Open Days at UCA
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Welcome to UCA’s Open Day!
Prof. Bashir Makhoul Vice-Chancellor
Thank you for registering to attend an Open Day at the University for the Creative Arts. Coming to visit us is the best way to really get a feel for the place where you may be spending the next few years as a student. It’s your opportunity to speak face-to-face with academic staff and current students, and find out everything you want to know about UCA – the course that you’re interested in, our accommodation, our facilities, our community and our culture.
This guide gives you information about the event, including how to plan your day, talks you can attend and good questions to ask, as well as details about our campuses, local areas and accommodation. Have a look at this guide before your visit and make sure that you have the opportunity to explore the campus where your course is located and the town where you could be living as a student. If there’s anything you would like to know about UCA and our courses, please feel free to ask any member of the UCA team.
Plan your day
An Open Day is your opportunity to have a look around our campus and discover what we have to offer here at UCA. You’ll have lots to do, so to get the most out of your visit it’s important to plan your day in advance. When you register and get your free tote bag, we’ll also give you a timetable with all the up-todate details of what’s going on, and where and when the talks will be taking place. Some of the main highlights of the day are: –– Attending a Welcome Talk –– V isiting the course talks you have expressed an interest in –– Attending a fees and finance talk –– T aking a tour of the campus and accommodation –– Attending a portfolio advice session.
You should also make sure you have time to talk to our students and staff on campus, take a break with a free drink in the refectory and perhaps have a stroll into the town centre. Places to eat on the day
Our refectory on campus will be open all day if you would like to eat on campus, or alternatively there are many choices in the town – all of our campuses are located close to a vast selection of eateries, offering options for every budget and exclusive student deals.
Our Student Ambassadors
Throughout the day you’ll see our Student Ambassadors dotted around the campus ready to help and answer any questions you have about studying at UCA. Each student is fully trained, knowledgeable and brimming with first-hand experience of uni life. You’ll see them giving tours and directions, too.
“When I came to an Open Day I spoke to lecturers and went to talks about the university and courses available. I got a really good feel for the uni and all the information I received on the day was helpful and inspiring.” Sarah Barnes, Fashion Journalism UCA Epsom
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Based in a busy, historic student city, our Canterbury campus benefits from easy access to local exhibition projects and spaces such as the Turner Contemporary Gallery, as well as its own dedicated facilities. Our Canterbury campus is a short walk from the city centre and has a range of purpose-built studios, workshops and lecture theatres. The campus offers courses in Architecture, Fine Art, Illustration and Animation, and Graphic Design. It’s also home to a vibrant Further Education department that runs popular Foundation Diploma, Extended Diploma and Access to Higher Education Diploma courses. Alumni from the campus include: –– O scar-winning filmmaker and designer Arnold Schwartzman OBE –– J ustin Bere, innovative architect and most influential person in UK sustainability, 2010 –– A ward-winning children’s illustrator, Babette Cole –– Iconic album cover artist, Roger Dean –– The creator of Rupert Bear, Mary Tourtel –– J ames Burgess, Ministry of Sound DJ and sound engineer.
Canterbury students aim and achieve high while they study, too — current and recent students have won awards from the Royal Institute of British Architects, exhibited in the Turner Contemporary and designed skyscrapers in London. Many, too, continue their studies through to postgraduate level. With on-campus accommodation, a café, a newly-refurbished bar and a range of art facilities including a specialist library, an art shop and the Herbert Read Gallery, our Canterbury campus is a relaxed and creative environment to study in.
“I chose UCA Canterbury for the city itself, it’s a beautiful and bustling historic place with wonderful architecture on display. Alongside that, I found the intimate design studios on campus and agendas of the School of Architecture interesting and that has helped me evolve personally and professionally.” Daniel Stilwell, MA Architecture UCA Canterbury
Discover the city
Leisure and the arts
Canterbury is an unexpectedly small city with a big student population – being home to three universities makes it a lively place, with no shortage of entertainment or good food.
Canterbury’s two theatres (the contemporary Marlowe, and the Gulbenkian on the University of Kent campus) offer a wide programme, including opera, musicals, theatre, dance, music, pantomime and stand-up comedy.
Canterbury at a glance… –– Masses of student appeal –– Vibrant international art scene –– Steeped in history –– Over 80 restaurants and pubs –– Great for hopping across the Channel.
Many of our graduates find that Canterbury offers a lot towards helping them carve a career in the arts. We’ve created exciting links within Kent’s vibrant international art scene with festivals, grants, paid apprenticeships, studio spaces and internships available for art and design students and graduates in the area. Nightlife
You’ll find dancing, DJs, comedy, cocktails, live bands and more – Canterbury has an eclectic mix of laid-back pubs, lively clubs and popular bars offering nights out to appeal to all tastes. You’ll also be within easy reach of London, as well as the towns of Ashford, Maidstone and Rochester if you fancy exploring further afield. Shopping
If you’re in need of some retail therapy, Canterbury’s Whitefriars shopping centre brings you the best in fashion and lifestyle brands, while the King’s Mile, Westgate and St Dunstan’s are just a stone’s throw away and offer a range of specialist and individual outlets. If you’d rather browse more unusual and retro products, head for the independent craft and gift shops, boutiques and galleries in Herne Bay and Whitstable.
The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge offers an array of unusual collections, and for something a little off-beat, there are the Bagpuss and Rupert Bear displays at the Canterbury Heritage Museum. You might also come across the Canterbury Festival, held in October – a major international arts festival that brings a rich mixture of performing arts from around the world.
“I chose UCA because I wanted to study in a creative and diverse environment where I could be inspired and motivated by other disciplines within art and design. I considered the environment during my interview – Canterbury is a great historic city which I immediately felt comfortable in when I visited.” Antonia Adjei-Mensah, MA Architecture UCA Canterbury
Our Epsom campus is a modern, well-equipped collection of studios and facilities set in a picturesque town within easy reach of London. Living and studying at our Epsom campus, you’ll be immersed in a hub of creativity – the perfect place to let your talent run wild and create the extraordinary. Our Epsom campus is home to our Business School for the Creative Industries, offering a range of fashion, management, financial and marketing courses alongside graphic design and music. Through our Business School, you’ll have access to influential professionals, job prospects and potential employers, and with multiple technical and industry facilities on site, you’ll have a truly amazing study experience. Students from our Epsom campus have worked on a wide array of projects for well-known brands before graduating — our fashion courses have industry connections with Ted Baker, Topman, Red or Dead, Adidas, Puma, Givenchy, Ralph Lauren, French Connection and L’Oreal to name only a few. Our fashion students have also worked on industry-level projects including custom clothing for Florence and the Machine. They have had notable success at the Graduate Fashion Week, with many winning awards. Students on the Fashion Journalism course have undertaken placements with the likes of Vogue, Elle, Love Magazine and Dazed & Confused — and have continued on to careers with Harrods, John Lewis, Oasis and Bloomingdales.
Our music students have also benefitted from strong industry connections such as Kerrang!, Mojo, NME and The Guardian and graduates are now working for organisations like Radio 1, Vie and Absolute Radio. You might have seen some of our graphic design students’ work, too — on Nescafé coffee tins in 2016 and 2017, a project that has been a success two years in a row. Must-see on campus: The print room has an excellent collection of tools varying from the traditional screen-printing to the modern process of laser-cutting, and is always worth a visit.
“I came to an Open Day and it certainly made a difference as I wasn’t going to go to a university blind. The facilities, location to London and staff made my mind up.” Mason Terrill, Graphic Design UCA Epsom
Discover the town
Previously voted one of the top ten most desirable places to live, Epsom has a friendly, community-focused feel.
There are over 30 pubs and bars in and around Epsom, and plenty within walking distance of the university. You can head to a ‘proper pub’ for a craft beer, a lively Latino-themed cocktail bar or the ever-popular local Wetherspoons hangout for more budget-friendly prices.
Epsom at a glance… –– O nly 30 minutes from London via direct train to Waterloo or Victoria –– Active local art scene –– Over 60 bars and restaurants –– World-famous racecourse venue
Leisure and the arts
–– Ample parks and open spaces.
The Epsom Playhouse is a must if you’re in the mood for theatre, offering opera, dance, drama, comedy, light entertainment, variety, popular shows and more.
Popular with professionals, students and families alike, Epsom is a welcoming and sociable town, located at the edge of the Surrey Hills. Only a stone’s throw from London, it’s the perfect place to live and study. With a huge choice of bars and restaurants, great shopping, a multiplex cinema, nightclubs and much more, the town has bags of entertainment appeal. The town has a vibrant arts scene, boosted by exhibitions and activities organised by Surrey Arts (Surrey County Council), Surrey Contemporary Arts and Surrey Artists. The local youth service has a strong arts presence and works hard to promote new talent – you’ll often see student work showcased in many venues across the town.
For a change of scenery, a short trip to London will leave you spoilt for choice.
As well as its famous horse races, the Epsom Downs Racecourse also plays host to regular antique fairs, summer concerts, nights out and family fun days.
"One of the best things about studying at Epsom is the social life - friendships and connections form really quickly and naturally."
Bill Baker, Music Journalism
With over 60 restaurants and pubs to choose from, many of them offering student deals, you can enjoy a night out that won’t break your budget. Decide between big name food chains or one-off speciality restaurants.
Our Farnham campus has a long history, going back more than 45 years as a respected art and design institution. We offer a variety of courses on this campus, ranging from glasswork and ceramics to film and animation. There are many exciting and star-struck stories that have come out of our Farnham campus. Students before and after graduating have completed work experience with big names like Harry Potter, Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie and Corpse Bride, and Simon’s Cat. Students and graduates have achieved great success far and wide, from winning Oscars and BAFTAs to meeting Stephen Hawking. Alumni from the campus include:
A big part of beginning a strong creative career is industry experience, and students in Farnham have that in spades — they have secured internships at well-known companies such as Ubisoft, Sony and EA through the games design courses; Cartoon Network, Boomerang, BBC, Paramount and Working Title in the film courses; and Private Eye, The Times and Reuters through journalism to name just a few. The campus has an extensive range of up-todate resources for students to use, including glassblowing furnaces, radio and TV studios, a cinema, darkrooms and metal and wood workshops. Any student can have an induction in any one of these, and include the practices in their work.
–– D irector of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Godzilla, Gareth Edwards –– C reator of the Meerkats from Compare the Meerkat, Darren Walsh –– Animator and Peppa Pig creator Mark Baker –– M ark Waring, lead animator on Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr Fox and Isle of Dogs –– L inda Barker, TV Presenter and Fine Art alumna –– Oscar-winning animator, Michael Dudok Du Wit –– D irector of BBC’s Poldark and E4’s Misfits, William McGregor –– O scar-nominated writer and director of ParaNorman, Chris Butler.
“I attended an Open Day which definitely swayed my decision to attend UCA. Visiting the university, seeing the course facilities and the campus and exploring Farnham, I felt in the right place.” Alice Andrew, Photography UCA Farnham
Discover the town
Leisure and the arts
While you’re here, be sure to take the time to stroll into Farnham and discover what the beautiful town has to offer. It’s a pretty Georgian market town with quaint cobbled streets, a variety of independent shops and a rich arts scene, all nestled in the beautiful Surrey countryside.
Farnham enjoys a long-standing association with the creative industries and is crammed with art galleries, venues and craft shops. The town and borough councils both support the thriving arts culture and work with local organisations to develop local craft and projects within England’s Craft Town.
Farnham at a glance…
Let the Farnham Maltings inspire you. This creative organisation works with artists and communities to encourage people to make, see and enjoy the best art possible. With an excellent community arts venue, the Maltings hosts three craft festivals a year and a diverse programme of events and activities, including theatre, cinema, music, dance, comedy and workshops.
–– Craft Town status –– Welcoming creative community –– E xcellent public arts venue – the Farnham Maltings, where we also hold classes for the Acting course –– C lose to London – direct train to Waterloo in just under an hour –– 12th century castle.
The town also benefits from being right next to Bourne Woods – the backdrop of many blockbuster films such as Thor, Harry Potter, Avengers, Gladiator and many more. Places to eat
From fry-ups to fine dining, you’re spoilt for choice in Farnham. You can take your pick from coffee shops, pizza houses and bistros as well as quirky, independent cafés and restaurants. Farnham has roots in the brewery trade too, so it’s no wonder that there are also over 50 pubs to choose from and plenty within walking distance of the campus. As the mood takes you, choose from a 16th century tavern with local ales and an open fire, regular live music gigs in a shabby-chic pub or a contemporary chain bar offering late-night resident DJs and cocktails.
Join the local community for an assortment of outdoor festivals and events throughout the year, such as the annual duck race, carnival, community games and fireworks fiesta. Or while away a lazy afternoon at the free ‘music in the meadow’ events held every Sunday throughout the summer.
“The countryside is beautiful, refreshing and inspiring and you end up knowing everyone, yet there are so many more people to meet. The uni becomes a network of creatives and the place where you meet your best friends for life.”
Sport and recreation
With a public leisure centre and a number of privately run gyms, you’ll be able to enjoy your favourite sporting hobbies or some luxurious health spa treatments. And, if you love the outdoors, you’ve got the fantastic expanse of Farnham Park right on your doorstep. 18
Sophie Correa, Acting UCA Farnham
Perched high on a hill, our purpose-built Rochester campus enjoys great views over the town and the River Medway. The campus is a creative hub for students studying a rich variety of courses in fashion, photography, product design and digital animation. Our students have progressed to work for major brands such as Stella McCartney, Jigsaw, House of Fraser and River Island in the fashion industry and our photography students have had their work published in The Sunday Times Magazine and with Dewi Lewis Publishing. Graduates have also made props and costumes for blockbuster movies including Thor: The Dark World, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Dark Knight Rises, Spectre and many others. Courses in Rochester also benefit from incredibly strong industry links, with students having the opportunity to work with the BBC, ITV, Pinewood Studios, The Royal Opera House, Marc Jacobs, John Lewis and Getty Images. With halls of residence only five minutes away and a range of exceptional facilities, including an art shop, the Zandra Rhodes Gallery and the unique Gerber Suite, our Rochester campus offers you a genuinely inspirational study experience.
UCA Rochester is also close to Maidstone TV Studios, where you can study BA (Hons) TV Production. The majority of the course is taught at the studios, with some lectures held at our Rochester campus. Students on this course can apply to stay in Rochester halls and have access to all the facilities on the Rochester campus, including student services, the library and equipment hire.
“Student life at the Rochester campus is superb. There are lots of great facilities, including a huge canteen, various stores which are always very social and a diverse library where I’m always bumping into friends from other courses as it’s the heart of the campus.” Sam Lane, Contemporary Jewellery UCA Rochester
Discover the town
Leisure and the arts
While you are here, be sure to take the time to stroll down the hill into Rochester and discover what the beautiful town has to offer. It may be a small town but it’s certainly big in character – with loads of activities on your doorstep, this location is perfectly suited to the student lifestyle.
Whether it’s arts, dance, exhibitions, lectures, festivals, music, theatre or film, you’ll find your tastes are catered for. With over 30 days of free festivals and over 600 events every year, Rochester and its neighbouring towns will keep you fully entertained. Browse Visit Medway for a full list of events.
Rochester at a glance… –– O nly 40 minutes to London by direct train into Charing Cross, St Pancras or Victoria –– Tight-knit student community –– Hub of creative arts organisations –– Great place for a night out.
Rochester is an historic town with a modern twist. Charles Dickens lived here for much of his life, and you’ll find places that pop up in his books still sitting among the town’s characterful streets, shops and ancient buildings today. You’ll be bowled over by the energy and creativity radiating from its vibrant arts and music scene, too. Through exciting and inspiring events and exhibitions, local creative talent is nurtured and residents and visitors can revel in a range of inspiring and innovative arts and cultural experiences. You can spend your free time strolling around the local flea market or heading down to the river for some water sports. Nightlife
By night, Rochester’s impressive selection of bars and clubs becomes the main attraction for the student community. As the mood takes you, head to a wine bar with a lively vibe, sink into a comfy sofa in a cosy lounge or hang out at a grungy pub with live music. Or you can wrap up the night dancing to the resident DJ set at the best club in town – the choice is yours.
UCA Rochester is at the centre of a busy community of creative arts initiatives. Organisations such as Nucleus Arts and The Deaf Cat Gallery and Studios produce, promote and retail the very best in contemporary design, craft and media, making Medway a phenomenally vibrant centre for all creatively minded people. Medway’s Arts Development Team also stages the annual Fuse Medway Festival which transforms the streets and open spaces with free arts events.
“I was given the opportunity to meet so many inspirational people, explore myself as a designer and visit some amazing places. UCA has the best facilities and also taught me how to work and how the fashion industry operates.” Lauren Ward, Fashion Design UCA Rochester
O accomm All the halls on UCA campuses are self-catering, and you’ll have your own study bedroom with a bed, desk, chair, wardrobe and blinds or curtains. You’ll need to bring your own sheets, pillow and duvet, and your own personal possessions to make it feel homelier. Each house or flat has a shared kitchen/dining area, so make sure you bring pots, pans, cutlery, crockery, tea towels, and so on. We aim to house as many new full-time students as possible who want to live in university accommodation, in line with our allocation policy. From the March of your year of entry, and once you have had your offer firmly accepted, you can apply for accommodation through the Applicant Portal, which will also have information on residents’ fees and periods of residence.
Our modation We advise you apply for your accommodation as early as possible. You can indicate the accommodation and type of room you’d like and we can take these into account, although we can’t guarantee to offer your first choice. Be sure to take an accommodation tour – check the Open Day timetable for more information. For more on accommodation, visit the Accommodation office during the Open Day or go to: uca.ac.uk/life-at-uca/accommodation
Canterbury UCA Canterbury has two university accommodation options: Ian Dury House, which is located on campus and is a purpose-built development which includes nine flats, each housing six students. All bedrooms are en-suite and there is a shared kitchen facility in each flat. Hotham Court is around a 20-minute walk from campus and can accommodate 107 students. It offers flats of single-study bedrooms with a mix of en-suite and shared facilities.
â€œI lived in Hotham Court during my Foundation Diploma. I had so much fun there, I met so many people on different courses and as a foundation student, the social atmosphere was great.â€? Connie Latham, Architecture UCA Canterbury
Epsom UCA Epsom has four halls of residence, offering a total of 209 rooms:
Ashley Road is conveniently situated in town, less than half a mile from the campus and comprises six flats of up to seven students, accommodating 28 students in total. Each unit has shared bathroom, toilet and kitchen facilities.
Worple Road is situated on campus and can accommodate up to 58 students, consisting three blocks of flats of up to eight single student bedrooms. All rooms have en-suite facilities including shower, toilet and washbasin.
Crossways House, East Street is a new, off-site accommodation housing up to 99 students and only a ten-minute walk from campus. Each flat has up to eight bedrooms offering en-suite facilities and a shared kitchen.
Wilberforce Court is situated next to campus and houses up to 70 students. It comprises 12 selfcontained flats on three floors, with between four and seven study bedrooms per flat.
“I absolutely loved living in halls and I would recommend it to every student – it’s a wonderful experience where you get to meet lots of new people who are from all sorts of places and have different types of personalities.” Laviea Thomas, Music Journalism
Farnham UCA Farnham has on-campus halls of residence – the Norman Taylor Student Village. The Student Village features purpose-built houses and flats for up to 345 students with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities. Each house has its own kitchen, toilet and shower facilities and accommodates up to eight students in single-study bedrooms, each with its own washbasin.
“I loved the sense of community; the houses/flats were a mixture of courses so you immediately get to know people from all over the uni. It was nice having all your mates just a few doors down. You didn’t have to worry about things like paying separate bills just yet because it was included with your rent. Halls also meant that you still had the assistance of the porters if something wasn’t working and the wardens around for a watchful eye.” Emily Langdon-Smith, Animation UCA Farnham
Rochester There are halls of residence at Doust Way, which is situated by the beautiful River Medway and is about five minutes’ walk from Rochester railway station. All 215 rooms are single-study rooms with en-suite bathrooms and are furnished with a bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, under-bed storage and a noticeboard. If you’re looking to study the TV Production course at Maidstone TV Studios, you can also apply for accommodation at Doust Way.
“It doesn’t feel like a school, it feels like a huge community that comes together to learn in their own awesome way.” Julie Mason, Computer Animation Arts UCA Rochester
Fees & finance Getting the most out of a creative arts education sometimes involves spending more than just the tuition fee. You’ll have books to buy of course, as well as covering the printing costs for your research or written work. Other expenditure might relate to a field trip, project materials or the costs involved in participating in a final degree show or an external showcase event such as Graduate Fashion Week. It’s important that you know what additional costs you will be expected to pay for when you start the course and what support is available to you from UCA.
Our Fees and Finance talk will answer some of those questions, including: –– Do I have to pay my fees up front? –– When do I have to repay my student loan? –– W hat support is available from the government? –– H ow do I apply for grants and government loans? –– What scholarships are on offer? –– W hat other financial support is available to me at UCA? When you enrol, you’ll be able to talk to our fees and finance team at the Gateway to find out more about different aspects of university life and how to pay for them, including: –– Accommodation –– Bills –– Insurance –– Food –– Socialising.
Portfolio guidance An important part of applying to UCA for most of the courses we have is your portfolio – the work that you show at the interview after you apply. We offer a portfolio advice talk on our Open Days to make sure that you know exactly what we expect when you come for your interview – check the timetable on the day for details. We’ll explain what a portfolio is, what type of work you should include and how to present your portfolio at interview. Find out more The course pages at uca.ac.uk provide clear guidance on what we’d like to see in your portfolio for each of our courses.
“The portfolio is the first opportunity we get to see who you are as an individual applying to join one of our courses, so within the portfolios we’re looking for that sense of your identity.” Dr Terry Perk, Associate Head of School, Fine Art at UCA Canterbury
We’ve also put together a set of videos talking you through the process: uca.ac.uk/study/portfolio-advice
Questions to ask
To help you get the information you need, we’ve listed some key questions you may want to ask during the Open Day. And don’t forget – it’s a good idea to pose some of these questions to Student Ambassadors (current students who will be on hand to help at the Open Day) as well as the academics and staff, to make sure you get a rounded perspective of university life. About the course: –– W hat’s the selection process, and what does UCA look for in the application and personal statement? –– How much contact time will I get on the course? –– How will I be assessed? –– A re there core/optional units available and how much can the course be tailored to my individual interests? –– Is this course more theoretical or practical? –– Is there an opportunity to study abroad? Career prospects:
–– Is accommodation guaranteed in the first year? –– W hat is the accommodation like on and off campus and how near is it to campus and the town? –– Will I need to move in and out each term? –– How secure is the accommodation? –– W hat help is there to find accommodation in Years 2 and 3? Questions to ask the Student Ambassadors: –– W hat are the facilities, teaching staff and support links like? –– What is the local area like? –– Do you feel safe and comfortable here? –– W hat clubs or societies are there to get involved in? –– W hat made you choose this university and are you pleased you did? Considering the financial impact:
–– How will this course boost my employability?
–– W ill I be able to balance my degree with part-time work?
–– D oes the university offer work placements and industry links, and is there help available for finding placements?
–– W ill I need to buy equipment or course materials?
–– What careers have previous graduates gone into? –– What careers guidance facilities are available?
Living at UCA:
–– What financial support services are offered?
How to apply
The course you choose determines how you apply – this could be through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) via ucas.com or directly to us at UCA, using the ‘Apply Now’ link on the course page on our website: uca.ac.uk Pre-degree applications
To guarantee that your application is considered for a full-time UCA undergraduate course starting in September 2019, you must apply by the UCAS equal consideration deadline of January 2019. We can usually consider UCAS applications received after this date but please be aware that places on some courses may be limited and may close to new applications from 15 January.
We encourage you to apply between December and March, as this is when the majority of our Applicant Days take place.
Our website will confirm whether we are still accepting applications after 15 January 2019.
We guarantee that we’ll consider all applications received by the end of March, and applying at this time will also give you plenty of time to prepare for your studies.
If you are from outside the EU and you are only making an application to UCA, you can apply directly via our website using the ‘Apply now’ link on the course page. If you are applying to other institutions, you should apply through UCAS for undergraduate courses.
You should apply directly to UCA for: –– A ccess to Higher Education Diploma Art & Design –– Diploma in Art & Design – Foundation Studies
For more information please check:
–– Extended Diploma courses
–– International Foundation in Art, Design & Media.
–– Graduate Diploma: Art & Design
You should apply via UCAS for all full-time undergraduate courses, or directly to us for parttime undergraduate courses. For more information on applying, please visit: uca.ac.uk/study/how-to-apply Applications to UCAS can be submitted online either through the UCAS website or through your school or college using the Apply system from midSeptember the year before the course begins. For further information, visit: ucas.com
You should apply direct to UCA for: –– Pre-sessional English. Support for disabilities To help us meet your needs, we recommend that you declare any disability on your UCAS or UCA application. This will help us to take appropriate action to support you. UCAS institution & course codes –– The UCAS institution code for UCA is C93 –– The UCAS institution name is UCA –– T he campus codes are C (Canterbury), E (Epsom), F (Farnham), N (Royal School of Needlework), R (Rochester).
Disclaimer Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this prospectus, which is believed to be correct at the time of publication (September 2018). The University reserves the right to introduce changes to the information given, including the addition, withdrawal, relocation or restructuring of any programmes. The information in this prospectus is subject to change and does not form part of any contract between UCA and the student and his/her sponsor. For up-to-date and more detailed information on any of our courses and studying at UCA, please visit uca.ac.uk 1092-0818
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