What can you study?
We offer BA and BSc degrees, a Bachelor of Divinity (BD), and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB).
A number of our degrees also offer intermediate qualifications, such as a Certificate of Higher Education and a Diploma of Higher Education.
These can sometimes grant you access to the course if you don’t meet the standard entry requirements (see below).
Most of our undergraduate degrees also offer a Graduate Entry Route. This enables you to complete a degree with just 9 courses instead of the usual 12.
Find out more about Graduate Entry.
Additional entry routes
We aim to be flexible in our approach, so we offer a number of entry routes into our undergraduate degrees.
Certificates of Higher Education (CertHE)
These are not just qualifications in their own right, they can also provide an entry route into the related degree if you don't have A-Levels (or equivalent).
Some CertHE courses (Common Law, Computing and Information Systems, Creative Computing, and Social Sciences) must be studied at a local teaching institution that has been approved to support the course.
Find a teaching institution near you.
Work Experience Entry Route
Our two Computing degrees (BSc Computing and Information Systems, BSc Creative Computing) offer a work experience entry route for those without A-Levels (or equivalent).
To be eligible, you need to be 21 years of age and have at least two years’ work experience in IT or computing.