The easiest way to apply is online. The online application form is simple to complete and you will find an Apply button on the course page. It lets you upload the documents needed to support your application and submit everything together.
Other ways to apply
Where an online application is not available, you can apply for a postgraduate programme at GCU London through the Admissions Office either via e-mail or send your completed application pack by post.
Download document: GCU London Postgraduate Application Form (PDF)
Please send your completed application form above and email with your supporting documents to email@example.com or return by post to:
GCU London Admissions
40- 48 Fashion Street
- Download the PDF document from the above link then save it to your desktop
- Open the PDF on your desktop
- It’s editable and can be filled out on screen
- Save the changes then ‘save as’ with your name
- E-mail the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All applications must be accompanied by supporting documents. Details of specific requirements are given on the programme pages.
Please consult our guide to supporting documents for full information about what you will need.
Please remember that it is your responsibility to ensure that your application is complete, including all supporting documents required where applicable.
If your native language is not English, you will be required to demonstrate your English proficiency by gaining an English language qualification prior to the commencement of your course. Minimum requirements are detailed on the Entry Requirements page, however higher levels may be required for entry onto certain courses.
For international students who do not meet the minimum English language requirements for direct entry to the postgraduate programmes available at GCU London, we offer English language courses to help you improve your English language skills.
Students can apply by ticking the box on page 2 of the application form under section 7. The admissions team will then consider the applicant for a joint offer of a pre-sessional course that would be eligible to them along with main masters programme. Students who receive a joint offer letter and pay the necessary deposit will also receive a joint CAS letter.