How to Apply
Applying to the University of Sunderland could not be easier. You should check the Your Country page to see if we have an office or agent near you. If we do they will be happy to assist you with your application.
Entrance onto our courses requires a certain level of English Language. Please see our English Language Requirements list for more information.
Undergraduate Degree, Foundation Degree, Higher National Diploma
If you wish to apply for a first-degree, foundation degree or a Higher National Diploma you can either
- Apply directly through UCAS* at www.ucas.com/apply
- Download the International Student Application Form and the Admissions Policy and apply to us directly. If you receive an offer from us you will them need to register your application with UCAS*.
*is the central agency which acts on behalf of UK universities to process applications.
If you are applying for a Postgraduate Programme then you can apply to us directly by downloading the International Student Application Form or completing the online form.
Disability and specific learning difficulties
If you have a disability or have a specific learning difficulty (SpLD) you should contact the
Disability Admissions Co-ordinator
Tel: +44 (0) 191 515 3551
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
for pre-entry guidance
You can also contact the
Disability Support Team
Tel: +44 (0) 191 515 2952
The disability support team provides information and support on a range of issues, including access, learning support, and assistive technology. Additionally, each of the University's five Schools has a member of staff responsible for supporting disabled students and those with specific learning difficulties.
It is important that you tell us about your particular needs when applying for a programme of study, so that we can work with you to try to put appropriate support in place.
On arrival, students are expected to provide written verification (in English) of their disability or specific learning difficulty, compiled by a recognised expert, for example, from a psychologist for dyslexia.