Before you apply
Choose your course
Choosing the right course is one of the most important decisions youll make, so think carefully about what you want from your studies.
You'll need to think about:
- which subjects you enjoy and interest you
- how long you want to study for
- what type of study options you are looking for
- what grades you might obtain
- your future career options
We offer an exciting range of courses including single honours (one main subject) or joint honours (two main subjects). Some of our degree courses are offered as Integrated Masters where you undertake a fourth year taught at postgraduate level, converting your undergraduate degree to a postgraduate one.
For more information look at our Course finder.
Check the entry requirements for your course
The minimum entry requirements for our undergraduate courses vary depending on the course so be sure to check our Coursefinder for the most up-to-date information. If you don't have the formal qualifications for immediate entry to a degree course, you can take a foundation course. These courses help you prepare for degree-level studies and gain the necessary academic background to the subject. If English is not your first language, make sure you meet our English language requirements.
For your key dates and application deadlines see our application timetable.
You should apply online through UCAS for full-time courses. Our UCAS code is L23. International students should apply through the UCAS system in the same way as UK and EU students.
If you are applying for a part-time degree you should apply directly to the University.
Taking a year out
If you wish to defer entry for a year, mention this on your UCAS form and check the relevant admissions policy for your particular course for further information.
Receiving your offer
You can keep up to date with the progress of your offers through UCAS Track. UCAS will notify you when you have an offer and when you receive communication from the university. You can inform us of your decision through UCAS Track.
UCAS provide comprehensive information on the entire application process, from choosing your university and course right through to starting university and settling into student life. You can also find lots of helpful information at www.gov.uk