1 1/24/2013 UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW DIRECT ADMISSIONS SYSTEM Postgraduate Taught Application User Guide
2 Online Application Guide Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Technical support Creating your Applicant s account Step 1: Create Log-in Details Step 2: Adding your personal details Step 3: Adding Contact details Step 4: Review and Register Filling in an application form Programme selection Criteria Step 1 Personal Details Step 2 Contact details Step 3 Education details Step 4 English Proficiency Step 5 Work Experience Step 6 - Finance Step 7 References Step 8 Support documents Step 9 Source of Information Step 10 Criminal Conviction Step 11 - Declaration Submit the application Accessing a saved but unfinished application What happens next? Applicant Self Service Sections of Applicant Self Service Personal Details Admissions To Do List Uploading Additional documents Viewing the status of an application Viewing the conditions of an offer Withdrawing an offer Page ii
3 Introduction This guide is a step-by-step procedure to submit applications via the new University of Glasgow online system for: postgraduate taught students The online system allows you to upload supporting documents only in PDF format. Each file uploaded must not exceed 5MB in size. There is a maximum 10MB total upload size. For a free PDF writer go to Supporting documents normally required to apply: Final or current undergraduate degree transcript (and an official translation) - scanned copy in colour of the original document Degree certificate (and an official translation): scanned copy in colour of the original document (if you have already completed your degree). 2 references on headed paper (academic and/or professional - see course entry requirements) Any additional document specifically listed on the Taught degree programmes A-Z copy of your passport (photopage) - non-eu applicants only If English is not your first language, you will be required to provide a language test before you can start your studies. Technical support Should require technical support with the application process please log your enquiry at If you experience any problems logging into the online application system then you should try refreshing your browser by deleting your browser history and cookies or alternatively, try logging into the online application using a private browsing window (press Ctrl+Alt+P in most browsers to open a private window). Page 1
4 Online Application Guide 1. Creating your Applicant s account Access the Direct Admissions System at ENU.UOG_OAS_APP_LOGIN.GBL The first step to be completed before entering an application is to register your details and create an account. Your account contains all personal and contact details, which means that you will not need to type these details for each application you submit. We will use these details to contact you so please ensure that these details are complete Step 1: Create Log-in Details Log-in Screen: You will see this screen each time you wish to access your applicant s account. Page 2,
5 To create your Applicant s account, type the Security Code in the Security Code field. Note that the field is case-sensitive so the code must be typed exactly as seen. Click Register. You are now creating the log-in ID and password: Page 3
6 Online Application Guide Log-in ID: The Log-in ID is the address you wish to use in your correspondence with the University of Glasgow. Type it twice to confirm it is correct. Password: The password must be 8 characters long. Select a password easy to remember. The Password is case-sensitive. Type it twice to confirm it is correct. Click Next. Page 4,
7 1.2. Step 2: Adding your personal details You will now enter your personal details: Personal details should be entered as they appear on your Passport or ID document. If you do not have a First Name or a Last Name, enter * in the required field. Clicking on the icon beside a box will assist you in finding the correct entry to use. If there are a large number of possible entries, you may find it easier to sort by clicking on a column heading or using the search facility. Once you have completed all necessary fields, click Next. The Progress Line at the top of the screen shows how many steps are to be completed. You may go between section by clicking next, or any number on the Progress Line, or any of the links on the left hand-side. Page 5
8 Online Application Guide 1.3. Step 3: Adding Contact details You will now enter your Contact details. The Residential Address is your permanent address. The Mailing Address is your contact address during term time for example. If both addresses are the same, complete the residential address and tick the box Same address as above in the Mailing Address field. Click Next. Note that your address which is also the log-in ID is already populated: Page 6,
9 1.4 Step 4: Review and Register This final page allows you to review the information you have added to create your account. If you wish to amend any of the information, click on the link corresponding to the section to amend on the left hand-side, or click on the number of the section on the progress line. Page 7
10 Online Application Guide Once you have checked all details are correct, click on Register. Once the account is created, you will get the following message: Click OK. Page 8,
11 This takes you back to the log-in screen where you can now log-in with your address and the password you have chosen. Enter the address and password fields. Click Login. Please note you do not need to enter the security code again. Page 9
12 Online Application Guide 2. Filling in an application form Please take time to read instructions on the Welcome screen as per below, then click Continue. 2.1 Programme selection Criteria Academic Career is the level of study. Select Postgraduate Taught. Page 10,
13 Admit Term is the academic year you intend to attend (for example you would select Academic Year for a September 2014 start or a January 2015 start*). Mode of Study - Click on the arrow and select the right mode of studies. Programme of Study is the course that you would like to attend. To select a programme, click Search and select your programme from the list that appears at the bottom of the screen. Click Apply to start an application for the programme of your choice. *Please note that if the programme you select offers a January start then you will be given the option to select the start date in the Start Date section which will appear above personal details after you click Apply. To select a January start you should choose Calendar Year from the drop down box. Note that the Start Date option will only appear if you select a programme that offers a January start. Page 11
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15 2.2 Step 1 Personal Details Personal details are the 1 st step of the application. You can see this from the Progress Line at the top of the Screen. Note the Personal Details are auto-populated from the details input in your account. Check all details are correct and that all sections are complete. Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. Page 13
16 Online Application Guide 2.3 Step 2 Contact details Note the Contact Details are auto-populated from the details input in your account. Note that the address used to log in is already populated. Check all details are correct and that all sections are complete. Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. Page 14,
17 2.4 Step 3 Education details Current/Previous Study Information: Most institutions will be shown in the drop-down list. Click on the icon to view the list. You can search for the institution by typing a keyword in full or partially. For example, if you are searching for the University of Madras, it is easier to enter the word Madras and select contains from the drop-down menu on the left hand-side of the box. Click Look Up. See below: Page 15
18 Online Application Guide If the institution is not listed, please enter the institution manually in the adjacent box (please note that if your institution is listed, we may be able to make a decision quicker if you select your institution from the drop down box rather than typing it in manually). Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. Page 16,
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20 Online Application Guide 2.5 Step 4 English Proficiency All postgraduate taught students whose first language is not English are required to submit evidence of language proficiency before they can be accepted to study at the University of Glasgow. As part of their application, students should indicate which English language qualifications they hold. Language of Instruction: If the language of instruction at at least one of the universities you studied at is English, select Yes from the drop down menu. If the language of instruction at your university is not English, select No from the drop down menu: Language Test: If you have already taken a test fill in the details of the test If you have not taken a language test, please leave the fields blank. Note the screen will change according to whichever test you select to allow you to enter your results. See examples below: Example for IELTS results: Page 18,
21 Example for TOEFL results: Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. Page 19
22 Online Application Guide 2.6 Step 5 Work Experience You can enter the details of any relevant work experience in this section. Complete the work experience details for each employer using the + symbol to add a new employer. Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. 2.7 Step 6 - Finance There are 2 sections to complete, the Main Funding Source and the Tuition Fee Status Assessment. Main Funding Source: use drop-down menu to populate each box and complete. Tuition Fee Status Assessment: We consider a permanent resident someone who has been ordinarily resident in the UK and Islands (the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) for the full 3-year period before the start of their study, and whose main purpose for residence in the UK and islands must not have been to receive full-time education during any part of that 3-year period. See example screenshot below Page 20,
23 Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. Page 21
24 Online Application Guide 2.8 Step 7 References You can enter the details of two references in this section. The University will not contact your referees and it is your responsibility to obtain a reference from your referees on headed paper and upload it as part of your application. Alternatively, your referee can a reference directly to Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. 2.9 Step 8 Support documents The online system allows you to upload your supporting documents only in PDF format. Each file uploaded must not exceed 5MB in size. There is a maximum 10MB total upload size. For a free PDF writer go to Page 22,
25 You should only upload documents that are required and that are relevant to the application. See for a list of the documents that are normally required for making an application to a postgraduate taught degree. Select the category of document you wish to upload from the drop down menu, and then click on Upload Document. Click Browse and select the PDF document you wish to upload. Click Open, and then Upload. Repeat these steps until you have uploaded all the required documents. Page 23
26 Online Application Guide You can view details of the documents you have uploaded as per below. To view the document click on the To delete the document, click on the icon. icon. Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. Page 24,
27 2.10 Step 9 Source of Information In this section we ask you where you heard of the University of Glasgow. Select the Source of Information from the drop down menu and use the Further Details box to add any additional information. Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. Page 25
28 Online Application Guide 2.11 Step 10 Criminal Conviction Please read this section carefully and only tick the box if it applies to you. Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. Page 26,
29 2.12 Step 11 - Declaration This is the last step of the application process. You should now review the application and submit it. Incomplete Information: If you have left compulsory fields empty, a warning message will appear at the bottom of the screen with a link to the section requiring attention. You will not be able to submit the application until all information has been provided. If there is no issue, tick the box to confirm that you have read the declaration then click on Submit Application. Page 27
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31 2.13 Submit the application Once you have clicked Submit Application, you will get a warning message to ensure you want to submit the application. Click OK to submit, click Cancel to return to the application. You will get confirmation that the application has been submitted: Click Continue. This will take you to the screen showing a summary of all submitted applications. You can Sign Out or submit a new application for the same Applicant. To submit a new application, click on the New Application button. Page 29
32 Online Application Guide Please note: it will normally take at least 1 working day for an acknowledgment to be sent to you after you have submitted your application and it can take up to 3 working days. If you do not receive an acknowledgment after submitting your application, please wait at least 3 working days before contacting us regarding this matter. Page 30,
33 3. Accessing a saved but unfinished application Access the log-in screen. Enter your address and the password you have chosen when you created your account. Click Login. Please note you do not need to enter the security code again. You can now see a list of all applications submitted on behalf of the Applicant and their status. Submitted Status: the application has been sent to the Admissions Team for review. The application may be viewed but not amended. Pending Status: the application has not been sent to the Admissions Team for review and will not be until you submit it. Admissions staff will not be able to see the application at this stage. The application can be amended or deleted. To delete the application, click on the To amend the application, click on the button. button. Page 31
34 Online Application Guide Once in the application, use the Progress Line or the links on the left hand-side of the screen to navigate to the section you wish to complete or amend. Page 32,
35 Move to the next section by clicking Next or to any section of your choice by clicking on one of the links on the left hand-side. You may save your application at any point and return to it later. Simply click on the link Save and Return to my applications at the top right corner of the screen. What happens next? Once your application is submitted, you will receive an confirming your application is submitted providing your Student ID giving instruction to log in to the Applicant Self Service Page 33
36 Online Application Guide 4. Applicant Self Service Details on accessing Applicant Self Service will be sent to you by within 72 hours see How to Apply Applicant Self Service for more information. Applicant Self Service allows you to: check the status of your application upload any additional documents update your personal details accept any offer you may receive pay a deposit (only if a deposit has been requested) defer any offer you receive Please note that once you have submitted an application, you will no longer be able anymore to update or amend your application on the Online Application Form which you used to submit your application. From then on you will need to use Applicant Self Service to update personal details and upload documents and you will only be able to use the Online Application Form to: reset your Applicant Self Service password submit additional applications Accessing Applicant Self Service Click this link here to access Applicant Self Service If you have forgotten your password or if it does not work, you can reset it as follows: Go to the Online Application Form login page: Click this link here to access the Online Application Form Click on the "Forgotten your password?" link page You must enter the address you used when creating your application A new password will be ed to you. If you experience any other problems logging into the online application system then you should try refreshing your browser by deleting your browser history and cookies or alternatively, try logging into the online application using a private browsing window (press Ctrl+Alt+P) in most browsers to open a private window. If you have any technical problems with Applicant Self Service, please contact: Page 34,
37 4.1 Sections of Applicant Self Service The name and applicant number appear at the top left corner of the screen. There are 4 sections that are relevant to you: Admissions; Personal Information; Finances; To Do List Personal Details Personal details are those that you have entered when creating your account. If these details change, amendments must be done in Applicant Self Service. Page 35
38 Online Application Guide Use the links on the page to add or amend information. You can also access relevant section by using the drop down menu and clicking on the button. The link will take to the relevant tab as per below: Use the and buttons on the relevant screens to add and amend the information. To go back, use the drop down menu either in the top right corner of the screen or the bottom left, Select Student Centre, then click on the button: Page 36,
39 4.1.2 Admissions The Admissions section is where you can: view the status of applications upload documents withdraw an application ask a question about an application The Application Status is indicated by the following symbols: To Upload documents, Withdraw an application or Defer an application use the links on the left hand-side of the screen: To Ask a Question, click on the relevant link. This will take you to an enquiry form. The form should be used instead of sending an To Do List The To Do List shows all the documents required to meet the conditions of offer for each application that has been submitted. If no documents are required, the screen will look like this: Page 37
40 Online Application Guide If further documents are required, the screen will list all the documents that are required. This will change for each applicant. To view the documents required for each applications, click on Details. See the section 4.4 below on how to view each items on the To Do List which are required to meet the conditions of offer. Page 38,
41 4.2 Uploading Additional documents Click on the Upload Documents link. Click on Upload. To go back instead, use the drop down menu either in the top right corner of the screen or the bottom left, select Student Centre, then click on the button: Page 39
42 Online Application Guide The top half of the screen shows details of the application. In the Uploaded Documents Section, you can view the documents that you uploaded on the online application systems. Click on the icon to view the PDF. To upload a new document, select the relevant category of document from the drop-down menu and click Upload Document. Click Browse. Select the PDF document you wish to upload. Click Upload. Page 40,
43 The new document will appear in Uploaded Documents Section. Click the button to return to the Student Centre. 4.3 Viewing the status of an application Scroll down to the Admissions section. The symbol next to your application will indicate the status of your application. The significance of each symbol is shown above the list of submitted applications. The available application statuses are: Incomplete Application is on hold until we receive further documents OR you have accepted a conditional offer (NB the application is incomplete until such time as all the conditions are met). Admitted Application has been accepted unconditionally. Cancelled Application has been unsuccessful OR you have declined your offer OR the University has withdrawn your offer. Conditionally Admitted Application has been accepted conditionally (and you have not replied yet). Decision Pending Application has been received but no decision has been made yet. Page 41
44 Online Application Guide In the example below, the applicant was made a conditional offer and has not replied yet: 4.4 Viewing the conditions of an offer On the right hand-side of the screen, the conditions will be listed under the section To Do List. To view details of the conditions, click on the Details link. All the documents you are required to provide are listed on this page. Page 42,
45 Note the due date of each requested item. Documents must be provided within the deadline to meet the condition of offer or the offer may be withdrawn. You can view more details for each item of the list by clicking on the item. At the top of the screen, you will find the name of the applicant, the To Do Item, and details of the application the condition is for (Academic career, and Application Number) The Description section will provide details of regarding the document you need to provide. Click the button to go back to the list of To Do Items. To go back to the Student Centre, use the drop down menu either in the top right corner of the screen or the bottom left, Select Student Centre, then click on the button: 4.5 Withdrawing an offer Page 43
46 Online Application Guide Log in to the Student Centre. Scroll down to the Admissions section. Click on the Withdraw Application link. To go back to the Student Centre, use the drop down menu either in the top right corner of the screen or the bottom left, Select Student Centre, then click on the button: Page 44,
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