Admissions to all the undergraduate programmes at ukadia institutions are processed through UCAS
Each institution has its own admissions policies and approach to the recruitment of students to its courses.
As well as the formal application documents, most look to a range of material evidence that aspiring students can provide to demonstrate their real work achievements and their potential as an arts practitioner. This material can be provided through various media depending on the subject. Examples include a portfolio of art work; CDs, video or other digital material; a live audition or workshop.
Further information is available on preparation for interviews, making a portfolio and attending auditions.
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N.B. From September 2009 for undergraduate students applying to start in 2010, there are a range of changes to the admissions process to bring together arrangements which were previously described as Route A and Route B. Find out more >>>