You can apply for any course at GCNYC through our online application system.
Simply click the link below to create a new account, choose your course and upload relevant documents.
All master’s degree programs at GCNYC require a four-year bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2.7 GPA, 2.2. UK honors degree, or equivalent. See our individual course pages for program-specific information.
Please note that we cannot currently accept applications from those requiring a visa to study in the United States.
Your application to GCNYC must include:
- Payment of a $50 application fee (waived for fall 2017 applicants)
- Completed application form
- Official transcript from institution that issued your baccalaureate degree*
*You may include an electronic or unofficial transcript with your initial application; admissions decisions will be conditional until GCNYC receives official transcripts.
GCNYC will communicate a decision on your application as promptly as possible. You may be accepted, denied, or allowed to register as a non-matriculated student. If you register as a non-matriculated student, you may reapply at a later date, using your subsequent grades as evidence of success in your postgraduate studies.
If we are unable to offer you the program of your choice, we may extend an offer for an alternative program.
GCNYC reserves the right to withdraw, at any point in the process, an application that is considered fraudulent.
Transfer credit and recognition of prior learning
GCNYC understands that many students acquire knowledge and skills through a wide range of prior learning experiences – both formal and informal. Our page on Transfer credit and recognition of prior learning (RPL) includes all the necessary information on what kinds of experience and coursework might be eligible, as well as how to apply to have it recognized.
Equal Opportunity Statement
Glasgow Caledonian New York College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability, political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, arrest record, veteran or marital status in its education programs or activities, including employment and admissions.