FAQs

I’ve been out of education for a long time – can I still apply?

Of course. We pride ourselves on offering an opportunity to those with the ‘potential to succeed’, therefore if you have relevant work, voluntary or other experience, we’d love to hear from you!

I’ve been made an offer – can I defer my entry?

If you would like to defer your application to a future intake, we would be happy to consider this.

My qualifications are not on the UCAS Tariff – is this a problem?

We understand that not all qualifications are on the UCAS tariff. We use a range of tools, including UK Naric, to assess a range of qualifications. If you’re not sure whether your qualification would meet our entry criteria, please get in touch!

Is there a closing date for UCAS applications?

Applications for the majority of undergraduate courses should arrive at UCAS by 18:00 (UK time) on 15 January; however, we will consider late applications, subject to course availability.

What happens at an admissions interview?

Your interview will be carried out by of the academics who teaches on your chosen course. They will ask you about yourself, what you know about the course, your motivation for studying and your plans for when you have completed your studies. There are no tricky questions, so just be yourself and use the opportunity to ask us questions too!