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Open Intake

September 2024

Deadline

June 2024

Turnaround time

10 working days

Why choose this institution?

  • Ranked 70th in the world in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings out of over 1,400 institutions
  • Top 40 universities in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2024)
  • Top highly regarded 50 UK universities in the 2024 Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide
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About

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) consists of a welcoming community of 20,000 students from more than 100 countries that enjoys a wide range of award-winning support services and purpose-built, industry-standard facilities that make the transition from campus to the workplace much easier.

The university comprises three schools: the School of Engineering and Built Environment, Glasgow School for Business and Society, and the School of Health and Life Sciences. GCU also has a presence in New York City and Spitalfields in London, which offers postgraduate courses in fashion.

GCU is a proud and practical institution that offers a distinctive array of degree programs supported by innovative teaching facilities, including a virtual hospital, a high-tech broadcasting suite, and a fashion factory. Renowned for its excellence in nursing and midwifery courses, they have also established robust connections with the NHS, making it a preferred choice among students.

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  • Master of Science in International Management and Business Development

    Upcoming intake

    September (23/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (24/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry Requirements:
    UK honours degree 2:2 (or equivalent).

    Other academic and vocational qualifications:
    Each application to GCU is considered on an individual basis. If you do not have the typical academic entry qualifications, but can demonstrate relevant work experience and/or credits from recognised professional bodies, you may be eligible to enter this course via the University's Recognition of Prior Learning scheme.

    Student Visa Requirements:
    When you apply for your Student Visa you must provide:
    A current passport or other valid travel documentation
    Your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).
    You may also need to provide:
    Proof you have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course – this will vary depending on your circumstances
    A valid ATAS certificate if your course and nationality require it
    Proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18
    Proof of your relationship to your parent or guardian if you’re under 18
    Your tuberculosis test results
    Written consent for your application from your financial sponsor if you’ve received sponsorship for your course fees and living costs in the last 12 months.
    You may need to provide additional documents depending on your circumstances. Read the guidance for the full list of documents you’ll need to provide.
    You need a blank page in your passport for your visa if you need to give your biometric information (fingerprints and a photograph) at a visa application centre. You’ll be told if you need to do this when you apply.

    English Language Requirements:
    Academic IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent) with no element below 5.5.
    A Level English Language/English Language and Literature/English Literature at Grade D or above
    AS Level English Language/English Literature at Grade C or above
    Cambridge English: Overall score of 169 with no element below 162
    GCE O Level: English Language at Grade C or above
    Cambridge International GCE O Level: English (subject 1123) at Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a Second Language: Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a First Language: Syllabus 0500: Grade C with a minimum of grade 2 in Listening and Speaking / Syllabus 0522: Grade C
    Indian XII standard: English at 70% or higher
    Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE): English at Grade C or above
    LanguageCert Academic: Overall 65 with no element below 60 (24/25 entry onwards)
    International ESOL: B2 Communicator, Pass in all four elements with a score of at least 33 in each.
    SPM 1119 English Language at Grade C/Grade 6
    National Examinations Council (NECO): English Language at score C/6 or higher
    Occupational English Test (OET): two elements at a minimum of 200 points and two elements at minimum of 250 points.
    Oxford English Language Level Test: Overall B2 with every element at B2 or above. (24/25 entry onwards)
    Oxford Test of English (OTE): B2 Test, 121 overall score with a minimum of 111 in each component.
    Password Skills Plus Language Test: 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent (24/25 entry onwards)
    Pearson (PTE) Academic/Academic UKVI/Online: Overall score of 59, with each sub-score to be at least 59 (24/25 entry onwards)
    PSI Skills for English (SELT): Pass with Merit (B2)
    SQA Higher English/ESOL/History at Grade C or above
    Brit Language Centre (BLC) Pre Sessional English: IELTS 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent/Grade C or above
    TOEFL iBT/Home Edition: Overall score of 78 with the following minimum element scores; Listening 17, Reading 18, Speaking 20, Writing 17. (24/25 entry onwards)
    West African Examinations Council (WAEC): English Language at score C/6 or higher

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  • Master of Science in International Business Management

    Upcoming intake

    September (23/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (24/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry Requirements:
    UK honours degree 2:2 (or equivalent) in any subject area.

    Other General Requirements:
    Personal statement:
    This is your big opportunity to tell us why you want to apply for a particular degree and illustrate that you have the motivation or experience to help you complete the programme. The sort of things we are interested in hearing about include:
    Relevant work experience or links within the industry
    Personal goals and how you think the programme relates to you
    Interests and general information about yourself
    You must keep within the word limit, so be as concise as possible, and remember to check your spelling carefully! It's also a good idea to write a practice draft first.

    Reference:
    Each applicant has to provide an academic reference which comments on their ability to undertake a course of study. If you are a school leaver, this includes a prediction of what you will achieve in the results pending section and why the referee feels that you are suitable for a particular area of study.
    This, together with the personal statement and other details, should help create a well-rounded application.

    Documents you'll need to apply
    When you apply for your Student visa you must provide:
    A current passport or other valid travel documentation
    A Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from your course provider
    You may also need to provide:
    Proof you have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course - this will vary depending on your circumstances
    A valid ATAS certificate if your course and nationality require it
    Proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18
    Proof of your relationship to your parent or guardian if you’re under 18
    Your tuberculosis test results
    Written consent for your application from your financial sponsor if you’ve received sponsorship for your course fees and living costs in the last 12 months
    You need a blank page in your passport for your visa if you need to give your biometric information (fingerprints and a photograph) at a visa application centre. You’ll be told if you need to do this when you apply.

    English Language Requirements:
    Academic IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent) with no element below 5.5.
    A Level English Language/English Language and Literature/English Literature at Grade D or above
    AS Level English Language/English Literature at Grade C or above
    Cambridge English: Overall score of 169 with no element below 162
    GCE O Level: English Language at Grade C or above
    Cambridge International GCE O Level: English (subject 1123) at Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a Second Language: Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a First Language: Syllabus 0500: Grade C with a minimum of grade 2 in Listening and Speaking / Syllabus 0522: Grade C
    Indian XII standard: English at 70% or higher
    Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE): English at Grade C or above
    LanguageCert Academic: Overall 65 with no element below 60 (24/25 entry onwards)
    International ESOL: B2 Communicator, Pass in all four elements with a score of at least 33 in each.
    SPM 1119 English Language at Grade C/Grade 6
    National Examinations Council (NECO): English Language at score C/6 or higher
    Occupational English Test (OET): two elements at a minimum of 200 points and two elements at minimum of 250 points.
    Oxford English Language Level Test: Overall B2 with every element at B2 or above. (24/25 entry onwards)
    Oxford Test of English (OTE): B2 Test, 121 overall score with a minimum of 111 in each component.
    Password Skills Plus Language Test: 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent (24/25 entry onwards)
    Pearson (PTE) Academic/Academic UKVI/Online: Overall score of 59, with each sub-score to be at least 59 (24/25 entry onwards)
    PSI Skills for English (SELT): Pass with Merit (B2)
    SQA Higher English/ESOL/History at Grade C or above
    Brit Language Centre (BLC) Pre Sessional English: IELTS 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent/Grade C or above
    TOEFL iBT/Home Edition: Overall score of 78 with the following minimum element scores; Listening 17, Reading 18, Speaking 20, Writing 17. (24/25 entry onwards)
    West African Examinations Council (WAEC): English Language at score C/6 or higher

    View course in-platform
  • Master of Science in International Marketing

    Upcoming intake

    September (23/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (24/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry Requirements:
    UK honours degree 2:2 (or equivalent) in any subject area.

    Other academic and vocational qualifications:
    Each application to GCU is considered on an individual basis. If you do not have the typical academic entry qualifications, but can demonstrate relevant work experience and/or credits from recognised professional bodies, you may be eligible to enter this course via the University's Recognition of Prior Learning scheme.

    Student Visa Requirements:
    When you apply for your Student Visa you must provide:
    A current passport or other valid travel documentation
    Your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).
    You may also need to provide:
    Proof you have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course – this will vary depending on your circumstances
    A valid ATAS certificate if your course and nationality require it
    Proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18
    Proof of your relationship to your parent or guardian if you’re under 18
    Your tuberculosis test results
    Written consent for your application from your financial sponsor if you’ve received sponsorship for your course fees and living costs in the last 12 months.
    You may need to provide additional documents depending on your circumstances. Read the guidance for the full list of documents you’ll need to provide.
    You need a blank page in your passport for your visa if you need to give your biometric information (fingerprints and a photograph) at a visa application centre. You’ll be told if you need to do this when you apply.

    English Language Requirements:
    Academic IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent) with no element below 5.5.
    A Level English Language/English Language and Literature/English Literature at Grade D or above
    AS Level English Language/English Literature at Grade C or above
    Cambridge English: Overall score of 169 with no element below 162
    GCE O Level: English Language at Grade C or above
    Cambridge International GCE O Level: English (subject 1123) at Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a Second Language: Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a First Language: Syllabus 0500: Grade C with a minimum of grade 2 in Listening and Speaking / Syllabus 0522: Grade C
    Indian XII standard: English at 70% or higher
    Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE): English at Grade C or above
    LanguageCert Academic: Overall 65 with no element below 60 (24/25 entry onwards)
    International ESOL: B2 Communicator, Pass in all four elements with a score of at least 33 in each.
    SPM 1119 English Language at Grade C/Grade 6
    National Examinations Council (NECO): English Language at score C/6 or higher
    Occupational English Test (OET): two elements at a minimum of 200 points and two elements at minimum of 250 points.
    Oxford English Language Level Test: Overall B2 with every element at B2 or above. (24/25 entry onwards)
    Oxford Test of English (OTE): B2 Test, 121 overall score with a minimum of 111 in each component.
    Password Skills Plus Language Test: 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent (24/25 entry onwards)
    Pearson (PTE) Academic/Academic UKVI/Online: Overall score of 59, with each sub-score to be at least 59 (24/25 entry onwards)
    PSI Skills for English (SELT): Pass with Merit (B2)
    SQA Higher English/ESOL/History at Grade C or above
    Brit Language Centre (BLC) Pre Sessional English: IELTS 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent/Grade C or above
    TOEFL iBT/Home Edition: Overall score of 78 with the following minimum element scores; Listening 17, Reading 18, Speaking 20, Writing 17. (24/25 entry onwards)
    West African Examinations Council (WAEC): English Language at score C/6 or higher

    View course in-platform
  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Management (Honours)

    Upcoming intake

    September (23/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (24/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry Requirments:
    Year 1
    Standard entry requirement
    UCAS Tariff: 114
    Scottish Higher: ABBB or equivalent
    A Level: BBC or equivalent

    Minimum entry requirement
    UCAS Tariff: 90
    Scottish Higher: BCCC or equivalent
    A Level: CCC or equivalent

    Year 2 entry
    Standard entry requirement
    HNC Business/Administration and IT/Retail Management/Law, Business and Accounting (or other HNCs with relevant modules) with B in Graded Unit

    Year 3 entry
    Standard entry requirement
    HND Business, HND Administration and IT, HND Retail Management, or HND Law Business and Accounting (or other HNDs with relevant modules) with AB/ABB in Graded Units

    Additional information
    Relevant experience (RPL)
    GCU's flexible entry policies exist to allow relevant work experience and prior learning to be considered towards standard entry or advanced entry into a course. If you have three to five years of relevant work experience, you can apply for the degree that interests you and get in touch with our Admissions Team about your application and your eligibility for Recognition of Prior Learning.

    Other General Requirements:
    Personal statement:
    This is your big opportunity to tell us why you want to apply for a particular degree and illustrate that you have the motivation or experience to help you complete the programme. The sort of things we are interested in hearing about include:
    Relevant work experience or links within the industry
    Personal goals and how you think the programme relates to you
    Interests and general information about yourself
    You must keep within the word limit, so be as concise as possible, and remember to check your spelling carefully! It's also a good idea to write a practice draft first.

    Reference:
    Each applicant has to provide an academic reference which comments on their ability to undertake a course of study. If you are a school leaver, this includes a prediction of what you will achieve in the results pending section and why the referee feels that you are suitable for a particular area of study.
    This, together with the personal statement and other details, should help create a well-rounded application.

    Documents you'll need to apply:
    When you apply for your student visa you must provide:
    A current passport or other valid travel documentation.
    A confirmation of acceptance for studies (cas) from your course provider.
    You may also need to provide:
    Proof you have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course - this will vary depending on your circumstances.
    A valid atas certificate if your course and nationality require it.
    Proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18.
    Proof of your relationship to your parent or guardian if you’re under 18.
    Your tuberculosis test results.
    Written consent for your application from your financial sponsor if you’ve received sponsorship for your course fees and living costs in the last 12 months.
    You need a blank page in your passport for your visa if you need to give your biometric information (fingerprints and a photograph) at a visa application centre. You’ll be told if you need to do this when you apply.

    English Language Requirements:
    Academic IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent) with no element below 5.5.
    A Level English Language/English Language and Literature/English Literature at Grade D or above
    AS Level English Language/English Literature at Grade C or above
    Cambridge English: Overall score of 169 with no element below 162
    GCE O Level: English Language at Grade C or above
    Cambridge International GCE O Level: English (subject 1123) at Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a Second Language: Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a First Language: Syllabus 0500: Grade C with a minimum of grade 2 in Listening and Speaking / Syllabus 0522: Grade C
    Indian XII standard: English at 70% or higher
    Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE): English at Grade C or above
    LanguageCert Academic: Overall 65 with no element below 60 (24/25 entry onwards)
    International ESOL: B2 Communicator, Pass in all four elements with a score of at least 33 in each.
    SPM 1119 English Language at Grade C/Grade 6
    National Examinations Council (NECO): English Language at score C/6 or higher
    Occupational English Test (OET): two elements at a minimum of 200 points and two elements at minimum of 250 points.
    Oxford English Language Level Test: Overall B2 with every element at B2 or above. (24/25 entry onwards)
    Oxford Test of English (OTE): B2 Test, 121 overall score with a minimum of 111 in each component.
    Password Skills Plus Language Test: 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent (24/25 entry onwards)
    Pearson (PTE) Academic/Academic UKVI/Online: Overall score of 59, with each sub-score to be at least 59 (24/25 entry onwards)
    PSI Skills for English (SELT): Pass with Merit (B2)
    SQA Higher English/ESOL/History at Grade C or above
    Brit Language Centre (BLC) Pre Sessional English: IELTS 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent/Grade C or above
    TOEFL iBT/Home Edition: Overall score of 78 with the following minimum element scores; Listening 17, Reading 18, Speaking 20, Writing 17. (24/25 entry onwards)
    West African Examinations Council (WAEC): English Language at score C/6 or higher

    View course in-platform
  • Bachelor of Science in Computing (Honours)

    Upcoming intake

    September (23/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (24/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry Requirments:
    Year 1
    Standard entry requirement
    UCAS Tariff: 96
    Scottish Higher: BBCC or equivalent incl Higher in Maths, Appl of Maths, or Computing
    A Level: CCC or equivalent incl A Level in Maths or Computing

    Minimum entry requirement
    UCAS Tariff: 90
    Scottish Higher: BCCC or equivalent incl Higher in Maths, Appl of Maths, or Computing
    A Level: CCC or equivalent incl A Level in Maths, Appl of Maths or Computing

    Year 2 entry
    Standard entry requirement
    HNC Computing with A in Graded Unit 1

    Year 3 entry
    Standard entry requirement
    HND Computer Science or HND Computing: Software Development with BB in Graded Units

    Additional information:
    Relevant experience (RPL)
    GCU's flexible entry policies exist to allow relevant work experience and prior learning to be considered towards standard entry or advanced entry into a course. If you have three to five years of relevant work experience, you can apply for the degree that interests you and get in touch with our Admissions Team about your application and your eligibility for Recognition of Prior Learning.

    Minimum entry requirements:
    Minimum entry requirements are for widening access students only. If you are from a group that is not currently well-represented in higher education you may qualify as a widening access student. This includes living in a target postcode area, attending a target school or college, attending SWAP, are care-experienced or provide care for someone else, have refugee status or are an asylum seeker.

    Other General Requirements:
    Personal statement:
    This is your big opportunity to tell us why you want to apply for a particular degree and illustrate that you have the motivation or experience to help you complete the programme. The sort of things we are interested in hearing about include:
    Relevant work experience or links within the industry
    Personal goals and how you think the programme relates to you
    Interests and general information about yourself
    You must keep within the word limit, so be as concise as possible, and remember to check your spelling carefully! It's also a good idea to write a practice draft first.

    Reference:
    Each applicant has to provide an academic reference which comments on their ability to undertake a course of study. If you are a school leaver, this includes a prediction of what you will achieve in the results pending section and why the referee feels that you are suitable for a particular area of study.
    This, together with the personal statement and other details, should help create a well-rounded application.

    Documents you'll need to apply:
    When you apply for your student visa you must provide:
    A current passport or other valid travel documentation.
    A confirmation of acceptance for studies (cas) from your course provider.
    You may also need to provide:
    Proof you have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course - this will vary depending on your circumstances.
    A valid atas certificate if your course and nationality require it.
    Proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18.
    Proof of your relationship to your parent or guardian if you’re under 18.
    Your tuberculosis test results.
    Written consent for your application from your financial sponsor if you’ve received sponsorship for your course fees and living costs in the last 12 months.
    You need a blank page in your passport for your visa if you need to give your biometric information (fingerprints and a photograph) at a visa application centre. You’ll be told if you need to do this when you apply.

    English Language Requirements:
    Academic IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent) with no element below 5.5.
    A Level English Language/English Language and Literature/English Literature at Grade D or above
    AS Level English Language/English Literature at Grade C or above
    Cambridge English: Overall score of 169 with no element below 162
    GCE O Level: English Language at Grade C or above
    Cambridge International GCE O Level: English (subject 1123) at Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a Second Language: Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a First Language: Syllabus 0500: Grade C with a minimum of grade 2 in Listening and Speaking / Syllabus 0522: Grade C
    Indian XII standard: English at 70% or higher
    Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE): English at Grade C or above
    LanguageCert Academic: Overall 65 with no element below 60 (24/25 entry onwards)
    International ESOL: B2 Communicator, Pass in all four elements with a score of at least 33 in each.
    SPM 1119 English Language at Grade C/Grade 6
    National Examinations Council (NECO): English Language at score C/6 or higher
    Occupational English Test (OET): two elements at a minimum of 200 points and two elements at minimum of 250 points.
    Oxford English Language Level Test: Overall B2 with every element at B2 or above. (24/25 entry onwards)
    Oxford Test of English (OTE): B2 Test, 121 overall score with a minimum of 111 in each component.
    Password Skills Plus Language Test: 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent (24/25 entry onwards)
    Pearson (PTE) Academic/Academic UKVI/Online: Overall score of 59, with each sub-score to be at least 59 (24/25 entry onwards)
    PSI Skills for English (SELT): Pass with Merit (B2)
    SQA Higher English/ESOL/History at Grade C or above
    Brit Language Centre (BLC) Pre Sessional English: IELTS 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent/Grade C or above
    TOEFL iBT/Home Edition: Overall score of 78 with the following minimum element scores; Listening 17, Reading 18, Speaking 20, Writing 17. (24/25 entry onwards)
    West African Examinations Council (WAEC): English Language at score C/6 or higher

    View course in-platform
  • Bachelor of Arts in International Business (Honours)

    Upcoming intake

    September (23/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (24/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry Requirments:
    Year 1
    Standard entry requirement
    UCAS Tariff: 114
    Scottish Higher: ABBB or equivalent
    A Level: BBC or equivalent

    Minimum entry requirement
    UCAS Tariff: 90
    Scottish Higher: BCCC or equivalent
    A Level: CCC or equivalent

    Year 3 entry
    Standard entry requirement
    HND Business/Administration and IT with graded units AB/BA

    Additional information
    Relevant experience (RPL)
    GCU's flexible entry policies exist to allow relevant work experience and prior learning to be considered towards standard entry or advanced entry into a course. If you have three to five years of relevant work experience, you can apply for the degree that interests you and get in touch with our Admissions Team about your application and your eligibility for Recognition of Prior Learning.

    Other General Requirements:
    Personal statement:
    This is your big opportunity to tell us why you want to apply for a particular degree and illustrate that you have the motivation or experience to help you complete the programme. The sort of things we are interested in hearing about include:
    Relevant work experience or links within the industry
    Personal goals and how you think the programme relates to you
    Interests and general information about yourself
    You must keep within the word limit, so be as concise as possible, and remember to check your spelling carefully! It's also a good idea to write a practice draft first.

    Reference:
    Each applicant has to provide an academic reference which comments on their ability to undertake a course of study. If you are a school leaver, this includes a prediction of what you will achieve in the results pending section and why the referee feels that you are suitable for a particular area of study.
    This, together with the personal statement and other details, should help create a well-rounded application.

    Documents you'll need to apply
    When you apply for your student visa you must provide:
    A current passport or other valid travel documentation
    A confirmation of acceptance for studies (cas) from your course provider
    You may also need to provide:
    Proof you have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course - this will vary depending on your circumstances
    A valid atas certificate if your course and nationality require it
    Proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18
    Proof of your relationship to your parent or guardian if you’re under 18
    Your tuberculosis test results
    Written consent for your application from your financial sponsor if you’ve received sponsorship for your course fees and living costs in the last 12 months
    You need a blank page in your passport for your visa if you need to give your biometric information (fingerprints and a photograph) at a visa application centre. You’ll be told if you need to do this when you apply.

    English Language Requirements:
    Academic IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent) with no element below 5.5.
    A Level English Language/English Language and Literature/English Literature at Grade D or above
    AS Level English Language/English Literature at Grade C or above
    Cambridge English: Overall score of 169 with no element below 162
    GCE O Level: English Language at Grade C or above
    Cambridge International GCE O Level: English (subject 1123) at Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a Second Language: Grade B or above
    Cambridge IGCSE: English as a First Language: Syllabus 0500: Grade C with a minimum of grade 2 in Listening and Speaking / Syllabus 0522: Grade C
    Indian XII standard: English at 70% or higher
    Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE): English at Grade C or above
    LanguageCert Academic: Overall 65 with no element below 60 (24/25 entry onwards)
    International ESOL: B2 Communicator, Pass in all four elements with a score of at least 33 in each.
    SPM 1119 English Language at Grade C/Grade 6
    National Examinations Council (NECO): English Language at score C/6 or higher
    Occupational English Test (OET): two elements at a minimum of 200 points and two elements at minimum of 250 points.
    Oxford English Language Level Test: Overall B2 with every element at B2 or above. (24/25 entry onwards)
    Oxford Test of English (OTE): B2 Test, 121 overall score with a minimum of 111 in each component.
    Password Skills Plus Language Test: 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent (24/25 entry onwards)
    Pearson (PTE) Academic/Academic UKVI/Online: Overall score of 59, with each sub-score to be at least 59 (24/25 entry onwards)
    PSI Skills for English (SELT): Pass with Merit (B2)
    SQA Higher English/ESOL/History at Grade C or above
    Brit Language Centre (BLC) Pre Sessional English: IELTS 6.0 with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent/Grade C or above
    TOEFL iBT/Home Edition: Overall score of 78 with the following minimum element scores; Listening 17, Reading 18, Speaking 20, Writing 17. (24/25 entry onwards)
    West African Examinations Council (WAEC): English Language at score C/6 or higher

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    • Academic: Transcripts & Certificates
    • Intention: Statement of Purpose
    • Experience: Letter of Reference
    • English Language: English Proficiency Transcript/Results
    • Identity: Passport Certified Adventus for University Application
    • Student Authorization: Permission to share and process personal data

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Scholarships

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  • Scholarships

    • GCU - GREAT Scholarships 2024 - £10,000 towards tuition fees for one-year master’s programmes to students from Bangladesh and Kenya who will enrol into Glasgow Caledonian University in September 2024. Application deadline 30 May 2024
    • GCU - Early Payment Scholarship - Distance learning students will only be eligible for the 5% early payment discount if they pay the full cost of the course upfront.
    • Discount of 5% if fees are over £5,000 and the fees are paid in full prior to the first teaching date of the course.
    • New to GCU Postgraduate Scholarship - Eligible for up to £3,000 scholarship in the form of a tuition fee discount.
    • New to GCU Regional Scholarship - Eligible for a £3,500 scholarship in the form of a tuition fee discount.

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