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Conditional offers

A conditional offer from us means you need to achieve the grades or points outlined in your offer letter. Your offer letter will also explain any English language requirements, if applicable.

If you have an academic offer condition, we may need to see your degree certificate and transcripts as evidence.

If you have an English language condition, you may be able to meet the requirements by taking a pre-sessional course at our Language Centre.

You can upload evidence that you have met your conditions and accept your offer in the application portal

Please note that you may have to accept your offer again if it becomes unconditional.

Document translations

If your offer has an academic condition, you will need to include official translations alongside your final academic documents if they were not originally produced in English. These translations should be signed and dated by an official translator and include their credentials, company details and confirmation that the translation is accurate. 

Unconditional offers

An unconditional offer from us means you have met all the relevant academic and English language requirements.

You can accept your unconditional offer in the application portal.

If you require a Student visa, you’ll then need to pay a tuition fee deposit or provide evidence that you’re fully funded by a University-recognised sponsor or scholarship. We’ll send you more information about this when you accept your offer.

When you come to Leeds, make sure you bring your original academic documents, or certified copies, and any official translations into English as we may ask to see them.

Combined offers

If you take a pre-sessional English course with our Language Centre to meet your language condition, you may be eligible for a combined offer.

This means that when you pass your pre-sessional, and have met any conditions in your offer letter, you are automatically enrolled on your degree course.

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