We’re delighted you want to apply to us. Before beginning your application please check the entry criteria of the course you wish to study to ensure you meet the required standards.

physician associate student

Applications are now only accepted online and to apply for this course you must complete all sections of the form. Please ensure the information you provide including the options you select in menus is accurate.

If you have a word document application form, please be aware that this is now being replaced by our new online application process.

How to apply

  1. Download and complete the pre-application form below
  2. Select the mode you wish to study and click 'Apply now. You will then be redirected to our online application system, where you can create an account
  3. After creating an account, follow the instructions to complete the application form and upload any relevant documents (you can save a partly completed form and return to it later)
  4. Add This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to your email address book, to ensure you don't miss any important email alerts or notifications from us
  5. Submit and then track your application

Pre-application form

Please download and complete the pre-application form before uploading it to the ‘Personal Statement’ section of your online application. You will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to complete this form. Download Adobe Acrobat Reader

Pre-application form (PDF)

Choose the mode you wish to study

Please select the appropriate course level from the drop down menus below and then click on apply; this will take you to the online application form


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