Undergraduate study - 2019 entry

Making offers to applicants

Our offer levels and what is required for conditional and unconditional offers.

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Conditional and unconditional offers

Conditional offers are made on the basis of qualifications an applicant has already completed and/or qualifications which have still to be completed.

The actual conditions of an offer will be based on predicted grades, the specific subjects being studied and what we require for entry.

Unconditional offers are made on the basis of qualifications an applicant has already completed*. If you receive an unconditional offer, we strongly advise that you continue to study for any qualifications noted on your UCAS application as incomplete.

We also advise you to notify the University if you decide to make any changes to your studies at school or college following receipt of an unconditional offer, as this may have a bearing on your preparedness for entry.

*The University does not make early unconditional offers to applicants who have not yet completed the qualifications required for their entry, and who have not yet evidenced that they have achieved the required grades.  

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