We are here to help you through the admission process. The information below gives an overview for each type of course that we offer, but we are always happy to give extra guidance to applicants, so please contact the Admission Office if you have any queries before or during your application.

If you are an international student, please also read the guidance on the visas and immigration page within the international section of this website.

Admission office

020 7631 0190

Undergraduate courses

Undergraduate applications are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

The link below leads to UCAS’s guidance pages, telling you all you need to know about making an undergraduate application.

Postgraduate taught courses

Applications to postgraduate taught courses may be made through UCAS, guidance pages for which can be accessed through the UCAS postgraduate applications link, below.

Alternatively, you may apply to us directly using our own application form. Should you apply directly then the following process applies:

  1. Complete an application form and submit it, along with the accompanying documents, to the Admission Office by e-mail or by post.

  2. Upon receiving your application we shall check that the documentation is satisfactory before issuing an offer or a rejection. If your application is incomplete we shall request further information before proceeding.

  3. If you receive a conditional offer then you are then required to meet the conditions stipulated therein and supply the Admission Office with evidence as necessary before you are accepted onto the course.

  4. Once you have met the conditions of your offer we shall send you confirmation and request payment of an enrolment deposit, equal to 25% of the tuition fee for home students and 50% for international students. The remaining balance is to be paid in instalments over the course of the academic year.

  5. Upon receipt of the enrolment deposit we shall send you an acceptance letter as confirmation of your place of study at Amity. If you are an international student your confirmation shall take the form of your CAS letter. The CAS letter contains our sponsor license number and a unique CAS number which you will need in order to apply for a visa.

Postgraduate research courses

Doctoral applications have a separate admission process which involves the submission of a research proposal and the pairing of potential students with a suitable supervisor.

For a guide to applying, please see the doctoral applications page within the research section of this website.

Application data

The University will use the details you provide on your application, together with additional details provided by any referee and recorded following any interview process.

Amity will process the personal information provided on your application and the other information referred to above for the purposes of identifying you, processing your application, verifying the information provided, deciding whether to offer you a place and communicating that outcome (together with any feedback).

We may also use or disclose the information provided for the following statutory or public interest purposes:

  • To prevent or detect fraud.

  • For equal opportunities monitoring.

  • To help us to make reasonable adjustments for any disability, as requested by you.

  • To provide statutory returns required by applicable legislation.

  • For research and statistical purposes (which may include the receipt of applicant surveys), but no information which could identify you will be published.

We store your personal information for as long as necessary to complete the application process. If you are successful, your information will be kept as part of your student record for the duration of your studies. If you are unsuccessful, your information will be kept for one year after the completion of the application process.