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InterStu encourages you to disclose any disability/medical condition which could disadvantage your ability to study. All offers are made on academic grounds only and the information you submit will be used to help InterStu provide appropriate support. Please tick all that apply.
Please provide information relating to your nationality and residence. Attach copies of any pertinent Home Of ce documentation. Further information may be requested.
Please provide details of how you intend to pay your tuition fees. Applicants may be asked to supply details of their nancial position and their provision for the payment of fees.
Please list all qualifications in chronological order with the most recent first. Provide copies of certi cates and transcripts where appropriate. If not accompanying this form, please ensure any documentation is submitted to the Admissions Of ce, clearly stating the programme you are applying for. Note: Printouts from self-service/web portal systems will not be accepted. The documentation being submitted must be formally issued by the awarding institution/exam body. International students must submit documentation both in the original language and as an of cially endorsed English language translation.
Entry is conditional on the achievement of a standard level of English. If your rst language is not English please give details of the most recent English Pro ciency course you have taken. If you require a Tier 4 Visa, please note that you must also be able to demonstrate English ability to the minimum level required by UKBA.
You are advised to complete this section as fully as possible and with particular care. In many cases this may be the only contact you have with the admissions tutors and your statement will be assessed as part of the admissions process. As a guide your personal statement should cover topics such as your reasons for applying to your desired programme(s), your previous educational and employment experiences, personal qualities, future goals and career aspirations.
In an effort to help the University reduce the risk of harm or injury to their staff and students caused by the criminal behaviour of other students we must know about any relevant criminal convictions an applicant has. In this matter relevant criminal convictions are deemed only to be those convictions for offences against a person, whether of
a violent or sexual nature and convictions for offences involving unlawfully supplying controlled drugs or substances where the conviction concerns commercial drug dealing or traf cking. Convictions that are spent (as de ned by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974) are not considered to be relevant and you should not reveal them (however, see next paragraph). If you are applying for a programme in health or social work which may involve work with children or vulnerable adults, you MUST tell us about any criminal convictions, including spent sentences, cautions (including verbal cautions) and bind-over orders. Due to the nature of these programmes they are exempt from the provision of Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. By virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemptions) Order 1975 and the Child Act 1989, applicants are not entitled to withhold information about convictions which for other purposes are ‘spent’ under the provisions of the Act. If you are offered a place on one of these courses and before you commence your studies, you will need an ‘Enhanced Disclosure Document’ from the Criminal Records Bureau or the Scottish Criminal Record Of ce Disclosure Service.
Applicants who have a previous conviction will not be automatically excluded from the application process. However, if you have ticked Yes, please disclose details of your offence and conviction, including dates and courts convicted at. This information should be submitted along with your application form in a separate sealed envelope, clearly marked con dential with your name and date of birth on it. Any information disclosed will be handled and disposed of securely by Middlesex University in compliance with the Criminal Records Bureau Code of Practice, the Data Protection Act and other relevant legislation. If you are convicted of a relevant criminal offence after your application has been submitted, you must notify us. The University may request further disclosure from you and your offence may affect your application.
For Undergraduate applications please submit a single academic reference. For Postgraduate applications please submit two references. The first reference should be academic and the second character reference can be from an employer or other source. Any reference received must be signed and on headed paper. If not accompanying this form, references should be submitted along with completed coversheets, on letter headed paper or otherwise of cially endorsed. *References from friends and family members will not be accepted
Before submitting this application form, please ensure that all sections of the form have been completed and where appropriate the following items have been attached. Failure to include these items may slow the processing of your application. Do not send original documentation at this stage. The University will not normally return documentation submitted and will not be held liable for original documentation which is lost or damaged in any manner. Please be prepared to present original copies of all documentation to the University at enrolment for veri cation.
Any statements on this form which prove to be untrue or purposely misleading will render the application void. Furthermore if inaccuracies are highlighted at a later stage we retain the right to retract any offer made or expel the student with no refund of fees. I accept and grant permission for my employer/sponsor to be informed of any relevant information relating to the progression of my programme, including any record of attendance. I confirm that the information given on this form is true, complete and accurate. No information requested or other material has been omitted. I consent to the storage and processing of this data by Middlesex University under the provision of the 1998 Data Protection Act.
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