The University of Suffolk is committed to ensuring an inclusive approach to people aspiring to higher education and aims to provide higher education to anyone with the potential to benefit. The Office of Admissions takes into account all aspects of each candidate’s profile: academic, professional and personal, with a view towards admitting all those who are eligible for higher education, show strong potential and determination for career success and can contribute to a rewarding, collective educational experience.
The entry requirements for postgraduate admission are:
Applications from nonstandard applicants are welcome and will be considered individually.
* Entry requirements may vary depending on the programme of study. For more information please contact the Admissions Office, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Students who hold a recognized UK Level 7 related qualification or have completed related postgraduate modules at an accredited institution and wish to gain advanced standing into a postgraduate programme may apply for RPL (Recognized Prior Learning) provided that the learning outcomes of their award satisfy those of the equivalent levels of the master’s programme for which they seek admission. The recognition and hence transferability of credits is subject to the University of Suffolk’s RPL policy and requires the submission of official transcripts and module descriptions.
** Recognized Prior Learning is available on some programmes only. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office, email@example.com .
By submitting an application form and the supporting documentation, a student declares that the information supplied on the form or otherwise in connection with their application is complete and correct and that the giving of false or incomplete information, or submission of falsified or fraudulent qualifications/transcripts may lead to the refusal of the application or suspension or expulsion from the programme (without refund) if such fraudulent documentation is revealed subsequent to admission.