Location : United Kingdom ,Wales
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At Aberystwyth, our students are nurtured by the ingenuity of our forward thinking experts, delivering interesting degree programmes through cutting-edge research and teaching. Aberystwyth is the University of the Year for Teaching Quality (The Good University Guide 2018, The Times & Sunday Times). We believe in taking the class room beyond the four walls to provide real-world opportunities and transform lives for the better.
As a student at Aberystwyth, you will be living in a vibrant bilingual university town, between the rolling Cambrian Mountains and the stunning coastline of Cardigan Bay. You’ll be part of a campus university with its own sports centre and busy Arts Centre; and you’ll be next door to the National Library of Wales, one of only five copyright libraries in the UK.
Here are just some of the other reasons why you may want to consider Aberystwyth:
*Aberystwyth University’s rankings are compared against the HE institutions listed in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018
We strongly recommend that you book your place onto an Open Day, Applicant Visiting Day or even a campus tour so you can see the innovative, exciting learning in action and join us in becoming a forward thinker!
pplicants seeking a place on undergraduate degrees should apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The 'standard offer' for admission is the equivalent of three Grade Bs at A'level with at least one B grade at A-Level. AS and A2 subjects are accepted, including General Studies/Critical Thinking, as is the Welsh Baccalaureate and BTEC qualifications provided they are noted on the UCAS form. International students without these qualifications may study the International Foundation Certificate at Aberystwyth University, which will provide a pathway onto one of our undergraduate degree schemes. Additional information about entry requirements is available online or by contacting Elaine Lowe, Academic Operations Administrator.
The Department welcomes applications from mature candidates (applicants who will be at least 21 years of age when commencing an undergraduate course) as well as those who do not possess conventional entrance qualifications. Candidates falling into these categories are normally interviewed as part of the admissions process, the cost of which is reimbursed by Aberystwyth University.
Currently there are no scholarships available.