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Applications to our full-time undergraduate courses can be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). If you haven’t started a UCAS application yet, and only want to apply to us, you can apply directly.
If you are applying for an Undergraduate course through UCAS, the code for the London School of Business and Management is L73 – which you will need to complete your application.
UCAS Undergraduate Apply is now open for 2019 entry. The deadline for applications is 15 January; however late applications are considered, subject to course availability. If you submit your UCAS application by 15 January, you will usually know your offers by the end of March. Read about key UCAS application dates and deadlines.
After applying to the London School of Business and Management through UCAS, applicants are advised to regularly check UCAS Track to see the status of their application.
For queries relating to our admissions processes, you can contact our Admissions Department: email@example.com or by calling +44(0)20 7078 8844.
For direct applications, we will normally aim to respond to your application within 3 working days. Successful applicants who do not require an academic interview will receive a formal offer letter and further information about their course. If we require you to provide further documentation as evidence of your eligibility, and/or for you to attend an academic interview, a member of our Admissions Team will contact you.
Applying for direct entry into the second or third year
If you have completed academic study that is equivalent to the first or second year of the course you wish to apply, it may be possible to join the programme in an advanced stage, at the second or third year, or enter one of our top-up programmes. You can apply through UCAS or directly to us, and you will need to provide a copy of your transcript .
If you do not meet the standard entry requirements
Suitable applicants may also be considered on the basis of relevant experience. This can come from relevant work experience, voluntary activity, independent study and/or recent formal study.
If you do not fulfil the standard entry requirements for your chosen course, but believe that you do have equivalent experience, you are advised to contact the Admissions Department who will be happy to discuss your options.
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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy
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Withdrawal, Suspension and Deferral Policy
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Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for application details.
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