How to appy

Workforce development: Apply for a course

Application forms

DipHE/BSc(Hons) Healthcare Practice

Candidates must complete an application form for each module they wish to take.

BSc(Hons) Paramedic Practice

Candidates must complete an application form for each paramedic practice module they wish to take.

Postgraduate health and social care taught degrees and modules
Postgraduate education taught degrees and modules

Early Years Teacher Graduate Employment Based (GEB)/ Early Years Teacher Graduate Entry Mainstream (GEM) courses

Applications for the EYT Graduate Employment Based (GEB) – 12 months (part time) and the EYT Graduate Entry Mainstream (GEM) – 12 months (full time) courses must be made directly to Kingston University London’s School of Education by emailing the relevant application form below to


Primary and secondary PGCE courses

Applications for the Primary and Secondary PGCE courses
must be made through UCAS TT.




Interviews are an important part of the selection process. Kingston University London will make a decision following your interview and you will then be informed through UCAS or direct correspondence, depending on which course you have applied for.



Course vacancies

Please contact the School of Education directly to find out up-to-date information about course vacancies.



Further information

If you have any queries please contact:
Kingston University London
School of Education
Kingston Hill,
Kingston upon Thames,
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 5145

Please note: all students who accept an offer from Kingston University London will be subject to our Terms and Conditions.

More information

NHS applicants

Applicants who work for NHS Trusts within the NHS London area must obtain their manager’s signature as well as the signature of the Trust’s named authorised signatory. Applicants who work outside the NHS London area must ensure that their application form contains full sponsorship details as appropriate.

Submitting your application

Application forms must be returned eight weeks before the start of the course/module. Once we have received enough applicants to make the course/module viable we will send you a letter with course dates, times, venue and registration requirements.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

  • Gain entry into a course even if you don’t have some of the required qualifications
  • Be exempt from certain parts of the course
  • Progress more quickly towards qualifying for the final award.
  • For example, you may have already studied individual modules or short courses or gained a relevant qualification at another institution. Or you may have achieved relevant learning through work experience, volunteer work, or as part of a training course.

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    Please feel free to contact our PPD Programme Office who will be happy to help you with any queries.


    All dates, venues and modules are correct at the time of publication. However, the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education reserves the right to alter any module dates or venues as circumstances arise. Every effort will be made to notify all applicants of any changes as soon as possible.