You can apply for our online degrees on the course page
Apply for our online degrees by hitting the 'apply' button on our course pages and submitting our online form. Within this we'll ask for information on qualifications and work experience alongside a personal statement to support your application.
Check out the application journey below to find out what to expect when applying for an online degree. You'll find all the information you need to become part of our online creative community.
Online application journey
1. Find your degree
Use our course search to find the right course for you. You'll find information about what you'll learn, how you'll learn and tuition fees and funding on the course pages. You can also request more information using our online form and our Course Advisors will get in touch to answer any questions.
2. Submit your application online
When you're ready to apply, on the course page hit the 'Apply' button. You'll be taken to our Online Portal. You'll be asked to register before you begin your application.
3. Our Course Advisors are here to help
Should you need any support with your application our Course Advisors can guide you through the process and will be able to answer any questions you may have. If you are invited to an interview, visit our preparing for your interview page and find your course.
4. Welcome to Falmouth
If you fulfil our application criteria and we offer you a place, you'll receive your offer through our Online Portal and will need to accept it there. Welcome to Falmouth: your online study journey starts here.
Apply on your course page
Undergraduate application dates
The enrolment deadline for online undergraduate courses is 1 October 2021. You may enrol up until 15 October 2021 with special permission.
Applications for these courses remain open whilst there are spaces available. We encourage you to apply as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
Postgraduate application dates
|10 January 2022||January 2022 intake application deadline|
Applying for a master's with industry experience
You may already be working in the industry or a related industry to the master's degree you wish to study. This could mean that although you don't have an undergraduate degree, you have the equivalent in industry experience. If you think this is the case, then you can apply in the same way as above, and ensure you put as much information as possible on your application about your professional experience.
Our team will then use your application form, and the information you've provided, to determine if you'll be able to go on and complete the APEL (accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning) process. To find out more about applying with Applying with an Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) go to our dedicated page.
Fill in our simple online form and our supportive Course Advisors will get in touch to discuss your online learning options.
Online Study Community
Learn together in a global community with our online degrees.
How You Study Online
Supportive and rigorous teaching available through online undergraduate and Masters degree courses.
Online Study Funding
Find out how you can fund your online study whether you're studying an undergraduate or postgraduate degree online.
Find out the tuition fees for your course, when and how you'll pay them.
Studying and Working
Our flexible studying options mean studying towards a degree and building your career is possible.