2017 Applications

2017 Applications
Master’s Degrees starting September/October 2017 - send your application from now and best to send before April 2017 because popular courses become full and some have application deadlines. There is no hurry to apply early because there is no “first-come, first-served” policy - all applications are processed equally. If you apply early and receive an offer, then you must pay a deposit early (if one is needed). If you think you have a good chance of a scholarship, some universities make rolling offers (that is, they might offer a scholarships after making offers), so an early application might be better, but they may also offer scholarships to later applications. Some universities consider all applications for scholarships, but others may invite you to apply for a scholarship after they have made you an offer.
Bachelor’s Degrees - apply via UCAS by 15th January 2017 for guaranteed consideration, final application deadline 30th June 2017.
Foundation Years – for September 2017 entry, send applications now and best send before May 2017. Foundation courses require the UKVI approved IELTS Academic Test.


Tests – IELTS is the best test to take and we recommend you first take an IELTS Preparation Course at the British Council (Siam Square). You can take IELTS preparation courses at other places too, but make sure your teacher has IELTS experience.

Which IELTS? Unless you are completely confident that you can achieve the degree course entry requirement, we recommend that you take the UKVI approved IELTS Academic Test at the British Council (it takes about 10 days to get the score after you take the IELTS Test). Regarding which IELTS to take, if you have not achieved the course entry requirement and need Pre-sessional English, the UKVI-approved IELTS is required to take "stand alone" Pre-sessional English (for entry to the Pre-sessional ONLY). It MAY be possible to use a Non-UKVI approved IELTS for entry to 5, 6 or 10 weeks Pre-sessional English as a combined unconditional offer with your degree - please check with Consortium UK or the University about this!! Currently, if you achieve the IELTS course requirement for your degree, then the non-UKVI-approved IELTS can be accepted by the University. Note that Warwick Business School does not allow Pre-sessional English as a substitute for IELTS achievement. Note also that for Foundation courses you must take the UKVI approved IELTS Academic Test.

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Tel: (+66) 0 2653 2384 Fax: 0 2653 2385
Mobile: 081 381 7941 (Justin), 088 891 6854 (Kaek)  

E-mail: info@consortiumuk.net
Website: www.consortiumuk.net

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* please note that we are normally open on all national holidays