For details of the application process and English language requirements refer to www.londoninternational.ac.uk
Students with specific access requirements should refer to Section 10 of the Detailed Regulations for the provision of individual modules.
An applicant must satisfy the relevant entrance requirements given in this Section. In order to be considered for registration for individual modules, applicants must also submit an application that is in accordance with the procedures and deadlines set out in the appropriate prospectus.
English language proficiency
For awards at FHEQ level 7, students must provide satisfactory evidence showing that they have passed within the previous three years a test of proficiency in English at the following minimum level:
- IELTS with an overall grade of at least 6.5 with a minimum of 6 in each sub test; or
- TOEFL with a score of 600 of 250 on the computerised test plus a Test of Written English (TWE of at least 4.5);
Where an applicant does not meet the prescribed English language proficiency requirements but believes that they can demonstrate the requisite proficiency for admission the University may, at its discretion, consider the application.
All students are required to have regular internet access, allowing them to access the following resources:
- The student portal
- The University of London email address
- Details of their student records
- Programme resources on the VLE (as applicable)
- Programme resources on the University of London International Programmes website
- The Programme Specification and Regulations for their programme of study
- The University Regulations and the University of London International Programmes Student Charter
Programme specific entrance requirements
In order to be eligible to register for the 240-hour individual modules a student must have a degree or a technical or professional qualification and work experience considered appropriate and relevant by the University.
Applicants who do not meet these requirements may be considered by the University on an individual basis. Some modules will require students to have access to computer hardware and software as described in the prospectus.
There are no formal entrance requirements for 35 or 50 hour individual modules.
Progression and credit
Refer to Section 6 of the Detailed Regulations for individual modules
Students who successfully complete the assessment for one or more of the 240 hour individual modules in this individual modules programme may be considered for progression to the MSc degree or Postgraduate Diploma in Livestock Health and Production or Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health. Credit for the individual modules(s) may also be considered provided that application is made within three years of the completion of the relevant modules. Neither progression nor credit is automatic.