Applications for 2022 entry will open in October 2021. To register your interest for future year intakes please fill in the short form at the bottom of our About the Scheme page. You will receive an email as soon as applications open for your year of entry.
Applications should ideally be submitted by the end of March 2021. Applications received after this date may not be accepted if courses are over subscribed.
Network75 is outside of the UCAS application process; therefore it will not count as one of your 'choices'.
Please download a copy of the Network75 Application Form
Download: Network75 Application Form
Return to [email protected]
It is important that you refer to the guidance below before completing. Any missing information may result in the processing of your application being delayed.
You will receive an automatic email receipt to confirm that your application has been received. If you do not receive this confirmation check your junk/spam folders and then contact Network75.
Familiarise yourself with the application process and timeline below.
Your application is sent to host companies. Therefore, it is important to make a good impression to maximise your chance of being shortlisted for interview:
The Further Information section of your application is very important; this is your opportunity to sell yourself to potential host companies. Host companies will use this section to shortlist candidates for interview so make sure you keep this in mind when writing it. Think about your:
If you are currently studying at a school/college/university please provide at least 1 referees details who can provide your predicted grades. This person is usually Head of Sixth Form, a Personal Tutor, or the Head of Department/Course.
Please note: All applications must be word-processed. Handwritten applications will not be accepted.
Network75 will keep you updated on the progress of your application by email, so it is important you check your inbox on a regular basis. Below gives a brief outline of the application process as well as an approximate timeline of each stage:
Applicants who are unsuccessful in securing a placement at a host company have the option to study at USW full time on their chosen course (subject to entry requirements being met). They will then be able to be reconsidered for the scheme the following academic year. Applicants who choose this option will need to be self-funded for any years they undertake full time study, i.e. through tuition fee loans/grant etc.