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Level 4 Courses & CET (36 Credits) Application Form

Please complete all sections and attach a word document outlining your experiences and why you want to study this course. Please pre-prepare this statement to upload it with the rest of your application.
 

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Equal Opportunities
The University of Warwick and its partner colleges are committed to a policy of equal opportunities and will not discriminate against any applicant or student on the basis of gender, nationality, ethnicity or religion. Please help us to make our equal opportunities policy more effective by ticking the boxes below.
 

Personal Statement
Please write approximately 500 words covering the following areas (and attach to this form):

o Why you want to study for your chosen course
o How studying for this qualification will relate to your interests and/or work
o Any reading or activity you have already undertaken in your proposed area of study
o Your interests and hobbies etc

Your application will not be considered without a personal statement.
 
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The course for which you are applying requires formal qualifications to gain entry please therefore complete the details below. You will also be required to send in copies of your certificates.

Examples of Level 2 are – GCSE (A – C); Key Stage Level 2; O-Level; CSE Grade 1; National Test; Functional Skills Level 2

It is a course requirement that the University is made aware of any criminal convictions that you may have. If you have a criminal record, the University will still consider you for a place on the course, but depending upon the nature of the offence/conviction the University may give further consideration to your admission before confirming any offer. You will need to present a current DBS certificate.
What is a relevant criminal conviction?
Relevant criminal offences include convictions, cautions, admonitions, reprimands, final warnings, bind over offers or similar involving one or more of the following:
• Any kind of violence including (but not limited to) threatening behaviour, offences concerning the intention to harm or offences which resulted in actual bodily harm.
• Offences listed in the Sex Offences Act 2003.
• The unlawful supply of controlled drugs or substances where the conviction concerns commercial drug dealing or trafficking.
• Offences involving firearms.
• Offences involving arson.
• Offences listed in the Terrorism Act 2006.
If your conviction involved an offence similar to those set out above, but was made by a court outside of Great Britain, and that conviction would not be considered as spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, you should tick the box

Data Protection

In order to correctly administer and to ensure the provision of funding for your course of study (if applicable), it will be necessary for the University to process your data and to share certain data about you with statutory bodies such as HESA and HEFCE, any bodies involved in sponsoring your studies, and any other third parties where the sharing of such data is necessary for the successful administration and funding of your course. It may also be necessary on occasion to share certain data about you with other third parties where it is appropriate to do so in line with the provisions of the Data Protection Act.

I certify that the information I have given is correct and I agree to the University of Warwick processing personal data in connection with my time as a student (full or part-time) at the University for any purpose connected with my studies or my health and safety or for any other legitimate reason.
Data Protection Preferences:
Do you give permission for your Personal Information to be passed to the following bodies:
National Student Survey: Final Year students only: To conform with relevant legislation you must email studentrecords@warwick.ac.uk if you wish to opt out of taking part in the National Student Survey

Declaration
I undertake to observe the Charters, Statutes, Ordinances and Regulations (the “Rules”) of the University and to submit to their discipline during such time as I am a registered student of the University. I confirm that I am aware of the scale of the fees and charges relating to my course of study and that I am in a position to meet such charges on the due dates of payment. I recognise that my registration as a student is subject to satisfactory academic progress in my course of study and is to be completed only on full payment of all outstanding fees and other sums due to the University. I understand that should my sponsor at any time fail to pay my fees and charges that are due, I will be personally liable for them.
Note: Registration is in accordance with the terms of the offer made by the University. A registration is not valid unless fees are paid or full details of sponsors are provided. If you fail to return this form by the notified date, your University card will be invalidated. I confirm that I have read and understood the Data Protection notice, Data Protection Guidelines, Declaration and the Rules and agree to be bound by them.
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