St Marys University warmly welcomes students from the European Union (EU)

In the last year we have welcomed students from 26 different European countries, as well as students from 92 other countries from around the world; providing a lively and diverse student community.

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St Mary's from its foundation in 1850 has had strong European and international roots and that identity and openness continues today and will always be a feature of our University... Read More



Options for Undergraduate study

St Mary's offers a wide range of undergraduate courses, provided by our four academic schools:

It is important that you check you have the necessary qualifications to study the undergraduate course you're interested in, by referring to the list of non-English qualifications we'll accept.

Once your qualifications have been confirmed, you'll be able to start your UCAS application.


Options for Postgraduate study

St Mary's offers a significant portfolio of taught Master's courses; the majority of these courses are offered on a part-time basis although some can be undertaken full-time if students want to study more intensively.

Course-specific entry requirements can be found on the course pages, as well as information if English is not your first language. Once you have checked the entry requirements of the postgraduate course you intend to study, you can start the application process.