Applying for a postgraduate course
No matter if you are from the UK or abroad, or want to study in Coventry, London or online, you can find all the information you need to know to make applying simple and efficient.
To apply to study on a full-time or part-time postgraduate course at Coventry University or Coventry University London, you can complete an online application.
Please note the start date of your course and choose the correct apply link. For January 2022 entry and future intakes please use the January 2022 link.
Check our entry requirements to see what you need to include with your application check our course webpage for any specific requirements.
Please note: not all courses have a January and May entry. Please check on the individual course pages for specific entry dates and tuition fees.
Application deadlines and start dates
|Entry Year||Application deadline||Start date/induction|
|Coventry and London||Coventry||London||Coventry||London|
|September 2021||31 August 2021||12 September 2021||13 September 2021 (TBC)||20 September 2021|
|January 2022||9 January 2022||16 January 2021||17 January 2022 (TBC)||24 January 2022|
|May 2022||8 May 2022||15 May 2022||16 May 2022||23 May 2022|
The dates provided in the table are our main entry dates, but we still accept applications throughout the year.
Applying to Coventry University or Coventry University London as an international student is quick and simple.
If you're a graduate or a student in their final year of study at Coventry University or Coventry University London, you can apply using a Fast Track application. You can learn more about the benefits of studying a postgraduate course with us by visiting our Stay on, Go Further page.
There are three intakes for research degrees, so you can start your studies with us in either September, January or May. Application decisions can take up to 3 months, so it is very important that you apply well in advance of the date you wish to start.
To apply for a PGCE with Coventry University, you can make your application through the National School of Education and Teaching (NSET).