BPP University Help

Before you apply

What is the admissions process for UK/EU applicants?

The admissions process differs depending on which course you wish to study. For most undergraduate programmes, you apply via UCAS to study full-time and direct to BPP University for part-time. For online study, full-time students will need to apply via UCAS and part-time students directly through BPP University.

For most MSc and LLM courses, you apply direct to BPP University. And for professional postgraduate legal programmes you usually apply to the external body for full-time study, and direct to BPP University Law School for online and part-time study. See individual course pages for details:

What is the admissions process for full-time international applicants?

As an international student studying a full-time programme with BPP Professional Education or BPP University, you will need a General Student Visa to study in the UK. Find out more about visa requirements and applying for your Certificate of Acceptance of Studies in our visas and Immigration section.

As an international applicant, can I work part-time while studying at BPP?

Students enrolled on full-time ACCA can study with BPP University in London, Leeds and Birmingham. As an International student you must be enrolled on at least three papers per sitting and must book on to a minimum of a one year package (six papers).

Offer holders

I haven't heard anything from BPP University since my offer, what should I do?

If you have been offered a place at BPP University and have not yet accepted this place you will need to contact Admissions at admissions@bpp.com.