Once you know what area you'd like to study, there are five stages to the application process to enrol in Media Design School. This includes preparing your documents, applying online, review, and interview (meeting or over the phone). After the interview, successful candidates will receive an Offer of Place and be enrolled in the school.
Stage 1: Prepare your documents
This includes your portfolio, academic records, and letter of intent. Find out what documentation you need to prepare here.
Stage 2: Complete your online application
Once you have your documents, applying online is easy. If you have any questions throughout the process, get in touch so we can help.
Stage 3: Review
Once your application (with all supporting documents) has been received, it will be reviewed by the Admissions Board.
Stage 4: Interview
Please note that you may be contacted during the review process for an interview, which will take place at Media Design School, or by Skype or telephone.
Stage 5: Offer of Place and Enrolment
Successful applicants will receive an Offer of Place for the programme, along with information about enrolling and studying at Media Design School. To reserve your place on the programme you will need to sign your Fee Protect Student Acknowledgement Form (PT Form) within 10 working days of the date of issue of the Offer of Place. We will reserve a place for you through the date specified above. If you fail to sign the PT Form within the date frame or we do not hear from you the place offer is subject to availability. If no places are available, you may be placed on the waitlist, or your offer may be cancelled. After signing your PT Form, you will then need to pay your full fees as invoiced.
For international students you will need to make arrangements for your accommodation and travel and include proof of this – along with your documents from Media Design School – with your student visa application.
The number of places for each course is limited, and admission is based on the quality and content of your application (including your portfolio, if applicable), prior experience and achievements, your level of written and spoken English, maturity, attitude and commitment to the intensity of our course.