English language requirements for study
For 2020 entry, English language requirements are being reviewed and will be confirmed by August 2019.
You need to achieve required levels of English to qualify for a place on your chosen course/programme.
Different courses/programmes need different levels of language skills. We refer to these skill levels as ‘profiles’. The profile for your chosen course/ programme is shown on the course/programme page.
The tests and levels you need to achieve to meet the requirements are on each profile page.
English language proficiency tests should have been obtained within two years of the start date of your programme/course.
You do not need to have reached the required level before you apply.
We will look at your academic qualifications and decide what offer we will make you. If you haven’t yet reached the required English level, we will give you a target grade to meet as part of your offer.
What you need to do
If you have the required level
If you have the required level, you must include it in your application. You do not need to do anything else.
If you have started but not completed the required level
If you haven’t reached the required level in English language for your course/programme, you will be given a target grade in your offer.
You will need to provide a valid English language qualification showing you have met the required target grade.
If you don’t have the required level
If you don’t have the required level you could try one of the following:
Language profiles for Undergraduates and Postgraduates
Select a profile to view full requirements: