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You can submit your application online to study at ARU College and ARU through this web page.

Before you submit your application, please make sure that:

  • You know which pathway you want to study, and which date you want to start.
  • You have electronic copies of your academic transcripts, which you will need to attach to your online application.
  • Please note: The limit for all attachments on your application is 25MB.

Having trouble submitting your online application? Get in touch with us directly.

Student Personal Details


First/Given Name(s)
Please enter your first name and middle name(s) exactly as they are stated on official documents, such as your passport or birth certificate.

If you prefer to be known by a different name to the first name in your official documents, you will be able to enter this in the Preferred First name box later.

If you don't have a middle name you can leave this blank.

If you don't have a second middle name you can leave this blank.

The name you prefer to be called, if this is different to your first name in your official documents. For example, your proper name is Joseph but you are known as Joe.

Please enter your surname/family name exactly as it is stated on official documents, such as your passport or birth certificate. If you do not have a surname on your passport, please enter a full stop (.).

If your surname/family name has changed, for example, through marriage, by deed poll or other official method recognised by the appropriate authority in your country, enter your previous surname. If any of your application documents are in your previous surname, you will be required to upload official evidence of the change such as a marriage certificate or legal change of name document.


This question is required for reporting purposes. The options provided include 'I prefer not to disclose'.

Your nationality will be stated in your passport if you have one, and should not be confused with your ethnic origin.




Parent Contact Details 1




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Parent Contact Details 2




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Representation/Application Support

It is important for us to know who will be managing or giving advice on your application. This information will help us identify who best to contact if we have any issues during your application.








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Course details

This is your opportunity to tell us about what course you would like to study with us, and when you would like to start it.

ARU

ARU College

Intake Period






Student Contact details

Your contact details will be used to update you on the status of your application, and to provide you with your offer if successful. If the application is being made by somebody else on your behalf, please make sure that these are your contact details and not the contact details of that person.






Numbers only (no alphabetical characters, no spaces, or any special characters). For UK numbers, please do not include the country code, but include the area code for landline numbers.  For non-UK numbers, please enter 00 and your country code followed by the area code and the rest of the number.

Numbers only (no alphabetical characters, no spaces, or any special characters). For UK numbers, please do not include the country code, but include the area code for landline numbers.  For non-UK numbers, please enter 00 and your country code followed by the area code and the rest of the number.
Permanent Home Address
This is the your permanent home address prior to entry to the course and the address you normally live at on a permanent basis. It may be different to the address at which you are currently living. For example, if you are living at an address for the purpose of study or work, or to accompany a family member for the purpose of study or work, your permanent home address will be the one you lived at permanently before this. If you're an education agent please enter the permanent home address of the applicant.







If you are currently living at a different address to your permanent home address, please select ‘No’ so that you can provide the address you are currently living at. For example, a term-time address if you are studying away from home, or your overseas address if you are working overseas.
Current Address
Please enter the address where you are currently living, if it is different to your permanent home address.







Your country of permanent residence should match with the country of your permanent home address.

Along with other information in your application, this helps us establish your status for the payment of tuition fees. You should not confuse your residential category with your ethnic origin.
Education Background

Your education history will be used to help us assess that you meet our entry requirements for your chosen College and course. Please upload your qualifications if these are available, as we will need them to progress your application further.


We need to know the highest qualification you expect to have achieved before you start the course that you're applying for. To provide you with a list of options to choose from, please tell us if the highest qualification you expect to have achieved was studied in the UK or overseas.

Please choose the highest qualification you expect to have achieved before you start the course that you're applying for, according to its level on the qualifications framework in your country. This may or may not be your most recent qualification. If you are currently studying your highest qualification and expect to have completed it before you start the course, this should be the one you select. This question is required for reporting purposes.

Please choose the highest qualification you expect to have achieved before you start the course that you're applying for, according to its level on the qualifications framework in your country. This may or may not be your most recent qualification. If you are currently studying your highest qualification and expect to have completed it before you start the course, this should be the one you select. This question is required for reporting purposes.

Please enter the type of institution or school you're currently studying at. If you're not currently studying please choose the last institution or school that you attended. This may not be the same as the institution at which you studied your highest qualification. This question is required for reporting purposes. The options are: Any non-UK institution: institutions at any level outside the UK. UK Higher Education Provider: Usually this will be a university. UK Further Education College: Most UK colleges will fit into this category. UK state school: A school that does not charge tuition fees, for example, a comprehensive or grammar school. UK independent school: A school that charges tuition fees, sometimes known as a private school. Other UK Training Provider: please select this option if your UK institution does not fit into one of the categories above.

This question is required for reporting purposes.

If you have previously studied at a UK Higher Education Provider, you will have a HESA reference number, also known as a HESA unique student identifier or HUSID. This may be stated on the Award transcript or European Diploma Supplement issued by your Higher Education Provider.

You may have a ULN if you have studied a UK qualification from 2008 onwards. The ULN should be 10 characters long and contain only numbers. Find out more about the ULN on the Learning Records Service website.
Secondary Education



School Details








This date may be in the future.


If you have copies of your transcripts or certificates, please provide these to us.
University Level Education







This date may be in the future.


If you have copies of your transcripts or certificates, please provide these to us.
English Proficiency

If English is not your first language, it is important that we understand your current level of English. Like your education background, there are minimum entry requirements on all of our courses to allow students the greatest opportunity of being successful within their course.






Immigration Status and Visa History

To comply with local law and regulations, we need to know information about your immigration status, and immigration history. We may also ask questions to help us to assess your fee status, to ensure that we provide you with the correct tuition fee information.


A UK National means you are a British Citizen. If you have a passport it is a UK passport. Permanent residence/settled in the UK includes: EU/EEA/Swiss Nationals with Pre-settled/settled status in the UK, non-EU/EEA/Swiss nationals with permanent residence/indefinite leave to remain in the UK, Refugee status in the UK, etc.














Please tell us more about this, and provide us with a copy of your previous visa refusal/s:



Immigration Status and Visa History Continued

Whether you’re a UK, EEA or International applicant, we are required to ensure that you have the right to study in the UK. There are times when we may need to contact the Home Office and UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) about your application. This is to allow us to find out more information in relation to your application to study with us, as well as to ensure that you are eligible to study with us.

Once we receive your application, we may request an Immigration Check from the UKVI which will provide us with your previous UK immigration history or pending visa applications, and may also request copies of any previous immigration documentation that the UKVI may hold about you. We may also ask specific questions such as for an update on a pending visa application that you may have.

If you require a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) to allow you to gain a visa to study in the UK, we may ask the UKVI for evidence of your visa outcome, or the status of a pending visa application. If your visa application has been unsuccessful, we may ask for a copy of your visa application interview transcript, or other documentation that the UKVI hold in relation to your visa application.

Additional Information

Sponsorship details

By law, we are required to carry out certain checks on the people that will be paying your fees. By providing this information, you are confirming that the individuals have provided their permission to share this information, and for it to be used by us to carry out these checks. This may include sharing this information with relevant checking services.





Sponsorship details

By law, we are required to carry out certain checks on the company that will be paying your fees. By providing this information, you are confirming that the company has provided their permission to share this information, and for it to be used by us to carry out these checks. This may include sharing this information with relevant checking services.




Other Information:




It is important that this reflects the country that you, as the student, are currently in so that we may give you the most appropriate advice in regards to your visa application where required.


Additional Support Needs

We ask you to provide us with information relating to any conditions (physical, mental or learning), that may have an impact on your studies or associated activities with us or where special arrangements may be required. This will help us to identify reasonable adjustments that can be made to support you if required. We ask for this information on a voluntary basis and it has no consequences for you as an applicant to not provide it. This information is classified as special category data and will only be used for the purpose described above. You can withdraw your consent for us processing this data at any time.


ARU College and Anglia Ruskin University welcomes students with disabilities and those who need additional learning support. We try to meet your needs wherever we can. This information won’t be considered in our assessment of your application to study with us, but if you’re made an offer, it will enable our Disability and Dyslexia Support team to contact you to discuss any additional support needs you may have. Please visit our Disability and Dyslexia Support webpages for more information.



Applicant Declaration
  • I confirm that the information I have supplied on this form is, to the best of my understanding and belief, complete and correct and understand that the giving of false or incomplete information may lead to the cancellation of my application or any subsequent offer made. I understand that the College or Partner University may use information held about me to make checks using official, publicly or commercially available checking services.
  • I understand that if I provide a personal statement or portfolio for my application, and it appears to have been copied either in part or full from elsewhere, and is not my original work, that this may lead to the cancellation of my application.
  • I understand that if I choose to make a payment towards my studies before receiving an Unconditional Offer that any subsequent refund requested will be subject to a £150 administration fee.
  • I confirm that I have read and understood through this application form how my personal information will be used, and understand that I may withdraw my consent at any time by emailing dpo@navitas.com
  • I understand that the withdrawal of my consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent I gave before I decided to withdraw my consent, and that in some instances, the College and Partner University may need to continue processing my data where they have a legal basis for doing so.
  • I understand that the College or Partner University may need to provide information from my application and any subsequent documentation provided, to government departments or other bodies for regulatory purposes.
  • I consent to the College obtaining official records from any educational institution that I have attended or examination board or awarding body.
  • I understand that neither the College or the Partner University are responsible for any mistakes or delays, or any loss or damage suffered by me as a result of any mistakes or delays in the processing of my application.
  • By submitting this information, you consent to the College and its affiliates screening you and the persons you disclose through the Refinitiv World-Check service. Refinitiv is a third party service provider to the College. You can read Its privacy statement in relation to this service.
Privacy Consent

As outlined in our privacy policy, the information that you provide us will allow us to assess your application and provide you with an outcome. We’ll also provide you with information about the course that you’ve applied for, as well as the College and University.






 
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