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Meeting the Conditions of Offers

Once an offer is accepted an applicant will still need to meet any conditions specified in the universities offer of a place, unless unconditional offers are made with no non academic requirements. In the main, this will require the applicant achieving the appropriate marks/grades, or qualifications to meet the selection criteria for the course.

For applicants applying through UCAS examination results are received for a range of examination results, the list of which can be found at UCAS.​

All other qualifications, and for those applicants applying directly to the University, need to be sent to the Admissions teams as soon as possible after they have been received.

Those offers that include non-academic conditions such as a DBS, Occupational Health Check, Experience, will need to be met before applicants are accepted and allowed to enrol.

Applicants are informed if they meet or do not meet the terms of their offer. Applicants who do not meet all the conditions may still be accepted into their initial choice if there are places on the course, and if academic reconsideration deems that the overall qualities and achievement of the applicant is appropriate. Alternative offers may also be made if an applicant’s initial choice cannot be accepted.