Our Admissions Policy

Our Admissions Policy

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Last Updated: November 28th 2019

The Admissions Policy of Newman University applies to all programmes of study leading to awards from Newman University.

The Admissions Policy is separated into the following sections:

  • Scope
  • Purpose
  • Policy Monitoring
  • Principles
  • Entry Requirements
  • Course Information
  • Applications, Routes and Deadlines
  • Widening Participation and Contextual Data
  • Part-time Studies
  • Applicants for Entry to Year Two or Three
  • Mitigating Circumstances
  • Applicants with Disabilities or a Long Term Health Condition
  • Duty to Disclose Relevant and Unspent Criminal Convictions
  • Similarity Detection and Fraud
  • Assessment and Selection
  • Student Rights
  • Deferred Entry and Release from the University
  • Interaction between the University and Applicant
  • Feedback
  • Appeals and Complaints
  • Enrolment and Induction of New Students
  • Monitoring and Review
  • Data Protection

View our Academic Regulations

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