Receiving Your University Offer Letter

When your offer is made, it is stated as either conditional or unconditional. There are certain requirements and processes for each offer and it is important to ensure you have followed the correct guidance for each.

Conditional Offer

Your offer will be conditional if you still have examinations to take or outstanding qualifications to show to the University.

If you receive a conditional offer we need verification of your qualifications or whether you need to meet other non-academic entry requirements. The offer letter will state the examinations you must pass and the results you must achieve, plus any non-academic requirements.

All conditions must be met in full before you will be able to register for your programme.

Unconditional Offer

Your offer will be unconditional if you have already met all the academic and non-academic requirements for entry.

You will not be required to meet further conditions, however you will still need to accept your offer and follow our steps on what to do next, applying for accommodation and preparation for your studies.

If you have received an unconditional offer, please visit the following page:

Unconditional Offer 

Accepting your Offer

In order to accept and secure your place, you must respond to your offer by the date stated in your offer letter.

This deadline refers to your acceptance of the offer, not the fulfilment of conditions. To respond to the offer, click on the ‘Respond to Offer’ link within your applicant portal.

If you think you will be unable to respond by this date, please contact us and we will be able to extend the time available. However, if you fail to respond by this deadline your offer may be declined on your behalf.

Accept your offer via the portal

What happens next?

An unconditional acceptance letter is issued via your applicant portal once you have accepted a conditional offer and met the conditions, or when you have accepted an unconditional offer.

If you are an international applicant, you will be sent a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) number and CAS statement no earlier than six months before the start of your programme.

If you are unable to attend the programme for the academic year specified in your offer letter, please inform the Admissions Office. Contact details are stated in your offer letter. If you wish to defer for more than one year, you will need to submit a new application to reapply for admission.

If you do not have an offer please contact the Admissions department to discuss this further.