Bangor University Unconditional Offer
Unconditional Offers Scheme 2017
To be eligible for an unconditional offer under this scheme, applicants must:
- Be a UK/EU student who is applying for entry in September 2017 onto a full-time undergraduate degree course in one of the relevant academic Schools OR be an international student who is studying A-level or International Baccalaureate qualifications and applying for entry in September 2017 onto a full-time undergraduate degree course in one of the relevant academic Schools
- Have a minimum of five GCSEs at Grade A or above; OR for International Students, have a minimum of five iGCSE at Grade A or above.
- Be predicted grades of ABB at A-levels (or equivalent qualifications) where 3 or more A-level subjects are studied.
- Be predicted grades of ABB in their A-levels subjects (including the Welsh Baccalaureate) in those instances where applicants are only able to study for two A-levels alongside the Welsh Baccalaureate qualification.
- Have applied through UCAS by January 15, 2017 at the latest.
- For the unconditional offer to ‘stand’ / be honoured, the applicant must hold Bangor’s offer as either their firm or insurance choice via UCAS Track by June 8, 2017.
- The unconditional offer will not ‘stand’ or apply during Clearing to those applicants who initially rejected Bangor’s unconditional offer.
- The unconditional offer applies to entry in September 2017 only – the offer cannot be deferred to another year of entry.
- Only qualifications listed in the table shown in the FAQ page will be eligible for consideration for the Unconditional Offers scheme.
To be eligible for the £3,500 Excellence Scholarship, applicants must:
- Be a UK/EU student. For International students please see details about Bangor International Scholarship.
- Have received an unconditional offer under the University’s 2017 Unconditional Offer Scheme to study on a full-time undergraduate degree course in one of the relevant academic Schools.
- Have held Bangor’s offer as either their firm or insurance choice via UCAS Track by June 8, 2017.
- Have then gone on to register on the relevant course at Bangor University in September 2017.
- Have achieved a minimum of 3 A grades at A-level.
- Where equivalent qualifications are studied, the relevance of the qualification for the course as well as the achieved grades will be taken into account. For instance, those studying the BTEC Extended Diploma would be expected to have achieved a minimum of three D* in a subject that’s relevant to their chosen course.
- The Excellence Scholarships are non-means tested and payable in the first year only.
- A student can only receive one non-means tested Scholarship (e.g. an entrant could not receive an Excellence Scholarship and a £3,000 Merit Scholarship through the Entrance Scholarship scheme – the Excellence Scholarship would take precedent).
- However, students awarded Scholarship prizes are still eligible to receive any relevant bursary payments, such as the means-tested Bangor bursary.
- The Excellence Scholarships will be paid by cheque and presented to the recipients at the Scholarship Presentation Evening in November
- The recipients will be expected to attend the Scholarship Presentation, and will also be required to participate in marketing and publicity related to the Scholarship award.