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Before completing this form, please review the entry requirements and application guidance, which are in line with those for the PgDip Sleep Medicine Programme.

Please note that you are required to supply the following supporting documents:

• Personal statement
• Official transcripts
• CV
• Essay
• References x 3

Personal and Contact Details

Skills and Qualifications

If your first language is not English, or if your first language is English but you are not a national of the UK, Ireland or a majority English-speaking country recognised by the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI), you must supply suitable evidence that you have reached the relevant higher level of English proficiency before any offer of a place can be confirmed. In some circumstances the English language requirements may be waived. Further details can be found on the University of Oxford website.

Monitoring Participation

Academic/Employment References

Your personal statement should be between 400 and 500 words. Please outline why you are applying for the course and how sleep medicine might be useful in your professional practice. Only documents written in English will be accepted. This will be assessed for: your reasons for applying; the ability to present a reasoned case in English; commitment to the subject, beyond the requirements of the degree course; and preliminary understanding of sleep medicine and its importance.

Once you click Submit, your form will be sent to the Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine team for confidential review. You will then be contacted directly via email with further details on how to submit your supporting documents (essay, degree transcript(s), CV and references). If you have any queries meantime, please contact

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