Before you make an application
It is important that you have read through our information pages before making an application to one of our Study Abroad programmes. In particular, please read the entry requirements before you complete the form.
Please have your Study Abroad advisor complete the Study Abroad/International Office Student Reference Form and return to you.
To find out more about studying abroad at Goldsmiths, sign up to receive updates from the Study Abroad team.
Online application form
Applications for autumn 2018 are now open. Apply now using our online application form.
|Entry date||Applications open||Application deadline|
|September 2018||1 February 2018||1 June 2018|
|January 2019||1 August 2018||15 November 2018|
Before submitting your application, please ensure you have the following supporting documents ready to attach to your application form;
|Official transcript||If you are applying to undergraduate Study Abroad please submit a transcript from your current undergraduate degree. Likewise, if you are applying to postgraduate Study Abroad, please upload a transcript from your current masters.|
|Study Abroad/International Office Student Reference Form||If you are having trouble accessing this form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Academic reference||We don’t require an academic reference at the point of application. We may contact you directly to request an academic reference if we have any questions about your academic standing.|
Only applicable if you are applying for either our Art or Design programme/modules.
You can also see our advice and guidance on how to complete your portfolio.
|English language certificate||
IELTS scores (or another English language certificate) are not required if the student is currently studying at a US institution as s/he has already been evaluated on his/her level of English proficiency by the home institution.
IELTS 6.5 for our undergraduate and postgraduate level/IELTS 5.0 for our year zero level.
Please see below for a list of alternative English Language requirements.
Alternative English Language requirements
The table below outlines the alternative English language qualifications we accept. English language qualifications
must be less than two years old at the time you will start your studies with us.
|A-Level in English from a UK awarding body||International Baccalaureate (taught in English)||Kaplan Pre-Masters Programme|
|Bellerbys Foundation Programme||International Baccalaureate with English as a subject||Malaysian 1119 English Module|
|Cambridge Advanced English||International Baccalaureate English Language A: Literature||Norwegian Vitnemal in English|
|Cambridge Proficiency English||International Baccalaureate English Language A: Language and Literature||Singapore Integrated Programme (IP) in Language Arts|
|CEG (**in Full) OnCampus IFC (**in Full)||International Baccalaureate English Language B||Singapore O/A Level|
|GCSE/O-Level in English from a UK awarding Body||INTO University Foundation Programme||USA 3 Advanced Placements|
|Hong Kong Examinations and Assessments Authority||INTO University Graduate Diploma|
|Indian Standard X/Indian Standard XII||Kaplan University Foundation Certificate|
Online application form
To apply for our Study Abroad Programme, please complete our online application form.
Make sure you complete all sections of the form. and upload any supporting documents.We’re not able to make a final decision on incomplete applications. Once you submit your application, you'll receive an automated email to confirm that your application has been received.
If you have any questions about this process please contact studyabroad (@gold.ac.uk).
Offers of places
If your application is successful, you'll be sent an official offer letter by email. Make sure that you read this thoroughly and follow any instructions. Your modules will be provisional at this stage and will be confirmed during your enrolment. Please note that you need to officially accept your place to Study Abroad at Goldsmiths in order to apply for on-campus accommodation.
We have a dedicated Immigration Team to help you with any immigration advice you should need. They offer workshops, drop-in sessions, individual appointments and email advice. They also host a series of immigration webchats throughout the year, and you can contact them with any enquiries on immigration (@gold.ac.uk).
Once you've received and accepted a formal offer you'll be eligible to apply to for a room in one of our halls of residence. If you would like to apply, please register and submit an online application form.
Find out more about accommodation options available to Study Abroad students.