Eligibility requirements for admission into colleges in United Kingdom
Entry requirements depend on universities / colleges and on the demand for the courses. Therefore it is always better to check the entry requirements for the course from the webs site of the university / college you have selected. Entry requirements are higher for popular courses.

We suggest you to check entry requirements for particular course, directly from the official website of the institution.

There are some universities which consider only your exam grades for deciding eligibility.
Often you may be asked for an interview, and / or to appear on written test conducted by them and may also require submission of written work.

For subjects like medicine, veterinary science and law you are required to take additional admission test.  You can get complete details about these tests from UCAS site in the section ‘UCAS admission tests.

Generally speaking most postgraduate courses need you to have completed bachelor degree program. If you have first division in bachelor program, it will give you higher points. Some institutions accept students with lower marks if they have professional qualifications and relevant work experience.

Nowadays MBA is most popular program. Most MBA degrees require you to have some work experience at an appropriate capacity. For example if you are interested in doing MBA from Middlesex University, go to their website and look for ‘Subjects and Qualifications’. Then choose MBA.
 
There you can get entry requirements and further details as:
“You should normally have a good British (or equivalent) honours degree (first or second class) in any discipline. Candidates without this qualification may be considered but you must be able to demonstrate significant successful managerial experience and must complete a GMAT test with a minimum score of 550. For applicants with a good British (or equivalent) honours degree, a GMAT test is not required but may assist your application. You should have a minimum of three years’ managerial or professional experience in a full-time position following graduation.If English is not your first language, you should have an IELTS score of 6.5 or a TOEFL score of 575 (written), 231 (computer based), or equivalent.”

To find details on IELTS exam, visit British Council’s web site . They have 135 English language centers across the world where you can take exams. You can get details like what is IELTS? Where can you take IELTS exam?

UCAS new tarrif system
UCAS has introduced a new tariff system and many universities and colleges are operating on this new system. Along with your grades, the new system recognizes your academic and extra curricular achievements. An institution may ask for a certain number of UCAS points for admission into a course. UCAS site has a table showing how the points are calculated. You can get more info from ‘UCAS tariff’ point calculation table.

 
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