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A quick note about A level cancellations and what it means for you

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, A levels in 2020 have been cancelled, but please don't worry. We're not going anywhere and you'll still be getting your A level and other exam results in the summer.

Right now, we're working with everyone involved – including UCAS, exam boards and the Government – to figure out how the admissions process will work for students who want to start in autumn 2020. 

We'll work out a solution and once the situation becomes clearer, we'll be as excited as ever to welcome you to the University.

So for now, all you need to focus on is keeping up your hand hygiene and staying safe.

There's lots to think about when you're choosing the best uni and course for you – and our information articles can help you navigate the application process.

Get tips on how to use university rankings and league tables to choose the right uni and course, read our article on how to understand the different types of university degrees and awards, and prepare for your university interview with our interview tips.

You can also find out how the knowledge you already have could contribute to a university qualification with 'Recognition of Prior Learning' – and if you're concerned about how Brexit might affect your application, you'll find the relevant details below.

How to apply to university

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