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Offer holder guide


1. Understand your offer


Conditional offer

If you have received a conditional offer there are conditions you need to meet to get your place confirmed. These are explained in your offer letter.

Your offer conditions may include:

  • Academic conditions
  • English language conditions
  • Submission of documents for verification

Unconditional offer

If you have received an unconditional offer you have met all the academic conditions required and you will be guaranteed entry as long as you place us as your firm choice.


2. Reply to your offer

Once you have received decisions from all of your university choices, you will need to login to UCAS Track to reply to your offer. UCAS will inform you of the deadline to make your replies.

Find out more about how to reply to your offer through UCAS Track


3. Submit requested documents for verification

Your offer letter contains details of any conditions you are required to satisfy and any official documents you need to supply. You must supply copies of your official documents by 31 August 2021.

Find out more about how to submit official documents for verification


4. Obtain your CAS (International students only)

If you are an international student holding an unconditional offer, you may require a visa to study in the UK. The undergraduate visa team will contact you approximately 3 months prior to the start date of your course with details on how to obtain your CAS.

Find out more information about the CAS process


5. Apply for your visa (International students only)

Once you have received your CAS number you will be able to apply for your visa. Your CAS will include details of the different documents you will need to prepare for your visa application.

Find out more about how to apply for your visa


6. Enrol online

This is the last stage of the admissions process. You will need to enrol online before arriving at the University. We look forward to welcoming you!

Find out more about the enrolment process