First you need to register on the application portal: (https://oxfordstudy.com/signup).
You will receive an OTP code which you will need to enter in the ‘pop-up’ page.
Then you will be able to ‘Login’ to the online application service. Once you’ve logged in, you’ll be able to complete your application.
It is possible you are entering the wrong username or password.
The first thing to try is clicking the ‘forgot password’ button on the page and follow the instructions.
If this does not work then please get in touch with email@example.com
We will help you.
Entry requirements are the minimum qualification or experience needed to enrol on a particular course.
Each course has slightly different entry requirements so you should check the entry requirements of the course you are interested in applying for.
You can see all OBC courses here. Go to the course you are interested in and you will find the entry requirements.
You can find out more about student funding from Student Finance England at: www.gov.uk/student-finance
However, OBC offers comprehensive student support and can give guidance and information on student finance.
You may contact our finance support officer for any advice and information on +44 7713 566684.
OBC does not charge for any services at all. For more information, please refer to the course fee page.
A reference is a written recommendation from a teacher, adviser, or professional who knows you academically or professionally. Everyone needs a reference, unless you get permission from your chosen universities/colleges.
You can copy and paste this sample reference request and send it to your line manager (or Employment Agent connection)
Academic interviews usually last around 20 – 25 minutes (but may occasionally take longer)
These academic interviews generally last around 20 minutes and are used to assess the following:
As part of our quality process we interview every applicant that meets our entry requirements.
If you are applying via the Standard Entry route (Academic Achievement), the interviewer will want to discuss your educational background, as well as how the course will support your career goals.
If you are applying via the Non-standard Entry route (Work Experience), the interviewer will want to discuss your work experience to establish how it is relevant to the course, as well as discussing how the course will support your career goals and so on.
Preparing for your Academic Interview (Non-standard Entry)