How do I join the programme?
1) Complete the application form and email to Richard Morgan, Senior Programme Manager at Richard.Morgan@informa.com or Apply online here.
2) Contact us with any queries:
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3) Please return your application with the necessary supplementary information and materials as follows. The application form and documents can all be scanned and emailed.
No refunds will be given for cancellations made after you have accepted your place on the course.
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Send with your Application #1
- Colour copies are requested. Black and white copies are also accept, but these must be certified/notarised from an official source with a stamp.
- Colour copy of your final certificate and transcript of law results – these must name the qualification, confirm that the qualification has been awarded and the final grade achieved (black and white copies also accepted, but these must be certified/notarised from an official source with a stamp).
- If transcripts/certificate are not in English, certified/notarised translated copies as well as the original language document are required.
Send with your Application #2
- Colour copy of any other relevant supporting qualifications
- One reference letter – preferably this should be academic, especially if you have graduated within the last 5 years. If you graduated more than 5 years ago, an employer reference will be acceptable. This must be signed, dated and on headed paper
- Colour copy of English language proficiency
- Colour copy of your passport
- A personal statement/motivation letter
- A jpeg headshot photo
It may be necessary to alter programme tutors or programme content.
Non-payment of your programme fees will result in you not being admitted to the programme. In the case of installment payment as per the above, non-payment of your installments will result in materials, online access, results and other related services provided by Queen Mary University of London and Informa being withheld. Queen Mary University of London reserves the right to suspend debtors from study.