After you have called the clearing hotline

Remember to formally apply

Even though you have answered some eligibility questions and been told you have a provisional place, you still need to make a formal application to the University. Your provisional place is only valid as long as the course isn't full, and until you apply we can't secure your place for you. 

How to make your formal application

It's important to follow the instructions we have sent after you gave us a call. If you have made any applications this year through UCAS you will need to refer your application through UCAS Track. If you need any help doing this, give us a call on 01204 903030 and we can see what we can help with. Sometimes it might be that you need to contact UCAS directly, but we can have a look if there's anything we can do.

From 17 August you will be able to submit a direct applicaiton to the University provided you haven't made any applications through UCAS for the academic year 2017/18. If you're unsure of how to complete your application, or which method you need to follow please get in touch.

Take a minute or two to research a little about us...

Friendly Atmosphere

If you're looking for a home-from-home university where you can study for your future career in fantastic facilities with people who know your name, we're for you. Many of our students learn in small groups where tutors know them and collaboration is encouraged, we find it brings out the best in everyone. Our programmes are academically strong and designed to challenge you. We want to work with you, not lecture at you, so we don't have those 500-seater lecture theatres where you are just a face in the crowd. 

Teaching Excellence Framework

Recently granted silver status in the Teaching Excellence Frameowrk (TEF), we aim for a teaching intensive, research informed approach. In practice this means quality teaching, mentoring and support for students alongside practical placements, experiements and field trips wherever possible, all underpinned by high quality research with an emphasis on industry needs.

See For Yourself!

The best way to find out about our facilities is to come to see for yourself. We're holding dedicated open days and course advice days for you over the clearing period. If you can't make it to any of these, please email the team at  to arrange a campus tour at a time to suit you.

At the open day you'll be able to find out about accommodation, funding, the library, and the career service

 

 

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