How to apply
How to apply for Short Courses
If you are interested in attending one or more of these courses, please submit the following documentation:
100 words explaining why you want to take this course/s and how you think it will add value to your future aspirations.
100 words explaining what you think you could bring to the class including any relevant previous experience (if any).
- Accounts form - Please complete this form if you are not being funded by a UCL Department. To receive an invoice for course payment, you will need to be set up as a new UCL customer. Please complete the "Customer Details" section of this form. If you don't have a Customer Registration Number (i.e.Business Registration Number) or VAT number, then please put 'n/a' for this section. The credit limit on the form does not necessarily reflect the invoice amount as it is a maximum limit set for your new account with UCL.If you already have a UCL customer number (i.e. you've previously been invoiced by UCL), then you don't need to complete this form again, but please provide your customer number with your application. If your details have changed since you were last invoiced, please submit the updated invoice information with your application.
Applicant requirements to apply
- You must be living, working or studying in the UK to be eligible to apply for the UCL Advances short courses.
- You must have a completed undergraduate degree or at least 2 years work experience. Please include this information in your statements.
For the submission of applications or for further information, please contact Laura Connor.