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Assuming you do not take up an offer to study at the University, and in meeting the University’s Public Task and Legal Obligations, the University will retain some anonymised data relating to your application in perpetuity whilst retaining other personal data relating to your application to the University for up to five years to meet sector best practice. If you do take up an offer to study at the University, retention periods for your personal data are as detailed in the Student Privacy Notice.
Terms & service
The University accepts a broad range of qualifications and combinations of qualifications for entry to its programmes of study, and a wide range of qualifications offered by international applicants.
All applications received are to be given equal consideration. This means that in some subjects, because of limits to the number of places available, some or all applications may be held until the document received are complete.
Offers of places to applicants are to be made, within the constraints of the number of places available, based on individual academic achievement, ability and potential to succeed on their chosen programme of study. This is regardless of age, religion or belief, race, ethnicity, gender, being trans gender, marital or family status, sexual orientation, or disability. Exceptionally, it may not be possible to make offers to applicants with a disability in cases where the adjustments that would be needed to make a programme of study accessible to an applicant are demonstrably unreasonable within the terms of the Equality Act 2010.
Applicants are expected to disclose information about any disability, including mental health, that would help the University to identify and provide help with support needs.
Admissions decisions are to be based, within the constraints of the number of places available, on professional judgement of applicants’ individual academic achievement, ability and potential, considering all the information presented in applications and applying established entry criteria in a consistent manner.
It follows, therefore, that it is the responsibility of applicants and referees to provide full and accurate information in an application and to notify the University of any changes or corrections to the original application.
Some degree programmes have criteria for assessment of applicants other than entry grade requirements. Admissions tests, portfolios or interviews are examples. Such requirements will be set out in the entrance requirements for individual degree programmes.