10.15 Offer making

1. The decision to issue an offer/s will be dependent on the receipt of a full and complete application and subject to the admissions criteria defined by each academic Faculty/ Department in the annual offer making strategy.

2. The Undergraduate Admissions Office aims to process standard undergraduate applications within two weeks of receiving them. Non-standard applications which are required to be sent to academic departments may require a longer turnaround. The processing of International applications which are incomplete or missing evidence may extend beyond the typical turnaround times.

3. Undergraduate offers will usually be communicated to applicants in the form of UCAS Tariff Points for those taking qualifications included in the Tariff. For international applicants, or those taking qualifications that are not included the UCAS Tariff, offers will be expressed in UCAS tariff equivalence as appropriate to the qualifications taken.

4. Applicants will be informed of their offer status online via UCAS Track (for UCAS applicants) and in writing by email for those making a direct application or via Common Application.

5. Applicants who are made an offer of study will receive an offer pack and correspondence relating to opportunities to visit. Further correspondence (e.g. details of accommodation options) will be sent to the applicant at various points during the application cycle.