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We understand that your choice of university might not be what you expected. No need to worry, we can help you continue your undergraduate studies by transferring to University of Gloucestershire.
After starting your journey into higher education, you may discover that the university you’re studying at is not quite what you expected.
This is not uncommon and can be for a variety of reasons – you might not have been able to secure accommodation at your chosen university, or wish to move closer to home.
Don’t worry, you are not alone, and you can always choose to transfer to University of Gloucestershire to continue your undergraduate studies.
You can transfer via UCAS Clearing too. If you have previously accepted a place elsewhere and want to transfer to UoG, call our Clearing hotline on 03330 432 414. We’ll even guarantee you a place in halls if you accept a place through Clearing and apply for accommodation by 9 September 2022 at 5pm.
Your first step is to get in touch with our admissions team and provide them with the following information:
If you are given an offer, head to the UCAS website to complete your application process.
We recommend carrying out some research into the financial support available for your studies and the course(s) entry requirements.
Once you’ve received an offer, head to UCAS and begin the application process.
If you have recently started at university, you may be able to use the same UCAS form to apply to us if your current university can release you into Clearing.
If your previous UCAS application is older, you may need to complete a new one – don’t worry, our admissions team will let you know when you need to do this.
If you have previously applied to university, you will already have a personal ID and password which you can use to log in to UCAS website.
A personal statement is a very useful resource for us to understand why you want to study on the course, and for you to tell us about any relevant experience you have.
UCAS will ask you to include a personal statement in your application, but we also recommend you send it to our admissions team when you get in touch.
We also ask you to include a reference on your UCAS form, and usually this would be provided by someone at your current institution. We recommend contacting your reference in advance to help speed up the process when UCAS sends them a reference request.
Check out this handy UCAS guide on how to write a personal statement.
Lastly, if you’re looking to transfer credits then we’ll need the following information from you:
Prospective students who wish to apply for the accreditation of credits previously gained at another institution may apply for Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL).
APL is the term used for the award of credit for learning undertaken prior to entry to a programme of study; APL falls into two categories:
APL is accepted by the University of Gloucestershire for undergraduate programmes of study providing the outcomes of prior learning can be mapped to the intended University of Gloucestershire award.
Students leaving the university are provided with an academic transcript of their studies that details the number and level of credits earned to date; where sufficient credits have been earned to justify an award, students are also provided with the applicable certificate and diploma supplement.
If you have any questions about APL or transferring credits, please get in touch with our admissions team who can provide further support.
We have a range of high-quality accommodation on or close to our campuses in Cheltenham and Gloucester – contact our accommodation team and they would be delighted to help if places are available, or can suggest alternative accommodation options.