There are six steps to the UCAS application process:
Important application information
Student Protection Plan
The Student Protection Plan is in place to protect your interests in the case of substantial change.
Terms and conditions of your offer
Important information about accepting or cancelling your offer.
Student Compensation and Refund Policy
The policy covers decisions regarding tuition fees, other course costs, accommodation costs, sports memberships and other relevant costs are compensated or refunded to students.
What happens after you have applied?
We will make a decision on your application as quickly as possible. Where relevant, we will take contextual data into account.
We will contact you directly if you are to be invited for interview, although most courses do not normally interview applicants. If we make you an offer of admission you will receive official notification through UCAS and an offer letter from the University.
The Admissions Tutor will also normally invite you to visit the Department at one of our Offer Holder Days. If you firmly accept our offer, we will send you further information during the Spring of your admission year. If you meet the conditions of our offer and become ‘unconditional firm’ with us, you will be sent further details regarding registration and starting at the University.