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Apply to Summer School 2021

If you have any questions or need help completing your application, please email admissions@libf.ac.uk

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Personal details

Contact information


Please provide details of your current degree programme.

Programme of study

Which Summer School module are you applying for?

Personal statement

Please tell us why you would like to study this module and how it will help your career progression?


To take part in our Summer School programme, you will need to be able to provide the following:

  • Proof of English language qualification
  • Proof of Maths qualification
  • Colour copy of main page from your passport
  • Official transcript from your current degree programme
  • Criminal information including date of conviction, the offence and the sentence (if applicable)
All documents should be sent to: admissions@libf.ac.uk


Your personal data:
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Before submitting your application, please declare:
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You must complete this section submit your application.

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