Met the terms of your offer?
If you've received your exam results and you meet the terms of your offer, congratulations! Find out what happens next.
UCAS applicants - if Bristol is your firm choice
If we have received your results and you have met the terms of your offer, your place will be confirmed automatically via UCAS Track. You do not need to contact us.
If you have met or exceeded the terms of your offer and UCAS Track is showing 'no decision', please check whether you need to tell us about your results. If we should have received your results, please contact us with your UCAS personal ID number.
UCAS applicants - if Bristol is your insurance choice
Check whether you need to tell us about your results. If so, please follow the instructions.
I’ve been placed at my firm choice university. Can I come to you instead?
As your firm choice has confirmed your place, your contract is with them and we will not be able to offer you a place here instead.
I've met the terms of my insurance offer at Bristol
If your firm choice has not been able to offer you a place, but you have met the terms of our insurance offer, your place at Bristol will be confirmed automatically via UCAS Track. You do not need to contact us.
My firm choice university hasn’t made a decision yet. Can I come to you instead?
We can’t confirm your insurance place until you have a decision from your firm choice university. If you don’t want to wait for a decision from your firm choice, you must speak to them to see what they can do for you.
If your firm choice is not able to offer you a place, but you have met the terms of our insurance offer, your place at Bristol will be confirmed automatically.
Direct entry applicants
If you applied to a direct entry course, you should have heard from us by now and we look forward to welcoming you in September.
If you have not heard from us, make sure you have sent us all your exam results. We may still be waiting for information from you before we can make a final decision.
Contacts for direct entry applicants:
- International Foundation Programme (Arts and Humanities; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics; and Social Sciences and Law)
- Foundation in Arts and Humanities
- BA English Literature and Community Engagement
- Childhood Studies (part time)
- Criminology (part time)
Visit accommodation to find out how to accept your accommodation offer or apply for a place.
Visit International students: visas, CAS and arrival for information about your CAS, applying for a visa, and arriving in the UK.
Find out more about funding and financial support.
If you change your mind
Find out what to do if you want to change course, defer or withdraw your application.
Studying during the coronavirus pandemic
Got your place at Bristol but unsure what to expect?
Confirmed new students
Visit new undergraduates to find about about registration, arrival and Welcome Week activities.
If you have a disability that you haven't yet told us about, please contact Disability Services to find out how we can help support you.
Celebrate your success
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