If you are successful at the point of application or interview, you will be made an offer
There are two types of offer that can be made:
This will be subject to your Level 3 results or providing evidence of previously achieved qualifications. There may be other conditions such as fitness to study or gaining work experience but this will be discussed with you
If you do not meet the entry criteria stated on the course factsheets, or if the tutor needs further evidence of your ability, you may be set a pre-entry assignment. This will usually be a written assignment based on a subject specific theme. Full details will be sent out with your offer.
Any deadlines stated on your offer must be met. Failure to meet deadlines may lead to your application being rejected.
For a guide to the different levels of study and for qualification equivalents click here (external link)
You have met all of the academic requirements of the courses.
You are not "just a number" to us!
It can take up to three weeks after interview before you find out if you have been made an offer but we aim to let you know as soon as possible. We take the time to thoroughly review your application form, not only to ensure you are considered for the right course but also to provide you with any specialist advice that may support you on your journey to enrolment.
The fastest way to find out the outcome of your application is on UCAS Track. We recommend that you check it on a regular basis.
If you have been unsuccessful in your application we will notify you via UCAS Track.
If you feel that the University Centre's decision is unfair or you have further information that we may not have considered then you may wish to appeal.