Lancaster has been welcoming students from around the world for many years. We have a lot of experience of the different education systems across the world.
To study at Lancaster you would need to ensure you meet our entry requirements, and it is essential that you have the right level of English to be successful on your degree course.
You may need to complete a foundation course before you begin to study at a UK undergraduate level. We accept qualifications from a wide range of institutions, including Lancaster's own International Foundation Year and courses offered by partners overseas.
If you studied at school or college outside of the United Kingdom, here's how we evaluate international qualifications.
If you studied at a university outside of the United Kingdom, here's how we evaluate international qualifications.
If your first language is not English, you may be asked for a recognised English language qualification.
Lancaster University International Study Centre is based in the campus and provides international students with the opportunity to progress to degree study at the University.
If you are from a country where the secondary education system is broader than that of the UK, or is one year shorter, you may need to take a foundation course before entering a UK undergraduate degree scheme.