading offers a unique opportunity for international students to prepare for their degree study, with guaranteed opportunity for progression to this world-class institution celebrating over 90 years of excellence as a university.


Contents About University of Reading University of Reading highlights

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Faculties and progression degrees The School of Arts and Communication Design

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The School of Economics 10 The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development 11 Boosting your employability

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About ONCAMPUS How ONCAMPUS works

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Our programmes: Undergraduate Foundation Programme

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Master’s Foundation Programme

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About student life Guide to Reading 24 Campus life

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Accommodation

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Student support

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Applying Next steps and application form

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Checklist

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About

University of Reading

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About University of Reading

Highlights

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95%

of graduates are in employment or further study within 6 months (DLHE 2016)

Ranked UK Top 10 Most Popular Green Spaces

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Reading

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Top 20 for student experience in the UK

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Reading’s new £850 million mainline train station has direct rail links to many of the UK’s major cities and is just a half hour journey from London’s Paddington station. The closest airport, London Heathrow, offers a direct RailAir coach service to Reading, which takes about an hour.

(2017 Green Flag People’s Choice Award)

98% of research of international standing & 27% ‘world-leading’

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Awarded the distinguished Queen’s Anniversary prize in 2011

Studying Arts and Communication Design Taught by practitioners, editors, curators and experts known worldwide for the impact of their work

The School of Arts and Communication Design at the University of Reading is home to a vibrant 24-hour studio community with state-of-the-art facilities, well-equipped studio space, a student-run gallery and a commercial student-supported design and print studio.

The University pioneered the teaching of film studies in British higher education more than four decades ago, while the Department of Typography and Graphic Communication has remained one of a kind in a British university for over 30 years. Taught by practitioners, editors, curators and experts known worldwide for the impact of their work, you will have access to industry-standard resources and the latest technologies for research and teaching. The location of the University makes it easy to visit some of the world’s most renowned galleries and museums. As a University of Reading student, you’ll have opportunities to go on field trips and undertake

relevant work placements that give you genuine insight, encouraging you to innovate and develop the skills employers demand. Specialist facilities include: digital media suites, an audio-visual studio, wood and metal workshop, photographic darkrooms and the £11.4 million Minghella Studios with its cinema, three theatres, suite of cutting rooms, specialist sound editing/ recording facilities, and fully equipped production studio.

£11.4m invested in the Minghella Studios for the Department of Film, Theatre & Television 08

*Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey 2016-17


Degrees you can progress to Students who meet the required criteria will have the opportunity to progress onto one of the following undergraduate degrees at the University of Reading:

Undergraduate degrees ONCAMPUS PROGRESSION PATHWAY: ART AND DESIGN

PASS MARK FOR PROGRESSION (ACADEMIC MODULES): 40-60%

SINGLE HONOURS DEGREES

JOINT HONOURS DEGREES

BA Art

BA Art and Film

BA Film

BA Art and Film and Theatre

BA Film and Theatre

BA Art and History of Art

BA Graphic Communication

BA Art and Theatre

ENGLISH LEVEL REQUIRED (OCTOE - INTERNAL ASSESSMENT): 70%

BA Theatre

Master’s degrees ONCAMPUS PROGRESSION PATHWAY:

PASS MARK FOR PROGRESSION (ACADEMIC MODULES): 40-60%

ART AND DESIGN

ENGLISH LEVEL REQUIRED (OCTOE - INTERNAL ASSESSMENT): 70%

MA Creative Enterprise (Art/Communication Design/ Film/ Theatre)

MA Fine Art

MA Communication Design (with pathways in Book Design, Information Design, Typeface Design and a general pathway)

MA Research Typography and Graphic Design

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world’s largest and most significant Samuel Beckett library

for research in Typography & Graphic Communication*

90%

of Arts & Communication Design undergraduates find work or enter further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey (DLHE) 2016-17)

*Times Higher Education Institutions Ranked by Subject, 2014, based on its analysis of REF 2014 – Art and Design: History, practice and theory: B – Typography & Graphic communication

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The Department of Economics at the University of Reading is internationally renowned for producing world-class research through the development of economic theory, use of advanced econometric modelling, and application to a wide range of public policy areas. Their research has realworld applications and feeds into the teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

Your master’s study modules are informed by research, ensuring that The University is ranked what you learn is topical, 10th in the UK for its relevant and has practical research impact for Business and Management implications. As a master’s student you Studies (Times Higher will typically spend six Education Institutions to eight hours a week in Ranked by Subject, 2014, lectures and be supported based on its analysis of in classroom seminars REF 2014), with 100% of studying alongside both research impact and academics and industry research environment judged to be world-leading professionals. or internationally excellent. (Research Excellence Framework, 2014). international agencies like the UN.

A number of the University of Reading’s academics are involved in research that informs the policy decisions of governments, major multinational organisations and

Master’s degrees ONCAMPUS PROGRESSION PATHWAY: ECONOMICS

MSc Business Economics

PASS MARK FOR PROGRESSION (ACADEMIC MODULES): 40-60%

ENGLISH LEVEL REQUIRED (OCTOE - INTERNAL ASSESSMENT): 65%

MA Public Policy

MSc Economics (requires an undergraduate degree in Maths or Economics.)

*QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017

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About University of Reading

The School of

Agriculture, Policy and Development

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for Agriculture, Forestry and Food (Guardian University Guide 2019)

Studying Applied Economics, Food Marketing and Development Finance The 2018 QS World Subject Rankings, ranked Agriculture and Forestry research 6th

The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE) is an established centre with excellence in postgraduate teaching.

As a student in GIIDAE, you will be taught by academics with a leading reputation and wealth of experience in your chosen topic.

On joining one of these programmes you will benefit from internationally recognised teaching and research expertise within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, where GIIDAE is located.

As part of your postgraduate study, you will have the opportunity to attend lectures and sessions with international experts in economics and marketing. You can learn about the dynamic research in this area being done at Reading and other institutions.

The quality of programmes is designed around this interdisciplinary environment, which allows reflection on the real life complexity of challenges that global communities and businesses face when aspiring to a sustainable future.

Master’s degrees ONCAMPUS PROGRESSION PATHWAY: ECONOMICS

MSc Agricultural Economics

PASS MARK FOR PROGRESSION (ACADEMIC MODULES): 40-60%

ENGLISH LEVEL REQUIRED (OCTOE - INTERNAL ASSESSMENT): 65%

MSc Food Economics and Marketing

MSc Development Finance

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About University of Reading

Boosting your

Employability Where do Reading graduates find success?

Professional partnerships

impact of Reading graduates is limitless. Graduates can be found at organisations including:

BFI (British Film Institute)

The University has excellent links with a wide range From topping the music charts of large national and to presenting the BBC’s ‘Meet international recruiters. the Ancestors’, designing Employers you could connect the London 2012 Olympic with include: medals or establishing luxury beauty retailer Space NK, the Arts Council England

Adobe Typekit

Christie’s

IBM Design

Microsoft

BBC

British Library Chisenhale Gallery Cinemateca Brasileira (Brazil) Fujitsu

Work experience As a University of Reading student, you’ll be encouraged to focus on your future from the moment you arrive, and every undergraduate is given the opportunity to take on a work placement, ranging from a few weeks to a whole year at companies such as: Deutsche Bank Frieze Art Fair ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), London Seoul Institute of the Arts

HSBC ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), London

Penguin Random House

Information Design Association (IDA) Monotype

Tate

RFT (Reading Film Theatre) Studio Voltaire, London Tate Modern

Whitechapel Gallery

Victoria and Albert Museum

94% of graduates in work or further study six months after graduating (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey (DLHE) 2016-17)

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Additional year of study Expert guidance on which equivalent to 13 years of UK degree to progress to study for undergraduate degree One-to-one support sessions Demonstrate academic level to Faculty visits and meetings meet university requirements

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Outstanding teaching and support

A proven track record of success

Part of the University from day one

Through every step of your journey with us, you will be supported by highly qualified teachers and support staff, both in and outside the classroom.

ONCAMPUS is part of Cambridge Education Group, one of the UK’s leading university pathway providers since 1952.

The ONCAMPUS Reading centre is located at the heart of the London Road campus, close to all the University’s facilities.

Your personal tutor will meet with you regularly to ensure you are on track to pass the programme and progress to your chosen degree. Your personal tutor is also there to help you with any issues you might have inside or outside the classroom.

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Cambridge Education Group was the first private institution to offer university foundation programmes in the UK in 1985, and successfully prepares hundreds of students for the UK’s top universities every year.

You will receive a University library card enabling you to borrow books from the University’s extensive collection and giving you access to the library’s excellent study spaces. You will meet your course leader at the University before you start your degree, and have the opportunity to try out some of the excellent facilities.


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Your route to a degree at University of Reading ONCAMPUS Reading offers students a guaranteed opportunity for progression onto undergraduate and master’s degrees at the University of Reading.

Pre-university

Undergraduate degree

3 terms

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Master’s Foundation Programme

Undergraduate Foundation Programme in Art and Design

Master’s degree

Single honours degree in Art and Design subject

Joint honours degree in Art and Design subject

Quality assured ONCAMPUS Reading is reviewed regularly by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), which is responsible for maintaining standards across the UK university system.

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About ONCAMPUS

Undergraduate Foundation Programme (UFP) in Art and Design This programme provides a guaranteed opportunity for progression to Year 1 of the University of Reading’s undergraduate degrees in art, design, film and theatre.

Degree progression route Pathway Undergraduate Foundation Programme in Art and Design (3 terms)

Art and Design

Modules

English

Visual Communication

Design

3 terms English language level

Entry criteria English level: From 5.0 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 4.5. Academic requirements:

11-12 years Successful completion of 11-12 years of schooling with good grades. Please see the website for academic entry requirements. Guideline minimum age:

17+ (Must be 17 at the start of the intended degree programme). Progression also subject to any further criteria for admission to the University of Reading set out in the University’s Admissions Policy and available on the University’s website. This ratio may vary depending on subjects studied.

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IELTS 5.0

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Pass mark for guaranteed opportunity English level required to progress from (OCTOE - internal modules assessment) 40% in academic modules 60% in design module

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Progressing to undergraduate degree starting in

23 September 2019 – 07 June 2020

£5,165

£15,495

September 2020

06 January 2020 – 14 August 2020

£5,165

£15,495

September 2020

Dates and fees

All programmes are subject to a £300 registration fee and £2,200 refundable deposit. An Under 18 Supplement applies to all students under the age of 18 at the start of their programme. For more details see page 29 and visit www.oncampus.global/about-us Note: Modules are subject to availability and you will be guided onto the best combination of academic modules for your intended degree when you arrive at ONCAMPUS Reading. For more information on module content visit our website www.oncampus.global. Students may need to purchase additional specialist materials throughout the course.

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About ONCAMPUS

Master’s Foundation Programme (MFP) This programme provides a guaranteed opportunity for progression to the University of Reading’s master’s degrees in art, design, film and theatre or economics, public policy and development.

Degree progression route

IELTS 6.0

IELTS 5.5

Pathway Master’s Foundation Programme (3 terms)

IELTS 6.5

Modules

Art and Design

English

Contextual Studies

Analysis and Practice

Postgraduate Skills Development

Research Project

Economics

English

Economics

Quantitative Methods

Postgraduate Skills Development

Research Project

3 terms English language level

Entry criteria English level: From 5.0 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 5.0 Academic requirements:

Degree Bachelor’s degree (with minimum 2:2) or equivalent from a recognised university. Please see the website for academic entry requirements. Guideline minimum age:

21+

Progression also subject to any further criteria for admission to the University of Reading set out in the University’s Admissions Policy and available on the University’s website www.reading.ac.uk.

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IELTS 5.0

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23 September 2019 – 07 June 2020

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September 2020

06 January 2020 – 14 August 2020

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£15,495

September 2020

Dates and fees

All programmes are subject to a £300 registration fee and £2,200 refundable deposit. Note: Modules are subject to availability and you will be guided onto the best combination of academic modules for your intended degree when you arrive at ONCAMPUS Reading. For more information on module content visit our website www.oncampus.global. Students may need to purchase additional specialist materials throughout the course.

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About

Student life


About Student Life

Guide to

Reading The University of Reading provides a safe, beautiful environment in which to study, with a strong community atmosphere and everything you need on your doorstep. Off campus, there’s even more to discover: a buzzing town, with great nightlife and stunning English countryside in easy reach.

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The School of Arts and Communication Design is based on the beautiful, award-winning Whiteknights campus, which provides the perfect backdrop to your studies with plenty of green space to relax. Lecture halls, classrooms and state-of-the-art learning resources are all within easy reach of each other. University students benefit from 17 IT suites, over 400 PCs and campus-wide Wi-Fi access.

The Library, which is currently undergoing a £40 million redevelopment, provides dedicated subject librarians, over one million books, 300,000 eBooks, 35,000 journals, group discussion rooms and silent areas. The historic London Road campus, also the ONCAMPUS base and one of the University’s original campuses, has been transformed following a £30 million redevelopment into a new teaching environment for the 21st Century. It offers full Wi-Fi coverage, computer labs and the Eat and Drink cafe/bar serving hot and cold food every day.

University students benefit from 17 IT suites, over 400 PCs and campuswide Wi-Fi access

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The University was voted as the second best student experience in London and the South East Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2016

As a University of Reading student you can enjoy SportsPark which features extensive indoor and outdoor facilities, including the 145-station VO2 fitness studio with specialist dance and exercise studios, squash and tennis courts, a large multipurpose sports hall, synthetic turf pitches, playing fields and purpose-built floodlit pitches.

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Living in Reading

Accommodation Accommodation guaranteed until 31 JULY Rent is from £3,000 per term* and includes utility bills

Your home at university is a place to live, study, relax, meet new friends and socialise. ONCAMPUS Reading offers safe, secure, high-quality, en-suite accommodation five minutes’ walk from the University of Reading’s London Road campus and the Oracle Shopping centre and 15 minutes’ walk from Whiteknights campus and Reading train station. Bus links are right outside your door

Key features: Wi-Fi Cycle storage available on site Rent is from £3,000 per term* and includes utility bills

*Rent stated is approximate Please visit www.oncampus.global for further details.

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which means the outskirts of Reading are also very accessible. You’ll enjoy an en-suite room, which has a private shower room with sink and toilet, a three-quartersized bed and a large Wi-Ficonnected study area. Your shared fitted kitchen and living area is an ideal space to relax with your flatmates.

Shared kitchen

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Under 18 Supplement

Student Cover

Under British Law, anyone under 18 is legally classed as a child and such students often have different needs for welfare and support. ONCAMPUS provides a range of extra tailored services covered by the under 18s supplementary fee, which is automatically added to the student’s account. Students have access to experienced welfare personnel who provide both academic and emotional support before and after arrival, as well as an independent guardian from the professionallyaccredited College Guardians initiative.

It’s essential for international students to take out adequate insurance while studying. ‘Student Cover’ has been created in partnership with Endsleigh, the UK’s largest student insurance provider. With both standard and premium options, Student Cover is specifically designed to meet your needs while studying with us – from the time you set off to the moment you arrive back home. For more information about Student Cover visit www.oncampus.global/insurance

For more information about the Under 18 Supplement visit www.oncampus.global/about-us

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About Student Life

Student

support We know international students have different needs from those already in the UK, so that’s why we’ve designed a comprehensive student support system that ensures you feel supported every step of the way.

Before you arrive

Induction

Once you’ve confirmed your place at ONCAMPUS, we’ll help with a whole host of things such as visas, what to expect on arrival in the UK, insurance and how to get to the centre. We’ll provide information on accommodation, finance and things to bring with you, from essential forms and certificates to advice on extra clothes for winter!

The induction week at ONCAMPUS is one of the most important weeks in helping you to settle in. You’ll meet new friends, pick up your timetable, meet your personal tutor and academic teachers and tour the centre.

Our fabulous pre-arrival app contains all sorts of useful information for you to download before you arrive at ONCAMPUS.

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There’s lots to do before your lessons start and alongside the fun things there might also be a little bit of form filling too…


Elected by you, our student ambassadors represent the views of students and help shape and influence student experience in collaboration with centre staff

Faculty visits, experience days and campus tours help you settle into student life

Throughout the year Our support before you arrive is just the beginning. Not only do you have access to all the standard things you’d expect – your own personal tutor, small tutor groups and our online academic platforms (such as Moodle) – you’ll also find the following: • Academic support: We’ll make sure you stay on track with your study plan, meeting any targets and setting up additional academic support if you are struggling in any area. • University integration: To prepare you for a smooth progression to the University of Reading, there is plenty of activity to make you feel part of the University from day one. Heads of Faculty presentations and Faculty visits, experience days, campus tours and the ability to join sports and social groups are just a few. • Monthly activity calendars: We have lots of exciting organised activities, published every month, for you to join in with as little or as much as you like.

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Applying

Next

steps 1

Submit your application by one of the following methods: • Online: www.oncampus.global Email: admissions@oncampus.global • Fax: +44 (0)1223 346181 • Post: Admissions Office, ONCAMPUS, Kett House, Station Road, Cambridge, CB1 2JH, United Kingdom Please remember to include all relevant documentation: • Academic transcripts (with translations if not originally in English) • Evidence of English level • Passport. Additional documentation may be required depending on the course. Our Admissions team will contact you should this be the case.

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Our Central Admissions team will review your application. We will send you an offer letter which will list any outstanding conditions. We will remove any conditions that have already been met. If we think the course is not right for you, we will suggest an alternative. If we have any queries about your application, we will contact you for further information.

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To accept your place on the course you will need to meet all the remaining conditions, including payment of the deposit/ registration fee or proof of government sponsorship. We can only confirm your place once all conditions have been met, although once the deposit is paid we will hold a place for you. Please note that if you require a visa to study with us, you may need to provide additional evidence to comply with the visa regulations in the UK. These are the requirements of the government and not of ONCAMPUS. Your assistance in meeting these requirements is much appreciated.

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Once you have paid your deposit and met all the conditions of offer, we will confirm your place and send you a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) or a Certificate of Enrolment (CoE) if you do not need a CAS. If you need a visa, you will need to use your CAS/CoE to support your visa application. Please note a CAS can only be issued three months before the start of the course.

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We will send you pre-arrival information. The accommodation application form will be included in the pre-arrival information. You should complete the form, selecting your preferred option, and return it to ONCAMPUS Reading by email to liveinreading@oncampus.global

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You will then need to apply for a visa if you require one to study in the UK. It is your responsibility to obtain a visa before you travel to join the course. If you do not have a valid visa for studies in the UK, you will not be able to join the course. You are required to pay at least the 1st term’s tuition fees before you begin your studies at ONCAMPUS. You should arrive on the weekend before the start date of the course, please check your CAS or CoE for further details. London Heathrow is the closest international airport to ONCAMPUS Reading. You can transfer to your accommodation by Tube, train, coach or taxi. Please be advised that public transport is the cheapest option, please refer to pre-arrival information that we send you for more details.

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ONCAMPUS READING

APPLICATION FORM Apply ONLINE at www.oncampus.global/apply or return this form to: Admissions Office, ONCAMPUS, Kett House, Station Road, Cambridge, CB1 2JH, United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)1223 345698 Fax: +44 (0)1223 346181 Email: admissions@oncampus.global Please write neatly using BLOCK CAPITALS in black ink or typescript. Incomplete application forms submitted without ALL the supporting documents will delay the decision process.

1. Use of agent (if none, please proceed to section 2) Please complete the details below and see section 15 of the Conditions of Enrolment which can be found at www.oncampus.global/terms Representative name Branch

2. Personal details (must be completed) Title (Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms etc) First name(s)

Family name

Date of birth (dd/mm/yy)

Age on entry

Nationality (as passport)

Gender

Country of permanent residence Home address

Parent address (if different)

Postcode

Postcode

Country

Country

Mobile phone number (incl. country code)

Mobile phone number (incl. country code)

Telephone number (incl. country code)

Telephone number (incl. country code)

Student email

3. Payment of tuition fees  Self  Parent/ Guardian  Company sponsor

 Government sponsor

5. Disability/special needs If you have a disability, impairment or medical condition which may affect your studies please provide details below.

I consent to ONCAMPUS processing my/the student’s disability, impairment or medical condition information provided as part of this application. Signature of student:

Signature of parent/legal guardian:

You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time by emailing the ONCAMPUS data protection officer on DPO@ceg-uk.com

5. Criminal convictions Do you have any criminal convictions?  Yes  No (Your enquiry cannot be processed if you do not complete this section)

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Applying

Checklist Before sending the application, please ensure you have: Completed the application form in full and signed it Enclosed your academic qualifications Enclosed a copy of your passport and copies of previous UK visas Enclosed copies of transcripts for all your relevant qualifications (with certified English translated copies if in any other language) Provided an explanation of any gaps in your academic record e.g. CV (if applicable) Enclosed a certificate for a Secure English Language Test such as IELTS Read the Student Cover insurance policy document (if choosing this option) at www.oncampus.global/ insurance, or if not choosing Student Cover that you have included proof of alternative insurance.

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HEAD OFFICE Cambridge Education Group Kett House, Station Road, Cambridge, CB1 2JH, United Kingdom Telephone: +44 (0)1223 345698 Email: admissions@oncampus.global Web: www.oncampus.global Fax: 44 (0)1223 346181 CENTRE ADDRESS ONCAMPUS Reading G01 Greenbank Building University of Reading London Road Reading RG1 5AQ Information in this brochure is correct at time of issue in December 2018. ONCAMPUS and the University Partner reserve the right to alter, reschedule or close courses which do not remain viable; students will be informed. Please check our website at www.oncampus.global for updated information.

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