Programme 3 (February 2019) application form

Programme dates:
Undergraduate 2019 Week 6 Spring Term
Day 1: Monday 11th February 2019 (9-4.15pm)
Day 2: Tuesday 12th February 2019 (9-4.15pm)
Day 3: Thursday 14th February 2019 (9-4.30pm)
Day 4: Tuesday 23rd April 2019 (1-5.00pm)
Application close date extended and closes: Monday 28th January at 9am


Places are limited. A £50 refundable deposit is payable if your application is successful and will be returned to you at the end of the programme.

Please note that applications to this programme will be reviewed after the closing date so do not expect to hear anything until after that date.

UNDERGRADUATE APPLICATION
 

Please be aware that you will need to discuss participation in the programme with your personal tutor if your application is successful.
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