Your offer

Once we’ve received your application and you’ve attended an interview (if your course requires it) then we’ll be able to tell you if we can make you an offer. If you receive an offer this handy breakdown will help you to understand that offer and what your next steps are.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​If you are a current applicant or offer holder wishing to start in 2020 please see the COVID-19 FAQs for our latest guidance.

Understanding your offer

  • Unconditional offer – your offer is unconditional if you:

    • have already met the academic qualifications needed (and our English Language requirements if you're an international student)

    • are not required to meet any further conditions.

  • Conditional offer – your offer is conditional if you:
    • still have exams to take and you will need to pass them with specific qualifications in order to get your place confirmed

    • still have English Language requirements to meet

    • have applied to a course which has additional requirements such as a DBS check or declaration of health.
  • Unsuccessful / withdrawn – we're unable to offer you a place.

If you've had an interview and been made an offer, here's what you need to do

If you've not had an interview and been made an offer, here's what you need to do

Attending an offer holder day or campus visit day

  • Have you had an interview and hold an offer from us (either conditional or unconditional)?
    • If yes, then book on to one of our campus visits for a chance to see the university in-person (if you haven't already) and get a feel for the place. Book now
  • Not had an interview, but you have an offer from us (either conditional or unconditional)?

Arranging student finance

Accepting your offer

International students

Apply for accommodation

Discover where you'll call home

Getting your results

Starting University

If you have any questions, get in touch:

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