Applying for an undergraduate course
The Application Process
You should apply to us through UCAS. Most applicants will have studied three or more A levels (to A2 level), and we require chemistry to be amongst these. Our typical offer grades for students offering A2 or the international Baccalaureate may be found on our courses pages. We also consider other qualifications, such as Scottish Advanced Highers and the Irish Leaving Certificate. We also consider applications from mature candidates (aged 21 and over at the beginning of their course) who are offering a range of qualifications such as Open University credits, access diplomas, HNDs and BTEC.
We exclude the following subjects from our offers:
General Studies, Critical Thinking, Citizenship Studies, Science in Society, Leisure Studies.
Those students offering the Welsh Baccalaureate must also offer three A levels including Chemistry.
We welcome applications from overseas candidates. Please contact us to discuss entrance qualifications and English language requirements.
Applicants who wish to defer their entry by a year will not be ata disadvantage. Please tell us something about your plans for your gap year in your UCAS personal statement.
Equal Opportunities Policy
The University aims to create the conditions whereby students and staff are treated solely onthe basis of their merits, abilities and potential,regardless of gender, race, colour, nationality,ethnic or national origin, age, socio-economic background, disability, religious or political beliefs,trade union membership, family circumstances, sexual orientation or other irrelevant distinction. Go to the University's equality and diversity statement.