How to enrol for short courses at Goldsmiths


You can sign up for most Goldsmiths short courses online via the 'enrol now' button on the course pages.

However, for some short courses you will need to download the appropriate form, fill it in and return it to us. Please see the information below.

Enrol on Music, Confucius Institute or Therapeutic Studies short courses

To enrol for Music, Therapeutic Studies or Confucius Institute short courses, please complete the Short Course Enrolment Form and return it with payment of the tuition fee via email, post or in person below.

By email: Send a scanned copy of the form, including your credit card details, to

By post: For most courses you can enrol on the course online from the course page. Click 'enrol now' and you will be automatically directed to the Eventbrite page where you can book your place. Return the form to: Enrolments, Room 117, Richard Hoggart Building, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, London SE14 6NW. Payments can be made by cheque, credit card or direct debit. Do not post cash.

In person: Return the form to the Student Centre, Room 117 Richard Hoggart Building. We are open Monday to Friday 10am-4pm.

Enrol on AIR short courses

If you wish to join any one of our AIR courses

  • Academic Writing, Publishing and Presenting
  • Bioinformatics I: Genetic Association Analysis
  • Bioinformatics II: Genomics
  • Introduction to R: Introduction to Data Analysis & Programming
  • Introduction to Python: Introduction to Data Analysis & Programming
  • Advanced Psychological Research‌
  • International Business Law & Advocacy I
  • International Business Law & Advocacy II

Please complete the AIR enrolment form and return it to


Terms and conditions

Booking forms that are not completed in full or are returned without payment of the appropriate tuition fee in full will not be processed.

If you're under 18 please contact so we can send you the appropriate paperwork for your parents or guardian to sign.

If a course is full, no payment will be taken and your details will be passed to the department who will contact you with possible alternatives or put your name on a waiting list.

Many of the short courses are non-credit bearing and not subject to refund should you decide to withdraw once the course has commenced. Further details on fees and the refund policy.

Although most courses don't require academic authorisation to study, in some cases a course tutor may advise you transfer to another course if, after the first session, they think the course is of an unsuitable level.