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Where you live is a big part of your student experience and where you’ll meet friends for life.
Help with the application process for international students.
Check our entry and English language requirements for your country.
Find out more about our interdisciplinary approach to research.
The Research, Innovation and Impact Services team can provide information about all aspects of research at Staffordshire University.
Access our specialist facilities, services and equipment.
Our Employer Partnerships team are here to answer any and all enquiries about our business services.
Our main city campus is in Stoke-on-Trent. We also have our Centre of Excellence in Healthcare Education, located in Stafford.
Choosing to study in the UK is a big decision so you’ll want to be sure you’ve chosen the course and the university that are right for you. Getting familiar with our education system and entry requirements will help with your application process. Your British Council office can give you impartial advice about studying in the UK. You can also contact one of our recognised overseas education representatives in your country.
Entry requirements for each course are outlined on our course pages.
For information on whether your qualifications meet our entry requirements, please see our information for your country. If you have an enquiry about your specific circumstances or qualifications, you can contact:
Most of our courses require an English Language level of IELTS Academic with 6 overall and no less than 5.5 in any component, and you can find out more about English Language tests we accept here and on your country page. However some courses we offer may require a higher IELTS Academic score to gain entry, so it is really important to check the entry requirements section on the relevant course page to avoid disappointment.
Importance advice: When completing your application to study at Staffordshire University you must provide details of and submit any previous visas you have applied for and been granted, including any visa refusals (for the UK or any other country). Failure to do so will negatively affect your Student Visa application.
In most cases, the time limit for studying at degree level is 5 years. There is no time limit on study at postgraduate level and above.
To find out more about time limits, please visit UKCISA.
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