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Postgraduate – Bath Spa University

You can apply for one of our taught postgraduate courses online from the webpage for the course you're interested in.

How to apply

To apply simply hit on the 'Apply Now' on the course’s webpage. You'll need to create an online account.

Don’t have time to complete your whole application? Don’t worry, you can save your application and come back to it at anytime.

Entry requirements are listed on the course's webpage. If you don’t hold a first degree you may be required to provide additional evidence to support your application.

If you don’t meet the entry requirements listed, we may be able to accept your prior learning or experience from outside of formal education. See our Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) page to learn more.

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What do I need?

As part of the online application you’ll need to upload a variety of documents. This may include:

  • Copy of passport
  • Qualifications
  • Portfolio
  • Previous UK visas (if applicable)
  • Reference.

Contact us

Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns: 


You may be required to attend an interview as part of the selection process for a postgraduate course. This is usually a 30-minute discussion of your experience and any work submitted with the application.

Telephone or Skype interviews can usually be arranged for applicants applying from outside of the UK.

Personal statements and AI

We realise that AI tools are already reshaping the way we work and will become integral to many careers.

Tools such as ChatGPT can be helpful to you in helping to brainstorm ideas, improve the structure of your personal statements, and check readability; however, so can a trusted friend or supporter. Remember, your personal statement is your chance to show us who you are – and we expect it to be written by you.

A personal statement written using AI is likely to be less personal and therefore less effective at conveying who you are and why you want to study the course.  If we find that a personal statement has been written using AI, we will consider this plagiarism and your application may be rejected.

UCAS has a helpful guide on AI and personal statements that potential applicants at all stages of their studies could benefit from reading.

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