Meeting the Conditions of Your Offer
The conditions of your offer are unique to you and are dependent on your chosen course and level of study. UCAS applications will receive an offer through the UCAS website while direct entrants will receive their offer by letter.
In either case your offer will have a number of conditions that you must meet before you are able to become fully registered and begin your studies.
If you don’t meet the conditions of your offer keep in mind that we will contact you to discuss other alternative routes. For example, if you applied for an undergraduate degree and have been unsuccessful, you may be offered a place on a related foundation degree (subject to course availability).
Additional Entry Requirements
There are a number of additional entry requirements that need to be met for some of the courses that we offer. Please check your Programme Essentials Tile in you Student Portal, your UCAS Track or communications from Admissions for details. These could include:
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
The University requirement is that all individuals who will be working unsupervised with children or vulnerable adults gain an enhanced disclosure certificate from the DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) before starting their programme.
If you are required to complete a DBS check this will be noted as a condition of offer on your UCAS Track; your offer letter and also as part of your Programme Essentials on the Student Portal
For information on the DBS Checks, Policies and Procedures please click here
If you need additional help or have any questions relating to DBS, please email Admissions .
All students on Education or Health and Social Care programmes need to attain Occupational Health clearance to ensure they are fit to practice.
If you’re taking up a place at the University on a Professional Programme, you’ll need to complete an online occupational health questionnaire. Please click this link to access and submit your health questionnaire before you start your programme.
FAQs - Occupational Health Clearance Process
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Certain teaching programmes require students to complete Skills Tests as a condition of their offer to study with us.
If you are required to complete Skills Tests this will be noted as a condition of offer on your UCAS Track and also as part of your Programme Essentials on the Student Portal.
The professional skills tests (skills tests) for prospective teachers assess the core skills that teachers need to fulfil their professional role in schools, rather than the subject knowledge needed for teaching. This is to ensure all teachers are competent in numeracy and literacy, regardless of their specialism.
More details on the Skills Test can be found on the Department for Education website.
If you need additional help or have any questions relating to above, please email Admissions.