I've applied - what happens next?
The application process can be a bit of a minefield - that's why we've put this page together to (hopefully) answer any questions you have.
If you're still unsure of anything, don't hesitate to get in touch with our friendly support team:
T: 0161 295 4545
The simplest way to monitor the progress of your application is via UCAS Track. This updates with any changes to your application status as soon as they occur. If you have any questions about your application, there are a number of ways for you to contact UCAS. You can also speak to our admissions team on email@example.com or +44 (0)161 295 4545.
Our Applicant Visit Days for entry in 2018 have now finished, but if you’d still like to have a look around, we’re running Campus Tours throughout May.
These campus tours are for offer-holders only who are intending to start their studies in September 2018. If you’re interested in starting your studies in 2019, please register your interest for our open days instead.
As the parents, carers and supporters of our applicants we recognise the vital role that you play in supporting our applicants in their decision-making. We want to ensure that you feel comfortable in this role and to provide you with some key pieces of information to help you support our applicants in this transition period from school or college to higher education.
Read our guide for parents and supporters here.
Congratulations on being invited for an interview. Before you attend, it is very important that you fully prepare yourself by reading the information below:
I have an interview for one of the following courses within the School of Arts and Media: Animation; Computer and Video Games; Dance; Design; Digital Media; Fashion; Film Production; Film and TV Set Design; Graphic Design; Interior Design; Journalism; Music; Performance; Photography; Television and Radio; Visual Arts.
I have an interview for one of the following Health Sciences courses: Diagnostic Radiography; Physiotherapy; Sport Rehabilitation.
I have an interview for one of the following Nursing, Midwifery or Social Work courses: Nursing RN Adult; Nursing RN Children and Young People; Midwifery or Post RN Midwifery; Integrated Practice in Learning Disabilities Nursing and Social Work; Social Work; Counselling and Psychotherapy.