If you’re looking to apply to our Master’s degrees in London, New York or Los Angeles, take a look at our top tips to help you with the process.
If You Don’t Know…Ask!
Before you submit your application, during your interview, and after you receive an offer – ask questions! From our Admissions team to our faculty, we are all happy to answer any questions you may have.
Prepare each component of your application with a view to set yourself in the best possible light; our faculty look at your documents holistically so each part, from your CV to your writing sample to your transcript, is equally important!
Interviews for Admission
If your completed application meets our requirements, we’ll invite you for an interview with a member of the faculty from the program you applied for. Don’t be nervous, this is also your opportunity to speak directly to the academics who’ll be teaching you so prepare questions to ask them.
English Language Proficiency
If you’re a student from outside of the US or UK be sure to submit your TOEFL or IELTS examination scores as part of your application. Check the score requirements, as they are different for each campus.
Contact Your References Early
Give the people who will be writing your letters of reference as much advance notice as possible so they can spend sufficient time writing a high-quality letter for you! Be sure to have them send in the letter to the campus you are applying to, along with the review form.
Before you submit your application, during your interview, and after you receive an offer – ask questions!
Put Your Best Foot Forward
Proofread, spellcheck, have a classmate or colleague review your CV/Resume, Personal Statement, and Writing Sample. Don’t let pesky errors hold you back from shining!
Scholarships – London only
If you’re keen to apply for a scholarship, make sure you send your completed application before the March 1, 2016 priority deadline as you need to be in receipt of a formal offer of a place before you can apply…
Make the Right Impression
Whether it’s email or in person, you never know who you are speaking to, so make the best impression! Be polite, concise and clear in your correspondence or conversation.
You may have an interview in person, on Skype or over the phone – make sure you give yourself ample time to get to your destination or enough time to set up your equipment and space.