UGDip Egyptology / Application and selection

Year of entry: 2020

How to apply

Advice to applicants

Application guidance

You should read our  application guidance  (PDF, 527KB) before completing the  online application form . If you experience any difficulties completing the online application form, please do not hesitate to contact us at  egyptologyonline@manchester.ac.uk .

Please note that the link to the online form will take you to a screen headed 'Postgraduate Applicant Sign On'. You can ignore the heading; this is the correct form to complete.

Supporting form

As part of the application process, you will need to also complete and upload the relevant form below

You will probably find it helpful to have this document scanned and ready before you begin your online application.

Remember that we cannot fully consider your application until we have received your supporting document. There is no need for you to send us hard copies of anything once you have submitted your application online.

Computer requirements

The course is delivered completely online using the Blackboard learning environment. You will need a computer with internet connection to access the course. Access to a scanner, digital camera or an all-in-one printer is also recommended for the hieroglyphic element of the course.

Accessing the course on a mobile device

Our students can expect to have access to lecture materials, video lectures, discussion boards, quizzes and submission areas via web browsers on mobile devices (such as tablets and smartphones), assuming they have access to a good mobile or Wi-Fi signal.

If you are planning to use a tablet as your primary device, you must ensure that it has a reasonably good specification for accessing the internet and viewing videos. Your tablet should have word processing software.

While access is available via smartphones, we advise that students do not use a smartphone as their only device, as the screen size will cause difficulties in some aspects of the course, such as essay writing, and may make some areas of the course difficult to read.