All applications for full-time undergraduate programmes are made directly through UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). Before you apply, please visit the course page and check the application and entry criteria.
School of Healthcare values
If you are start to thinking seriously about applying to start with us next year, we want you to be sure you are choosing the right course for and you have the attributes needed to become a successful healthcare graduate.
Becoming a professional in nursing, midwifery or Social work is demanding, testing but rewarding and our values are an important part of who we are as a school and what we look for in our students. Have a look at our values page.
Writing a personal statement
The personal statement is an important part of the UCAS application. It's your chance to describe you ambitions, skills, and experience so have a look at this short video:
UCAS Top 10 tips
, now is a great time to start researching to make sure youre on the front foot and fully prepared for what will be a life changing experience.
During the next few months, there will be many things on the minds of anyone planning to apply. As it can be overwhelming at the start, the following tips will help them plan their application and be fully prepared:
- Know your deadlines and look at the UCAS dates for your diary on our website there are a number of different deadlines throughout the year, so make sure you know when your application needs to be submitted by.
- Do research into your ideal subject, type of course and location you are making potentially your biggest decision to date, so be sure you choose something youre passionate about in a location where you want to live. Thorough research is vital.
- Attend an event or open day its always a great idea to get a feel for a campus and town or city before you apply. Seeing the area firsthand is always a good idea as it will give you a genuine feel for a place.
- Finance and support this can be a complex subject so understanding what youll need to pay and whats available to you is really important. Fees, loans and budgeting are just some aspects you will need to consider.
- Writing your personal statement think about how you can make it stand out from the crowd. There are lots of tips on writing personal statements online and its often very helpful to get a parent or teacher to look over yours.
You can contact our Admissions team with any general questions on our courses and application process, selection events and other queries. Please email Admissions or call 0113 343 1462.