University unconditional offers

14 August 2017

Commenting on a Daily Telegraph story suggesting that universities are giving more unconditional offers to students, a Russell Group spokesman said:

“Courses at Russell Group universities are designed to be intellectually challenging. All offers are based on a detailed assessment of an applicant’s academic record and whether admissions teams feel they will be able to meet the demands of a particular programme of study.

“Some universities make unconditional offers to a small proportion of exceptional applicants and in many cases these students will already hold A-levels or other higher qualifications. Many universities which make unconditional offers only do so for applicants who have already met the academic entry requirements. Others will have offers confirmed ahead of A-levels results day if they fulfil language or other requirements of their offer."

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