BPP University

About 

BPP University was founded in 1992 as a private university. It was initially known as BPP College of Professional Studies. It is comprised of four different schools – School of Business and Technology, Law School, School of Nursing, and School of Health.

They focus on the field of finance, technology, banking, law, psychology, dentistry, chiropractic, healthcare, and nursing primarily. They have study centers in Bristol, Cambridge, London, Leeds, Birmingham, Abingdon, and Manchester. BPP University has over 16,000 students studying its undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs.  

Postgraduate Programs They Run 

BPP University offers a range of postgraduate programs which can be completed full-time or part-time. Topics span data and technology, law, nursing, leadership and management, finance, accountancy, and more. The award classifications their postgraduate programs offer include Master of Law (LLM), Master of Science (MSc), Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert), Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip), and more.  

Admissions Process 

Full-time undergraduate applicants should make their application via the UCAS. Simply visit the UCAS website, register your details and start filling out your application. Ensure you include the correct institution and course codes and that you have read all entry requirements before applying. Once you have applied, the university will be in touch with you in the coming weeks to update you on your application’s status. Part-time and postgraduate applicants can apply directly on the BPP University website. Check that you meet all the entry criteria before applying and that you have all the necessary documents to hand. After you have applied, BPP University will be in touch in the weeks following to let you know if they would like to offer you a place. International students can apply in the same way. 

Accommodation 

BPP University does not have any of its own accommodation nor is it in partnership with any private accommodation providers. The university will do its best to support all students in finding suitable accommodation and a place to live for the duration of their studies.  

Scholarships and Financial Support 

BPP University has a number of scholarships on offer such as the Career Commitment Scholarship, the Future Leader Scholarship, and the Chancellor’s Scholarship. Some of their scholarships award the full tuition fee to students needing financial support. You can find out more about these scholarships, their entry requirements, and how to apply on the BPP University website.  

Contact Info 

For general enquiries, call 03300 603 100  

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