The application process
After you have applied we will email you to let you know that we have received your application. We will send you a student number which enables us to deal with your application more efficiently. However this does not mean that we have offered you a place.
If you have not received an acknowledgement within three weeks of applying, please contact the Admissions Office with details of your full name, the programme for which you have applied and the date you applied.
Decisions on your application
You will receive one of five responses from us, depending on the information you have provided in your application:
1. We approve your application
We will send you an Offer letter telling you that your application has been accepted. In order that you can become a student the next step is for you to register with us, which is an online process, and pay your course fees. We will send you deadlines and information about how to do this.
2. We provisionally approve your application
You will need to supply further information and/or documentary evidence of your qualifications before we can make you a final offer.
3. We require more information and/or documentary evidence
We will email you for this information so that we can make a decision on your application.
4. You may not meet our entry requirements
We will refer your application to our Special Admissions Panel for a final decision. The Special Admissions Panel considers all aspects of your application, including qualifications, relevant work experience and reasons for study.
5. You definitely do not meet the entrance requirements
Our Admissions team will advise you about what further exams you need to pass to become eligible.