International

International applicants

Entry Requirements

Find out what qualifications you need to study at Loughborough as a student from Malaysia.

We welcome applications from students studying A Levels, IB or STPM, and we normally look for a combination of A and B grades, although our grade requirements vary by course. Specific course requirements can be found in our prospectus.

The University also considers BTEC (HND) and a range of international qualifications, including recognised matriculation (Matrikulasi) and polytechnic certificates.

Applicants must also achieve the University’s English Language Requirements. In brief, for Malaysian students, the University accepts the Cambridge English Language Syllabus 1119 at grade C or above, or IELTS 6.5. .

Pre-sessional English Language tuition is available for those who fall slightly below the score normally expected for entry. More information can be found through our English Language Support Service .

We consider applications from students who have graduated with an undergraduate degree in an appropriate subject from any recognised university. Typically, we look for a GPA between 2.8 and 3.5 from a Malay university, or a good second class honours degree from a UK university.

Potential applicants should look at our Postgraduate Prospectus for further details of appropriate subject requirements as well as our international qualification equivalences table.

Applicants must also achieve the University’s English Language Requirements. In brief, for Malaysian students, the University accepts the Cambridge English Language Syllabus at grade C or above, or IELTS 6.5. .

Pre-sessional English Language tuition is available for those who fall slightly below the score normally expected for entry. More information can be found through our English Language Support Service .

A Masters degree in a relevant subject from a recognised university of appropriate standing will normally be required. You may also be required to meet the University’s English Language Requirements.

Please visit the guidelines for PhD students for more information.