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Applications to the Warwick IFP are made directly through our website. You will be directed to the Postgraduate and Direct Application System, where, on page two, there is an option to apply for the Warwick IFP.

Once you have completed the application form, you will receive an email within 48 hours with your Warwick ID Number and a link to upload your supporting documents. Once we have received all of the information we need from you we aim to make a decision within five (5) working days.

To assess your application, you must first submit:

  • Your most recent academic transcript or predicted grades
  • A Personal Statement in English of no more than 750 words (see guidance below)

After we have assessed your application you will also be asked to provide:

  • An English Language Certificate - you will require an IELTS for UKVI if you need a visa to study in the UK
  • Your Passport Data Page - These will be used to check your date of Birth against our records

Suitable candidates will be over 16 years of age at the start of the course.

Please note that we receive a large number of applications each year from students in over 40 countries and we may need to contact you for further information before we can assess your application. You may also be asked to participate in a short informal Skype or telephone interview.

Personal Statement Requirements

Find out what you need to write about in your Personal Statement

English Language Requirements

Read about our specific English Language Requirements, including what you need to use if you require a visa to study the course

Academic Entry Criteria

Find the entry criteria for your country


Important Dates

31 July: Deadline for applications
31 August: Deadline for outstanding documents and academic deposit

Course Fees

Tuition Fee - £17,860.00
Inclusive of a £2,000 academic deposit required before 31 August.

Accommodation Fees - Between £5,000 - £6,000