Oxford Brookes University Admissions
While most undergraduate courses require application through UCAS, some applicants should apply directly to the University if they are applying for:
- January entry onto a full-time course
- part-time study
- associate study
- the Foundation Diploma in Liberal Arts or the International Foundation Diploma
Specific course entries will also indicate whether you should apply directly instead of through UCAS.
Applicants applying directly for undergraduate courses should use the University application form (PDF, 175 kB).
Important: this form may only be used for undergraduate January entry, part-time study, and some foundation courses. All other applicants must apply through UCAS and incorrect applications will be returned.
Fill out the form, including references, statement of purpose and, if applicable, proof of English language proficiency.
Send the form to:
Oxford Brookes University
Once we have received your application, we will forward it onto the relevant Admissions Officer. For some courses you may be invited to attend an interview. The Admissions Officer will then assess the application and return the form with a decision to the Admissions Office. The decision will be processed and an offer letter will be sent to you, with a reply slip for you to complete and return.
Entry in September 2015 or January 2016
Once you have completed and returned your application form to the Admissions Office, the Admissions Officer will assess your application. You will be notified of the result of your application by letter.
You should apply using the M2 Associate Student Application Form. You can request this to be sent to you by emailing the Admissions Office or telephoning them on +44 (0) 1865 3040.
Once you have completed and returned your M2 Associate application form to the Admissions Office we will forward it to the Admissions Officer for assessment. You will be notified of the result of your application by letter.
Before you apply, make sure you read the entry requirements for undergraduate courses.
Learn more about part-time and associate study.