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Here you'll find all you need to know about applying to AUB as an international student.
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How to Apply
The application process for international students is the same as UK students. To learn more about the application process and how you can apply, please select the appropriate degree level from those listed below
Here's everything you need to know to apply to one of AUB's foundation courses
Here's everything you need to know to apply to one of our Undergraduate courses
Here's everything you need to know to apply to one of AUB's postgraduate courses
I enjoy studying animation in AUB because they not only teach the skills in making an animation film, but also fundamental art skills. Studying in AUB has also given me a great opportunity to experience the UK and has helped build up my confidence and English through making new friends from a wide variety of nationalities and backgrounds.
Our entry requirements vary depending on what sort of course you're choosing to study.
The equivalent of 64 UCAS Tariff points from two subjects on the HKDSE in core or elective subjects, excluding liberal and general studies. This would normally be grades of 4 on each subject.
Applicants should present 120 UCAS Tariff points from 3 subjects on the HKDSE (Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education) in core or elective subjects, excluding liberal and general studies. This would normally be grades of 5, 5, and 4.
You will usually have BA (Hons) Degree graded at 2.1 or above, or an equivalent UK or international qualification in your chosen subject or a related discipline. We encourage application from students with a broad range of qualifications and we welcome students from all educational backgrounds. We will take into account the knowledge and skills that you have developed outside the classroom as well as your previous qualifications.
English Language Requirements
Find out what English Language support AUB can offer to International students, both in preparation for and during their time with us
Visas and immigration
If you are coming to study at AUB and need to apply for a student visa, here's everything you need to know
Fees and financial support
Find out everything you need to know to plan your student finances including tuition fees and living costs
Working after your studies
Here's everything you need to know about working in the UK after graduating as an International student
Part-time work and placements
Here we explain your working options as an International student during your study
Portfolios should show examples of your work – both finished and work in progress – that demonstrate your interests and skills