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How to Apply

Since a number of our degree programmes fill up quickly, you're advised to apply as early as you can. All applications for our higher education qualifications need to be made through UCAS (Universities & Colleges Admissions Service).

UCAS

If you apply through UCAS you will need to first register with their system. By registering you’ll keep your application secure and you won't need to complete it all at once, instead you can update it until you’re ready to submit.

Before you start you will need to answer a set of eligibility questions. During the process you’ll need to give a reference from someone who knows you well enough to write about you.
UCAS will charge an administration fee which can be paid for either by a credit or debit card.

Here are the UCAS codes you’ll need to apply for a programme at Hadlow College:

Campus Code: H
Institution Code: GREEN G70

University of Greenwich application form

You can apply to the University of Greenwich either by using this online form, or speaking to one of the University's representatives in country.

What happens next?

We’ll arrange a telephone interview with you once we’ve received your application form. This not only gives you the chance to learn more about us but we can find out more about you too.

An important part of the interview is checking if you’re suited to the course and that this is the best course for you. We might suggest another course for you instead.  We’ll confirm your offer in writing and ask you to sign and return the acceptance form. Once we’ve received this we’ll reserve a place for you and send you details of accommodation, finance and fees.
Course enrolment is normally early September. Before your course starts, we’ll send you joining instructions and details of what will happen at the start of term.

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