Prospective student FAQs
What is DMU @ Your Local Institution?
It is a network of partner colleges and institutions which teach DMU courses. Students enrol on a DMU-validated course, which is delivered by the partner college or institution, and upon completion are awarded a DMU higher education award qualification.
Why should I study a DMU @ Your Institution course
Because you can take advantage of the facilities and resources of both institutions, class sizes tend to be smaller, with a stronger community spirit, and some students find studying while living at home cheaper.
What courses do you offer?
In total we offer over 20 different courses for you to choose from.
Who are your partner colleges and institutions?
Currently DMU works with a network of over 20 UK and Overseas partners some of whom we have been working with for more than 20 years.
Will I be a student of the university or partner college/institution?
Both. You will be enrolled on a course that is validated by DMU and taught by the partner college/institution which means you will be enrolled as a student at both institutions and can take advantage of the facilities and resources of both.
How long has DMU @ Your Local Institution been running?
For more than 20 years and as a result we have developed a high level of expertise within the university and forged great relationships with our partners to ensure best-possible experience and support for students.
How do I apply for a DMU @ Your Local Institution course?
If you are applying for a full-time UK based course simply complete a UCAS application, if you are interested in studying part-time apply directly to the college/institution offering the course. Likewise, for overseas students, please contact the partner institution direct.
How much are the fees?
Further information on 2016/17 fee levels can be found here
How many students are studying DMU @ Your Institution courses?
In the 2015/16 academic year there were approximately 2,000 students studying at our partner colleges/institutions which represented about ten per cent of all DMU students, making them a significant body within the DMU student community.