Our Admissions Team reviews all the applications we receive. They then make conditional offers to applicants who have not yet met the entry requirements for their course. Applicants who are predicted to nearly meet or exceed our published entry requirements and who have achieved a good grade in their English Language and Maths GCSEs may be eligible to receive an unconditional offer.
Unconditional offers are made with the expectation that students who receive them continue to work hard in their current course(s) of study. If you receive an unconditional offer, it is in your best interests to continue to work towards achieving good grades in the qualifications you are currently studying. This will ensure you are well prepared for university study. Many employers will also consider the grades you achieved in GCSEs, A Levels and BTECS alongside your degree, it is important that you achieve the best grades to ensure you are attractive to future employers.
Although an unconditional offer does not have any academic conditions attached to it, you will still be required to complete a number of other steps before enrolling at the University. More information about this will be provided in your offer letter.
The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) offers a number of helpful articles on the process of applying to universities and how to consider your choices. A guide they produce is available on their web site.