Selection and admissions results
If you meet the entry requirements and submitted your application on time, you'll compete for places in the courses and programmes you've applied for.
If you meet the entry requirements, you'll compete with other applicants for a place. Read more about how selection works for master's courses and programmes.
So you've completed your application for bachelor's courses and programmes. Find out how applicants are selected for available places.
Have you been waiting for your admissions decision? Read about how your results will be published, where, and what they mean.
If you applied to the second round, you have to reply to any admission offers. Find out how to do that to keep your place.
Have you been put on a waiting list - or applied late - and are wondering if you'll get a place? Find out what will happen here.
If you've had a course or programme deleted and want to apply for it again, find out how to do that - there are a few things to consider.
You may start a course or programme, then find you have to withdraw. Find out how to do this - not here, but instead with your university.
Last updated: 17 October 2021