Congratulations! Receiving an offer is an exciting time. You’ll be able to view your offer and find out whether there are any conditions attached to it on UCAS Track.

Your offer will be either conditional or unconditional. An unconditional offer means you have satisfied all the academic entry requirements, such as qualifications. A conditional offer usually means that your offer depends on you achieving a specific grade or level in your exams.

Helping you make the right choice

So that we can help you make the right choice, we hold a number of Offer Holder Events which are designed to give you a real taste of the course through subject taster sessions. You'll also be able to meet others you could be studying alongside, as well as current students and academic staff from your course.

Our Offer Holder Events are specifically for offer holders and give you the chance to find out more about the course you have applied for, meet others who you could be studying with and take another look around the campus.

If you've applied for a course which requires an interview or audition, you'll have an opportunity to come back and visit the campus on an interview day rather than an Offer Holder Event.

Accepting your offer

When you’ve received a decision from all your choices, you’ll be able to respond to your offers in UCAS. There’ll be a certain date that you need to reply by and this date will depend on when you submitted your application.

UCAS will give you a deadline to respond to your offers by, so make sure you look out for it in UCAS Hub. Your deadline will be given to you once you've heard back from all your UCAS choices. If you want to accept your place earlier then you will be able to do this in Hub.

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