Make sure you know which route you want to apply through (standard or non-standard)
Make sure you know what information and documents you need to provide (see checklists)
Make sure you have read all of the available applicant information, guidance and notes
Make sure you create the time and space to think about and complete your application
We are here to help – come in and see us, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +44 (0)20 3870 6666.
Application Route A
Standard Entry (via Academic Achievement)
To apply through the standard entry route (via academic achievement), you will need to meet the entry requirements listed below for your chosen course and provide all of the information and supporting documents outlined in step one and two.
If your qualifications are not from the UK we will use www.naric.org.uk to assess them for equivalency and will ask you to provide translations in English (in addition to the original copies).
Please check our individual course pages for entry requirements.
Do you have questions about your qualifications or our entry requirements? Email email@example.com or call 020 3870 6666
Application Route B
Non-Standard Entry (via Work Experience)
If you do not have a traditional educational background or do not meet the required standard academic qualifications for entry via academic achievement, we may be able to consider your application on the grounds of your professional work experience.
You will usually be required to show that you have more than two years’ professional experience / continuous employment which is current and relevant to the course you wish to study when applying via the work experience route.
To be considered for entry via work experience the process is broadly the same as applying via the academic achievement route and you will need to follow each of the stages of our admission process (steps one to five) as outlined in this guide.
You will also need to provide the following :
APPLICATION VIA WORK EXPERIENCE FORM (in addition to your standard application)
PROOF OF EMPLOYMENT (contract of employment or a recent pay slip for example)
EMPLOYER REFERENCE (on company letterhead / from an official company email address)
PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES (professional development or training you have completed)
CV (including all work experience, especially the roles you are basing your application on)
DIGITAL PHOTO (with your face in focus, comprising your head and shoulders)
When applying via this route, it is essential that you can demonstrate to both our Admissions and Academic teams how your experience is relevant to the course you wish to study and how the course will in turn support your careers goals and aspirations. They will evaluate whether your experience gives you the same level of knowledge and skills as those apply via the standard route.
The documents and information that you provide will be used at every stage of the process, and in particular during your academic interview, to confirm that your experience is relevant to the course and that you will be able to cope with the demands of your chosen course. Therefore, you must submit the information listed above BEFORE you can be invited for academic interview.
Applying via Work Experience
Do your research – this will help you decide which course you want to apply for and why
Understand the course – how does your experience link to key course themes and modules
Don’t assume anything – list all experience / knowledge gained through your employment
Keep it relevant – no link to the course content, don’t include it or describe how it’s relevant)
Take your time – provide your documents and include everything you want us to look at
Visit one of our applicant advisors to get feedback on your experience and to ensure that you submit the strongest possible application. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3870 6666 to arrange your Work Experience Review today.
Personal Statements (All Applicants)
When applying to Regent College London, you will need to submit a personal statement. Many applicants find writing their personal statement the most difficult part of the application process.
Writing Your Personal Statement
Read our tips for writing a personal statement
Draft your personal statement in Word, save it, then send it to our advisors for feedback
Make sure you are well rested and not distracted when you draft your personal statement
Remember what you are writing – keep it relevant to your chosen course and career goals
If you are unsure or have questions about applying, email email@example.com or call 020 3870 6666.