Application Form

This application form will allow you to apply for upcoming courses at the Condé Nast College. If the course you wish to apply for is unavailable on the drop down menu, please note that it will be released closer to the course start date. 

On the application form, you will be asked to provide details about yourself including your personal details, education history and any work experience you have undertaken.  You will be asked to write in 250 words a personal statement describing your academic interests and reasons for applying to the College.  

Before starting the application form be sure to have with you: 

a) Your personal statement - you may find it helpful to type your statement in a program such as Microsoft Word or Apple Pages and paste it into the application form when you get to that section. 

b) Your education history (e.g. exam certificates), detailing qualifications you have gained since the age of 16. You will be asked to state the examination board, subject, qualification and result/grade. If English is not your first language, you will be asked to provide details of your English language qualifications, even if results are pending (e.g. IELTS, TOEFL).

c) Your work experience – you will be asked to provide details of employment/work you have undertaken.

All the information we collect here will be for the purposes of processing your College application and it will be treated in the strictest confidence. Click here if you would like to read the Condé Nast College Privacy Policy.

Please note that to progress through the application form you should click the NEXT button which appears at the bottom of each page; this will take you to the next section.  Please do not use the forward browser or use your keyboard's ENTER key. Additionally do not use the REFRESH button on your browser.  Any of these actions will prevent you from completing the application form. If you want to review sections that you have already completed, use the grey "back" button at the bottom of the screen. Clicking the "reset" button will only reset the current screen and not previous sections.