6. What happens next

UCAS Applications

  • Once you have submitted your application, UCAS sends it to all the institutions you have selected.
  • Each university will make a decision based on your application and will communicate the outcome via UCAS Track
  • In some cases Admissions may require further information from you before making a decision, therefore please ensure that you keep updated with your e-mails.
  • If you are unable to meet the entry requirements for your chosen course, we may be able to offer you an alternative course.
  • Some courses may require an interview, audition, or portfolio submissions before a decision is made.

Direct (University) Applications

  • Once you have submitted your application, our Admissions department will receive this.
  • We will make a decision based on your application and will communicate the outcome via e-mail.
  • In some cases Admissions may require further information from you before making a decision, therefore please ensure that you keep updated with your e-mails.
  • If you are unable to meet the entry requirements for your chosen course, we may be able to offer you an alternative course.
  • Some courses may require a interview, audition or portfolio submissions before a decision is made.

More about the types of decisions we make.

What if I don't achieve my grades or don't get any offers?

UCAS Extra allows you to make an extra choice on top of the five you are allowed.

Clearing allows students who haven't got the grades asked for to try for another course or another institution. Each August our Clearing site lists the courses where we have places available.

Post-Application and Offer

 

Our Conversion Team work to support you from application through to enrolment. Once you become an applicant to the University you will have the opportunity to get in touch with them, attend applicant events, and much more.

Find out more: