How To Apply For Our Courses

Applying for September 2021 Entry

Undergraduate Programmes

United Kingdom and European Union students

If you are a UK or EU student and want to apply for a full-time undergraduate degree programme, you must do so via UCAS.

UCAS institution code: ROSE R51
UCAS institution code name: Rose
UCAS application code: R51

UCAS will send a copy of your application to us and, provided that you meet the entry requirements for the programme, you will be invited to an audition or interview. Following interview, we aim to let you know our decision as soon as possible. Please note that the vast majority of interviews and auditions are held between January and April and we recommend that you make yourself as available as possible during these months.

Please click here for more information and advice about our interviews and auditions.

Postgraduate Programmes

Please visit our Postgraduate pages for a list of courses and how to apply

To apply for all other programmes:

  • Please click here to view and select a list of our programmes
  • On your selected programme page please click the 'Apply' button on the right hand side of the page. This will take you to or our online application request form

International Students

If you are applying from outside the UK/EU, please follow the instructions on the Programme or Course page for 'International Applicants'

Recognising Prior Learning

The College understands that learning may take place in different settings and that you may want to use skills and knowledge you have gained elsewhere to count towards your learning with us. To support this, we have a detailed policy and procedure to guide and help you if you wish to ask for prior learning to be taken into account. There is a fee of £75 for agreeing applications for recognising prior learning. If you have any queries about the policy and procedure please email  

Contact Us:

If you require any help in applying please e-mail or call us on (+44) 020 8308 2620 or (+44) 020 8308 2611


We welcome applications from disabled students, students with long term health conditions and students with specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia or dyspraxia. In this video our students explain about the support they have received.