How to Apply University of London 2019
How to Apply University of London, All applicants for an undergraduate degree program at SOAS must apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service UCAS. The UCAS form allows you to apply to up to five institutions or degrees.
Applications for 2019 entry should be submitted to UCAS between 24 May 2018 and 30 June 2019.
We aim to either make a decision on your application or provide correspondence related to your application within 20 working days of your receipt of a SOAS acknowledgment email. We will consider the whole application: your past and expected academic profile, your references, and your personal statement. Some departments may wish to interview suitable candidates.
SOAS is happy to consider applicants who hope to take a year out to gain some particular experience or to participate in projects, particularly if relevant for your selected degree and/or career. You should apply in your final year of school or college, and indicate on the UCAS form that you wish to defer your admission. There is a special section in the form for deferral, which you must remember to complete.
If your plans are relevant to your degree choice, it is advisable to mention them in your personal statement. Please note that you may only defer for one year; if you wish to delay your study by another year, you will need to make a new application through UCAS. Please note: an offer with outstanding conditions cannot be deferred.
If you wish to transfer from another UK university to SOAS, either to continue a similar program at SOAS or to start another program, you must do so through UCAS. It is often feasible to grant exemptions from part of the program at SOAS in respect of previous learning, although scholars are always expected to complete 2 years of study at the School. Each case is looked at individually: you should give full details of your school qualifications, the modules you have taken at university and the examinations you have passed there. We also expect an academic reference from your current university tutor to be included in your UCAS application, which should comment on your suitability for the proposed transfer and provide a prediction of your expected level of achievement if your studies are on-going. In exceptional circumstances transfer from a non-UK university will also be considered.
Applications from disabled students are considered using the standard academic criteria regardless of any disability, and any related information supplied is treated as confidential. You are encouraged to disclose any disability that you may have, as this will help us to work with you and plan for your support needs and for any adjustments the School may need to make.
Mature students (over 21)
We welcome applications from those who are considering returning to education after a break. Each application will be considered individually on its own merits, and experience, if relevant, may be considered in place of formal qualifications. If you have been out of formal education for some time or left school without the necessary qualifications, you may be advised to consider an option such as an Access to HE Diploma as our normal entry requirements will not automatically be waived in such cases.
If you gain a place, you may also wish to attend a one-week bridging course during the summer prior to the start of your studies. This program is designed to familiarize you with studying at SOAS.
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