Offer of admission
If you have applied to study one of our undergraduate, postgraduate or MPhil/PhD degrees, and you have been accepted, you will be sent a formal offer of admission. (Please note: if you are planning to study a Certificate of Higher Education course or an open-access module, you can enrol directly onto the course or module)
This will either be a conditional or an unconditional offer:
- Unconditional offer: this means you have satisfied all the necessary entry requirements and have provided appropriate documentary evidence, so you can start the course.
- Conditional offer: this means you will be required to satisfy one or more conditions prior to enrolment. These will be stated clearly in the letter and may include, for example, obtaining a second-class honours degree, providing a second reference or passing an English language test. Once you have met these conditions, the offer will become unconditional.
You should complete and return the offer reply either to accept or to decline the offer being made to you.
If you accept an unconditional offer, we will send you information to enable you to enrol, including information on payment of fees. You must also register with the college before 31 October in the year you want to start your programme of study.
Get Ahead summer programme
Once you have applied for a course (even while you are waiting to hear about your application) you are eligible to attend free workshops designed to help you prepare and get ready for your degree study.