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Do you require the English Baccalaureate for entry on to your undergraduate programmes?

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Although we welcome applications from students who hold the English Baccalaureate, we do not require it for entry to our programmes. Students who hold the English Baccalaureate will have their application considered in the same way as applicants holding a range of GCSEs that do not meet the criteria for the award of the Baccalaureate.

The main GCSE requirement for the majority of our non-Clinical Undergraduate Degree Programmes is to have Maths and English GCSE's at grade C or above, where this varies it will be outlined in the individual course entry criteria. Please see the Undergraduate course list for more information. 

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