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UWE Bristol - Nigeria

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At UWE Bristol we are proud of our international reputation. With a thriving international community of students from over 140 countries worldwide, we are the perfect UK university to study at.

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Udonna

Udonna studied MSc International Management at UWE Bristol, and is now completing his PhD at the University whilst also working for the NHS (National Health Service).

Entry requirements - Nigeria

The experienced UWE Bristol International team will be happy to give you advice on the suitability of your qualifications for your chosen programme of study.

Qualifications listed under each heading may satisfy UWE Bristol entry requirements to that level of study. This is not a guarantee of an offer of a place, which is at the University’s discretion.

All students must also have a recognised English language qualification.

Entry onto foundation programmes

If you do not meet the requirements for our undergraduate Bachelor degree programmes, you may be considered for a Foundation  or International Year One Programme at our International College. Upon successful completion, these programmes offer guaranteed entry onto a UWE Bristol Bachelor degree programme.

Entry onto undergraduate programmes

UWE Bristol will consider students who have taken GCE A-level examinations or the International Baccalaureate for entrance onto undergraduate programmes.

Applicants who offer either a good West African Higher School Certificate/GCSE A-level/Nigeria Certificate of Education plus an UK international/bridging foundation course or equivalent will be considered for direct entry onto undergraduate programmes.

Students who hold a Post-Secondary Certificate/OND Advanced National Technical Certificate with upper credit will be considered.

Holders of Higher National Certificate or Higher National Diploma will be considered for direct entry where AL can be awarded. Applicants with a lower score may be considered.

Students who have completed the first year of a Bachelors degree from a university in Nigeria and have satisfied English language requirements will be considered for direct entry onto undergraduate programmes.

The scores listed above are the minimum requirement for entrance to UWE Bristol, competitive programmes require higher scores.

Entry onto postgraduate programmes

Holders of a good Bachelors (Hons) degree awarded by a Nigerian university will be considered for postgraduate study, depending on the English level.

Students who do not satisfy the requirements would be asked to study a pre-Masters course before entry onto a postgraduate programme.

What to do if you don't meet our entry requirements

If you do not quite meet our entry requirements, our International College offers a range of university preparation courses to teach you all you need to progress to UWE Bristol. We also have a range of Pre-sessional English language courses to get your English skills up to the standard required for entry to UWE Bristol.

Contacts

We work with a number of education agents across the world who can support you through the application process. Find a local office near you.

Please contact our UK based experts listed below:

Office details

West Africa Office,
Kaplan International Colleges,
3rd Floor, B Wing, SAPETRO Towers,
No 1 Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island,
Lagos,
Nigeria

Tel: +234 (0) 1 291 7055 | +234 (0) 812 365 3664 | +234 (0) 809 169 7000

Country Manager

Jennifer Azuka-OkochaJennifer Azuka-Okocha
International Officer, Nigeria and Ghana
Based in Nigeria

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Global visits and events

If you are interested in studying at UWE Bristol you may be able to come and meet us through one of our global visits. View all upcoming events.

International scholarships

Every year we offer a large number of scholarships to international students. Take a look at the full list of UWE Bristol International scholarships to find out more.

You may also want to consider other scholarships available from organisations independent of UWE Bristol.

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