Well done – you’ve completed your UCAS form and your application has been sent to us.
Once we receive your application, we will consider it carefully.
If you have been successful in achieving an offer from the university for a non-interviewing course you will be invited to an applicant day.
Whatever our decision you will receive official confirmation from UCAS – so make sure you check your UCAS Track account regularly.
Interviews or auditions
Interviews at the University of Gloucestershire are a two way process; it’s as much about you finding out more about your course, meeting with academic staff and current students, becoming more familiar with the University and ensuring we are the right place for you to study, as it is us assessing if you are right for the course.
If you have applied to study on a course that requires you to attend an interview, you will receive notification of this through UCAS.
Step 1 – Notification of your interview date
Once you have applied to us you will be notified of a date for your interview through UCAS track. We will also send you information about preparing for your interview to the email address you confirmed on your application form. If you have not received this information, but have been advised of a date for your interview in UCAS, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2 – Accept or reschedule your interview
If you can’t attend the initial date sent to you then you can request a reschedule and the admissions team will advise you of the next available date as soon as possible. You can decline your interview request but please think carefully before doing this; admission for your course will be by interview only and declining to attend an interview will mean we cannot proceed with your admission to the course.
If you are experiencing problems in accepting your interview/audition date you should notify UCAS immediately.
Step 3 – Attending your interview
Make sure you are clear which campus your interview is at. You will have received this information in your communication from us on what to prepare for the day. If you are unsure where your interview will be held and where you should report to, please contact email@example.com for clarification.
Received an offer from the University and want help on what you need to do? Our Offer guides help you step by step, confirming all that you need to do to meet the conditions of your offer and starting your studies at the University.
Undergraduate Offer Guide
Initial Teacher Training Offer Guide
Appendices and forms for Initial Teacher Training Guide
And don’t forget to check out applicant taster days for your course. These are a great way to come and experience life at our university, get to know the course team and find out more about the course.
Accreditation of Prior Learning
You may be able to use other qualifications such as Open University Units or professional qualifications towards the course you are applying for.
To find out more about APL, download the Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) information guide or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
The university is committed to the creation and support of a balanced, inclusive and diverse community. It also has a duty to ensure that it makes safe recruitment and employment decisions.
If you have an offer for a Sport, Health and Social Care, Youth Work, Social Work or Education course and you choose us as your firm choice you will be required to obtain a satisfactory enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service with the university prior to enrolling in September. To start obtaining your DBS check please click on the document below.
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) procedures
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) policy
Policies and Procedures
Admissions procedures for applicants
Admissions – immigration compliance