Typical Conditional Offers and Entry Information for 2024
The typical offers below are for applicants who achieve the required grades within two years prior to entering university. Applicants who are taking A levels or other qualifications over three or more academic years may have additional requirements on their offers, such as grade 2 in STEP/6.5 in TMUA 6.5/55 in MAT.
For 2023 entry, we made conditional offers to most applicants to Data Science, MORSE and Mathematics and Statistics. To be sure of being accepted, you must meet this conditional offer.
For applicants taking A level Further Mathematics:
Entrance tests: The STEP, MAT and TMUA conditions represent alternative ways to achieve the offer. AEA may also be considered in lieu of STEP/TMUA/MAT. For more information about these mathematical exams see our TMUA, STEP, MAT, AEA and Entrance Prizes pageLink opens in a new window.
For applicants taking only single Mathematics:
Applicants taking AS level Further Mathematics should indicate this on their UCAS form. They may be given an alternative offer taking this into account.
General Studies/Critical Thinking
Offers normally exclude General Studies at A or AS level and Critical Thinking at A level.
Native language A level subjects
Native language A levels subjects (such as A level Tamil for native Tamil speakers) are accepted as one of the three A level subjects.
A levels in applied subjects and mixed portfolios
Candidates considered on an individual basis. Grades required similar to those for candidates taking academic A and AS qualifications.
Warwick has introduced reduced offers for students meeting a variety of criteria and these are being applied to our department's courses as well. More information can be found on the University's Contextual Offers pageLink opens in a new window.
For applicants taking A level Further Mathematics, the typical contextual offer is:
A*(M)A(FM)B and 2 in STEP/6.5 in TMUA/55 in MAT
For applicants taking single Mathematics, the typical contextual offer is:
A*(M)AB and 2 in STEP/6.5 in TMUA/55 in MAT
Access to HE Diploma (QAA-recognised) including appropriate subjects with distinction grades in all level 3 units, and Mathematics grade A* at A level or equivalent.
Applicants offering 2 or more A-Levels and 1 BTEC will be considered, provided essential subject requirements are met. Subjects with a significant overlap will only be counted once. For all other BTEC profiles (e.g. BTECs with 1 A-Level) inquire with Admissions.
A* in A level Mathematics, A* in A level Further Mathematics, B in a third A level, and C in the Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate Skills Challenge Certificate,
A*, A in A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics (in any order), B in a third A level, C in the Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate Skills Challenge Certificate, and 2 in STEP/55 in MAT/6.5 in TMUA
A1 at Advanced Higher Mathematics and A
in one additional subject at Advanced Higher (AAA in three further subjects at Higher level are also required).
International Baccalaureate (IB)
For applicants taking Further Maths as Principal Subject:
For applicants not taking Further Maths as Principal Subject:
Mixed portfolios of Cambridge Pre-U principle subjects and A level qualifications are also being considered and offers are being phrased accordingly.
European and other overseas qualifications
We have offers for many countries in Europe and elsewhere around the world. For subject specific requirements, please see our typical offers for Statistics degrees. Note that this does not include general university conditions such as the English language requirements (see below). For more specific questions you may also contact firstname.lastname@example.org
English language requirements
Every applicant needs to demonstrate a satisfactory level of achievement in both written and spoken English language skills. This can be through a satisfactory results in GCSE English Language or other qualifications. Please visit the English Language Requirements page for more information.
Applicants who do not obtain the required grades at the mathematical subject(s) are highly unlikely to be accepted.
Applications for deferred entry are allowed but if possible candidates are advised to continue practicing with Mathematics during their gap year, for example, by taking STEP. .