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Your offer to study

By making you an offer, we know that you are right for us. We realise that going to University is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make so we want you to be sure that being part of the University of Suffolk community is right for you.

Your offer will set out the academic and non-academic conditions required via UCAS and/or your offer letter and email so you know exactly what you need to do to be able to enrol on your chosen course. Make sure you read these carefully and contact Admissions directly on 01473 338348 If you have any questions.

Whatever offer you receive, it is important that you are fully prepared for studying at higher education level. Pushing yourself to achieve the best you can will help you at University and beyond:

  • Achieving in your Level 3 qualifications (A Level, BTEC, Access etc) will ensure you have excellent transferable skills required to be successful at University, these include but aren’t limited to time management, essay writing techniques, prioritisation and research skills
  • If you’re studying a subject that you wish to take forward at higher education level, your level 3 qualifications will form the basis of the basic subject knowledge required
  • When you complete your degree, future employers will likely ask for the grades achieved at GCSE and A Level standard and consider these as part of a selection process

If you have not visited us already, attend an Open Event to find out more about your chosen course, meet the course team and tour the University. To find out more about finance options, as well as any bursaries or scholarships you could be eligible for please check our Student Finance pages.

The University of Suffolk makes a range of offers to applicants depending on their individual circumstances and academic profile. We believe that the offer we make to you reflects our belief in your ability to be successful in higher education. Depending on your application, we will make you one of three types of offers: