Confirming we have received your application
We will email you to confirm we have received your application.
If you do not receive an email within two weeks of UCAS acknowledging your application, please contact our Enquiries team with your UCAS Personal ID number.
How we assess your application
To assess your application, our admissions team will consider the following:
- your grades
- your personal statement
- your academic reference.
You may be invited to attend an interview.
For more information on the selection process for individual courses, please refer to our undergraduate admissions statements.
When you will hear from us
We aim to make a decision within five weeks of receiving an application. Sometimes it can take longer to make a decision, especially around University closure periods, and we may place your application on hold until later in the cycle. If this is the case we will email you to let you know.
If you do not hear anything within eight weeks of us acknowledging your application, please contact our Enquiries team to ask about the progress of your application.
Read about how we make final decisions on applications.
Your applicant dashboard
Your applicant dashboard is a secure portal where you can upload information to assist with processing your application. This may include further details about work experience (if appropriate for your course) and details of extenuating circumstances. You can also request to defer your place and change course on your dashboard.
We will email you the link to log into your applicant dashboard in the email confirming we have received your application. We'll also include the link in any emails we send to request information we need to progress your application.
If you apply for a course and then change your mind about what you want to study, please contact our undergraduate admissions team. Whether you can change courses will depend on which course you have applied to.
If your application is unsuccessful, we will not be able to consider you for a different course.
In some cases it may be possible to defer your place on a course and start a year later. If this is something you are thinking about, please read our guidance on deferring entry.