How to Apply
1. Apply through UCAS
Head to UCAS and apply using university code F33 and your course code.
Things to remember
- The UCAS deadline is Tuesday 15 January 2019, but they’ll accept late applications until 30 June 2019.
- You can apply late. If there are spaces on your course we’ll still consider you, but we prioritise on-time applications, and courses can fill up fast.
- We’ll advertise all our remaining spaces on UCAS Extra and Clearing. The UCAS Extra deadline is 4 July 2019.
- You can find out if your course has spaces by calling us on 01326213730.
2. Receive confirmation
You’ll get an email telling you we’ve received your application within two working days, so keep an eye on your inbox.
3. Log in to the Applicant Portal
We’ll send you a login for the applicant portal, where you’ll see what else you need to do. You can upload documents like ID and proof of residency, and find out about your next steps, like uploading an online portfolio or coming to an interview.
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What happens next
We invite all applicants to attend an interview, and you’ll get your invite through the Applicant Portal. We believe this is the best way to get to know our applicants and identify their potential.
This will be your chance to find out more about the course and show off what makes you special. It’s also a great opportunity for you to meet our course teams and get a real sense of what it’s like to study at Falmouth.
We have flexible interview options, like at an open day, a regional interview day, or online. We'll send you all the information you need to prepare for your interview.
Your course team might ask to see some of your work or invite you to an interview, so keep checking the applicant portal.
Find your course
Go to your course page to see your entry requirements, interview information and course costs.
We try to make a decision within five working days of meeting you for an interview. But we want everyone to have a fair chance, so popular courses can take longer.
You’ll need to fulfil some conditions before starting your studies, like getting certain A-levels or meeting our English language requirements. But if your conditions are based on your creativity, we can be flexible with your offer.
You’ve secured a place at Falmouth and have no conditions to meet. We’ll get in touch with your next steps.
We’ll save your place as soon as you accept a conditional or unconditional offer, and we’ll let you know if we need any more information. But if you’re wondering how your application’s coming along, or you’re worried you can’t meet your conditions, just get in touch for some advice and information.
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Get in touch
T: +44 (0)1326 213730