Here we have tried to cover questions you may have after you have applied.
Once you have submitted your online application you will be able to track your application through your online account with the University - you will receive details about this after you submit your application.
You will be notified by email when a decision has been made on your application - the decision detail will be available via your online University account.
You will receive either a conditional or an unconditional offer, and you need to confirm acceptance (online) by the deadline stated. If we make you a conditional offer you will need to provide the information we have asked you for as soon as possible, so we can give you an unconditional offer. You cannot be admitted to the University without an unconditional offer.
For full information on what happens after you apply can be found at the following link. All new students will be joining instructions and information before arrival, such as how to pay fees and how to register.
We will make arrangements to provide paper copies of offers to all those overseas applicants who need such letters for visa purposes.
If you were unable to apply online and so applied by email or by post, we will provide you with paper copies of all correspondence.
The University has its own Accommodation Services department, and all enquiries should be made to them. The department has an on-line accommodation guide that provides information about types of accommodation, how to apply, costs, and other useful topics.
Although university accommodation cannot be guaranteed for everyone, the university does guarantee accommodation for certain categories of student. To find about more please follow the link below.
Yes, the University's Careers Service is able to provide support for finding a job as a student or graduate. Follow the link below to find out more about the service and access our vacancy and employer database.
If you are a full time student looking for work please remember the University recommends that you do not work more than 15 hours a week during term time.
This article was published on Nov 25, 2013