At Manchester Metropolitan University we make unconditional and conditional offers:

Conditional Offer

This usually means that your offer is conditional on you achieving certain exam results. You can find the specific details of your individual offer when you log into UCAS Track.

Once you have met the conditions of your offer, your Admissions Team will confirm that it is unconditional via UCAS Track and send you further information about how to enrol as a student at Manchester Met. This usually happens in August.

What does my conditional offer look like?

Your offer from Manchester Met might be:

  • A ‘grade’ offer, e.g. A Levels grade ABB, or BTEC Extended Diploma grades DDM (Distinction/Distinction/Merit).

  • A ‘tariff’ offer, e.g. 128 Tariff points from GCE A Levels. (Please note that Manchester Met does not count tariff points from AS level).

    It might also ask for a minimum grade in a specific Level 3 subject, to ensure that you have the necessary knowledge and skills for your chosen course, e.g. 128 tariff points from GCE A Levels, to include a grade C in GCE A Level Maths.

For more information on the UCAS Tariff, go to the UCAS website.

Your Offer and the Small Print

Before you accept your offer, there is some important information that we’d like you to read carefully about your course, contract and our related policies and terms and conditions.

Unconditional Offer

This means you have already met the entry requirements, though you might still need to provide proof of your qualifications or have a DBS check (criminal records check).

Your Admissions Team will write to you with further information on how to enrol as a student at Manchester Met in August.

Your Offer and the Small Print

Before you accept your offer, there is some important information that we’d like you to read carefully about your course, contract and our related policies and terms and conditions.

Unconditional Offer Scheme

If you have been made an offer through our Unconditional Offer Scheme this means that we have identified you as an exceptional candidate who we believe will excel at Manchester Metropolitan University and make a significant contribution. If you decide to make us your firm choice of University then we will make your offer Unconditional and your place with us is secure.

Your Offer and the Small Print

Before you accept your offer, there is some important information that we’d like you to read carefully about your course, contract and our related policies and terms and conditions.

What happens next?

February
to April
2018

Applicant Visit Day

Come to an Applicant Visit Day to help you decide that we’re the right university for you. Book your place now.

Please note that if you have an interview or audition, then we will invite you to a specific date in the autumn or spring term.

April
to May
2018

Accept your offer

When you are sure which university and course to make your firm and insurance choice, log on to UCAS Track to accept your offer.

Wednesday 2nd May 2018 is the deadline for accepting your place with us (if you applied by the 15th January and received all your decisions from universities by 31 March). Check all your application deadlines on the UCAS website.

February
to May
2018
First week
of April
to July
2018

Apply for Student Accommodation

Register your interest in student accommodation at Manchester Met once you have accepted an Unconditional or Conditional Offer from Manchester Metropolitan University as your Firm choice. Register your interest online on our accommodation website

July to
August
2018

Getting ready for University

If you are holding a Conditional offer with us then we will be in touch with you once we receive your results to let you know if we can confirm your place at the University.

If your place with us is confirmed as Unconditional, our Accommodation Office will be in touch with you in July or August to let you know if you have been successful in securing student accommodation with us.

September 2018

Join us for Welcome and Induction week

Join us for Welcome and Induction week from Monday 17th September 2018!

We will send you lots more information about the events and activities taking place so you get the best possible start at University.

How do I contact Admissions if have questions about my application?

The course you have applied for determines which admissions team is dealing with your application:

Undergraduate Study