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REFEREES | REFERENCES MUST ACCOMPANY THIS APPLICATION FORM Give names, position and address of two people whose references are included with this application and who have been involved in supervising your recent academic work. If you have not been in education for a number of years please give your current employer instead of academic referee. | Name: Mr | Name | Position | Position | Address | Address | | | Tel. Fax. | Tel. Fax. | EMPLOYMENT AND EXPERIENCE Give details of your work experience (if any) and of any previous employment, including name and address of employer(s), position held, type of work undertaken and duties. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary. | | | | | | | | DISABILITY | Please tick box if you have a disability. | DECLARATION | I certify that the answers and other information given in this application are correct and complete. If I am admitted to the programme I undertake to observe the university regulations and to ensure payment of fees and other liabilities. Signature__________________________________ Date__________________________________ | | Where did you hear about the programme applied for? (please tick a box) Agent (please state) Open Day Website From University Telephone Other (please state) |

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