Admissions Process

All candidates who apply to study at London School of Science and Technology will be invited to an Assessment Day at the campus where you’d like to study. The assessment day is a very exciting opportunity, as it will allow you to discover more about our range of courses, meet our academic staff, ask current students what life at LSST is like and speak to our student support staff.

The aim of the assessment day is to check that you qualify to enrol on the course, by examining your academic skills, understanding of the course and commitment to further/higher education study. The Admissions Team will be on hand to assist you with any questions or problems you may encounter on the day. At LSST we understand the importance of academic opportunities and strives to provide this to our students and prospective students.

Our Admissions Team will be there to guide you through the application process, and provide general advice on our range of courses and the different entry requirements. The Admissions Team can also help you with personal statement and CV before submitting your application.

The assessment day will last approximately 2 hours.

We have two intakes per year: January and September.

If you wish to download our Process of Application, Selection and Admissions of Students booklet, please click here.

Please see below our Admissions process flowchart.

What to expect



During the assessment day, prospective applicants are required to complete the following:

  • Online Application
  • Online Numeracy and Literacy Test
  • Screening for Accreditation of Prior Experience (SAPE)
  • Academic Interview
    • You may be invited to attend an additional interview if you have declare a Criminal Record, disability or previous finance.

What to bring:



It is mandatory that you bring the following documents with you:

  • Valid ID (passport, birth certificate, etc)
  • Proof of address (dated within 3 months)
  • Proof of previous qualifications (certificates)
  • An updated CV
  • Personal Statement

Failure to bring these documents will delay the admission process and can possibly result in you having to reschedule your appointment.

What Next?



The Admissions Panel will review all applications and the outcome of your application will be published on your online application.

Alternatively, if you would like to apply now for one of our courses, please click here to complete a course enquiry form.

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