Outcome of interview day
You will be informed of the outcome of your interview as follows:
- UCAS applicants – via UCAS
- Direct applicants – via the University
Except for late applicants, the College will follow the UCAS timescales for making decisions. You will normally be told at the selection event when decisions for your course will be made.
Making your decision
If applying through UCAS you will be required to make your decision within a set time limit. It is recommended that if you have applied for numerous courses that you await the decisions of all of these before making your decision. This way you know what all your options are.
If you are offered a place as a direct applicant your response must normally be submitted in writing to the College within three weeks of the date of the offer letter. If a written response is not received within this time the offer of a place will normally be declined by default.
Deferring your place
None of our programmes allow candidates to defer their place to a later date. Should you feel that you have extenuating reasons then consideration will be given to the reason for the request, length of deferral and individual circumstances. Please contact your relevant admissions tutor for more advice.
You need to be aware that should a deferral be granted, conditions will apply, examples of conditions include;
- Attending an informal interview with the admissions tutor prior to commencement to ensure that any changes to your circumstances will not prevent enrolment.
- Keeping the College informed of changes to contact details.
- To update the ‘conditions of offer’ below.
- Meeting any new regulatory or government criteria
Please be aware that any additional expense such as re-application to the DBS, will need to be met by yourself.