De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) is a dynamic institution with a long and vibrant history of improving people’s lives through education. Originally founded as the Leicester School of Art in 1870, the university has evolved through many incarnations including the Leicester Colleges of Art and Technology and Leicester Polytechnic.
Leicester Polytechnic officially became De Montfort University on 26 June 1992. The name was chosen to reflect the university’s long association with Leicester by commemorating the celebrated Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, a crucial figure in medieval history who established the first parliament in 1265.
To be eligible for a place at DMUIC, you must satisfy our standard English Language requirements. Our courses necessitate an IELTS score of 5.5 or its equivalent, with a minimum of 5.5 in each component. If you don't meet these English Language requirements, we have an alternative option available. You can enroll in a pre-sessional English course, which must be completed just before you begin the first/second stage of your chosen program:
In the UK, students apply for university online via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service – known as UCAS. For their application, your child will be asked to submit information such as education details and predicted grades, any employment history and a personal statement.
They will also need a reference from a teacher which is usually submitted by their school or college. Contextual offer Here at DMU we welcome all applications, no matter what your background. It's our goal to help you reach your goal, by ensuring you have the best opportunity to go onto higher education.
To make sure you get fair and equal access to higher education, when looking at your application, we consider more than just your grades – we take into account any challenges that you may have faced in your education and the potential effect this may have had on your qualifications. To do this we’ll look at contextual information from your UCAS form.
Students commencing their studies at DMU in the first year of an undergraduate course could benefit from an international scholarship if they meet the requirements in the table below:
|Programm for Scholarship||
:Undergraduate and postgraduate
:up to £3000