We'll make a decision on your application between November and March. You will be able to see our decision in UCAS Hub.
The decision could be a conditional offer, an unconditional offer, or a rejection.
Types of offer
If you get a conditional offer, you'll need to meet certain conditions to get your place. For example:
- getting grades in specific subjects
- meeting an English language requirement
- sending us proof of your qualifications.
If you don't meet these conditions, you might lose your place.
In some cases, we might make a contextual offer. This means your application met criteria that allowed us to offer you a place with lower grades.
If you get an unconditional offer, this means you've got a place on the course. Congratulations!
There's nothing else you need to do apart from accepting your offer.
Accepting your offer
If your offers are conditional, the next step is to decide which university is your first choice and which is your backup.
UCAS refers to this as your 'firm choice' and your 'insurance choice'.
If you have an unconditional offer that you want to accept, you will be confirmed on that course immediately. You won't need an insurance choice.
You can reply to your offers using UCAS Hub.