Before applying, make sure to research the academic entry requirements for your course, which you can find on the entry criteria section of your course page.
Apply via an agent
You may choose to apply through any of DMU’s contracted agents in your country. They will assist in applying.
Apply directly via the DMU Application Portal
You can apply directly to DMU via the DMU Application Portal. The application checklist provided below will help you to apply directly. For assistance in using the portal, see the Online Portal guidance document.
UCAS (University and Colleges Admissions Service) is an online application system where you can apply for undergraduate courses at DMU using the Institution Code: DEM/D26.x
You need to submit your latest academic transcripts for the application to be considered. Some courses in the Arts, Design and Humanities faculty may require a portfolio as part of the application. More information can be found on the portfolio advice page.
Proof of English language proficiency
For the full list of suitable documents, please visit the country-specific entry requirements page and your course page.
Your personal statement will usually be about 500 words. As well as telling us a bit more about you as an individual, you should explain your motivations for pursuing your desired course at DMU and in Leicester, and how the course will benefit your career or academic aspirations.
Applicants with a two-year gap in their undergraduate education or a five-year gap in their postgraduate education are generally expected to submit an enhanced personal statement.
You may also be asked to complete an EPS if you have previous visa refusals, or your application is perceived to carry a high risk.
However, if you are a sponsored student by a government body, or, if you are a national of one of the countries listed in UKVI's Countries of Differential Evidence, you are exempt from submitting an EPS.
Generally, a referee will be somebody who has known you in an academic or professional setting.
Your referee must explain why they think you will be suitable for the course. It should include the date, your details and the details of the referee along with their signature.
The contact email address of the referee must be an official email address and not a personal one (for example, Gmail).
Copy of your passport
A scanned copy of your passport will be required to proceed with your application.