You should apply to Norland through UCAS

Begin your application

UCAS is the UK’s Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. Whether you are a UK or international student, you should make your application to Norland through UCAS.

To make your UCAS application, you’ll need:

Our institution code: N52

Our course code: X310

 

Contact our Admissions team if you have any questions about your application

+44 (0)1225 904050 admissions@norland.ac.uk

The application process

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September

UCAS applications open

Submit your completed application via UCAS to begin your studies the following year (or for a deferred place), using the codes provided above.

October

Norland interviews begin

If you meet our entry requirements, you will be invited to one of our interview sessions, which run from October until we close applications.

January

UCAS equal consideration deadline

To ensure your application to Norland receives equal consideration, you must submit it before this deadline.

March-early April

Emily Ward Bursary deadline

Once you hold the offer of a place to study, you will be invited to submit a bursary application by the deadline to be considered for a means-tested award.

June

UCAS offers response deadline

If you receive all your application decisions by May, you must reply to your offers by the UCAS June deadline, otherwise they will be declined by default.

August

A-level/SQA results day

A-level/SQA results are published in August and conditional offers will be either confirmed or declined, depending on your results.

Meet our admissions team

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Sue Murphy - Admissions Manager

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Rebecca Tidman - Admissions Manager

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