The outcome of your application

An offer is authoritative and official only if it has been sent in writing from the Undergraduate Admissions Office. All decisions will also be sent to you via UCAS Track. Decisions on admissions are made on the basis of academic merit, contextual data, and the availability of places on specific programmes.

You will receive one of these decisions on your application:



What next?

Unconditional Offer

You have satisfied the academic requirements
for the programme and we have received certified copies of your qualification. EU and International students will have also met our English language conditions.

Check your UCAS Hub account for when you need to respond to your offer.

Conditional Offer

You have not yet met our academic/English requirements, but will take your exams in this academic year. If you meet all of the conditions of your offer, your place will be confirmed.

Check your offer letter for the full conditions of your offer.

Check your offer letter to see whether we require certified copies of your qualifications.

If you require an English language qualification, ensure you make suitable arrangements before 31 July 2024.

Check your UCAS Track account for when you need to respond to your offer.

Unsuccessful application

We are unable to offer you a place. This decision is final. Applications can only be reconsidered in exceptional cases, for instance where a candidate’s study has been affected by personal circumstances of which the School was not aware at the time the decision was made. Please note that even in such circumstances, there can be no guarantee that a place will be offered.

All unsuccessful applicants will receive feedback from the Admissions Selector via email.