Unconditional offers

What an unconditional offer means

We make unconditional offers to applicants who share the same beliefs and ambitions as the University – individuals who we can help to achieve their goals in a way that benefits the community around us.

Receiving an unconditional offer means that you have achieved the results you need for your chosen course or that your application is particularly strong.

Your application and/or interview will be carefully reviewed by the course tutor and admissions team. Applications aren’t solely assessed on academic qualifications, with your personal statement and previous work or voluntary experience taken into account when we make a decision.

We consider each application on its own merit and receiving an unconditional offer is clear indication that we would welcome you as a student on the course you have applied for.

If you have received an unconditional offer from us

Your UCAS application and personal statement demonstrated a strong academic achievement and great motivation to succeed. The unconditional offer is a commitment from us to support you in achieving your full potential and we feel that you will make a great contribution to our University.

If you accept your offer on this programme, your place will not be affected by your final grades. However, the qualifications which you are currently studying are still very important and the skills and experience which you gain during your studies are very beneficial for your transition into university therefore you need to continue to attend, work hard and strive to achieve the best results possible. Lastly, although your final grades will not affect your place on this programme with us they might impact on future opportunities whilst you are at University (e.g. changing your programme)  and also during your career such as when seeking employment or by other organisations (e.g. work experience, placements) therefore you should continue to work to the best of your ability

The unconditional offer which we have made is based on the information which you have provided at the time of your application (e.g. application, predicted grades, personal statement). If you decline our offer or if you asked to be released from your offer at a later date then any future decision made by us will be made based on the information available at the current time. For instance, if you have received your results our decision will be based on your actual results rather than predicted grades.

There may be other non-academic conditions you need to meet, for example getting a DBS check or providing proof of your qualifications. If you are unsure of these conditions, please check the webpage for your course or contact admissions2019@northampton.ac.uk.

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