How you apply to The Cass depends on the level and type of course you wish to study, please read on below for further information.
Full Time Students
If you are applying for a foundation (pre-degree) or undergraduate degree starting in February 2015, you should apply directly to the university by using the online application on your chosen course page.
If you are applying for a foundation (pre-degree) or undergraduate degree starting in September 2015, you should apply through UCAS. Your school or college can help you.
Our UCAS code is LONMT L68.
Each school at the Cass also has a lead academic for recruitment who can help with school or course specific queries.
Part Time Students
If you are applying to study an undergraduate course part-time you will need to apply directly through the University via the online application on the course pages
The majority of courses at The Cass interview applicants. The interview day is an opportunity to meet an academic tutor, talk to current students and explore the faculty. An Interview will last between 15-20 minutes and it is essential that you bring a portfolio of your work.
During the interview we will ask you to explain your work its process and the ideas. It is an informal meeting to discuss your work and your interests. We are interested in the individual applicant and what inspires them to apply to our courses.
During the interview, the lecturer will evaluate your creativity, your commitment, knowledge and your technical skills. Whilst looking at your work we will ask you about:
- Your ideas, and there importance to you.
- Its background and context.
- Your estimation of its strengths and weaknesses.
- Your methods and procedures.
Your ability to discuss your portfolio is as crucial as the work itself. After the interview you will not be told the decision. The admissions office will inform you of the outcome.
If you are invited to interview, our Admissions team will offer you a selection of dates to choose from by booking online.
Please note, failure to attend your interview will result in you being withdrawn as an applicant. We will only change your interview date in exceptional circumstances.
Postgraduate applications for February (MA by Project Only) are made directly to the University. If you wish to apply for a postgraduate degree course please apply online.
Part Time Postgraduate students should apply directly to the University in the same way as Full Time applicants.
Short and Professional Courses
Find your course and enrol online
To apply for one of our short courses please find the course in our short course area - on the course page there will be a link to enrol and pay via our e-shop. For further information about short courses at The Cass, please email The Cass Short Courses office.
Faculty open events
Want to see more?
We run a programme of Faculty- specific open events which give you the opportunity to see the faciltiies, meet staff and students, ask questions and get advice about your portfolio. We also participate in University wide events. The booking system for these events is live on Eventbrite.
Open Events for 2016 Entry
- For more information please click here.
Open events at The Cass
|Date||3 Dec 2015|
London Metropolitan University
59-63 Whitechapel High Street
This open evening is designed for prospective postgraduate students wanting to start their studies in January or September 2016. This event is open to those interested in studying within the... more
|Date||9 Dec 2015|
|Venue||166-220 Holloway Road|
Do you want to start a part-time or full-time degree in January 2016? This application workshop will help you to understand what you need to do to apply for your... more
|Date||10 Dec 2015|
59/63 Whitechapel High Street
(Entrance on Commercial Road)
This event is for students interested in starting an undergraduate course in January and September 2016 on one of the art, architecture,design, film or photography courses at The Sir John Cass... more
|Date||7 Jan 2016|
London Metropolitan University
This open evening is designed for prospective postgraduate students wanting to start their studies in January 2016. This event is open to those interested in studying within any of our faculties... more