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As we’re a creative arts university, we’ll assess you on your own individual merit and potential to succeed on your chosen course of study with us. While we have minimum entry requirements, we appreciate that not all applicants come to us with standard qualifications and we consider a wide range of equivalent level qualifications from around the world, and professional experience or self-directed learning instead.
It’s true that entry to Falmouth can be competitive, but keep in mind that we consider your unique set of qualifications, skills and experience – we don’t look at grades in isolation. We are most interested in applicants who can demonstrate their skills, their enthusiasm and commitment to their subject. If you think you can do this, we encourage you to apply.
Standard entry requirements
Our standard minimum entry requirements vary according to the level of study you apply for and these are outlined below. We work within the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications (FHEQ)
1) Undergraduate Courses
You will have Level 3 equivalent qualifications, such as A Levels, a BTEC Extended Diploma or a Foundation Diploma. You will also have a portfolio of creative work for some of our courses. If you have studied a relevant subject or qualification, it may help to strengthen your application or your skills or portfolio. However, your application will not be discounted automatically if you have not, unless it is listed as a pre-requisite for study. More information can be found below, under the heading ‘Specific Entry Requirements’.
A typical offer is between 104 and 120 UCAS points, primarily from your Level 3 qualifications. For more information and to see how many points your qualifications may be worth, please see the information under the heading ‘UCAS points’ below.
We will also consider a range of equivalent level qualifications from around the world or current, relevant experience.
2) Postgraduate Taught Courses
You will have a Level 6 equivalent qualification for entry to postgraduate taught level study. Typically, this will be an undergraduate honours degree in a relevant subject area. You will have a demonstrable interest in your chosen subject and the self-motivation required to succeed at postgraduate level.