Harper Adams University Application
For undergraduate admission, Contact:
Faccenda (Student Centre)
Tel: +44 (0)1952 81 5000
For postgraduate admission, contact:
Tel:+44 (0)1952 81 5289
The deadline for UK and EU applications is Friday 28 July 2017. Late applications will be considered but please be aware that some courses may not be available. For overseas students the deadline is Tuesday 26 May 2017 with all conditions of offers to be met by 30 June 2017 for CAS letters to be issued.
You will be provided with an application pack including an academic timetable, fee details and module information if you are interested in a specific course. Please download the relevant application form below, or contact the Taught Postgraduate Courses Administrator for further information.
Applying through UCAS
To apply for our undergraduate courses you must apply through UCAS. The UCAS handbook and details on applying should be obtained from your school or college. If you have left school/college or are a mature entrant, you should visit their website (www.ucas.com) for information on applying.
Both the UCAS Handbook and the ‘Apply’ pages of the UCAS website give detailed guidance on completing your application so please read it carefully. It is important to ensure that all sections of the application are completed, paying particular attention to the qualifications (both complete and incomplete) personal statement and reference sections. Any missing information will lead to a delay in your application being processed.
If you are a non-EU student planning to study a full time undergraduate degree you will:
- Apply through UCAS
- Need a Tier 4 student visa.
Those candidates who are potentially suitable will be required to have an interview via an online web-based system such as Skype.
Entry requirements are specific to each course, for more information on entry requirements please visit the specific page for the course you wish to study.
Minimum age requirements
To study on a degree or foundation degree course at Harper Adams you must normally be 17 by the start date of the course in the year of your entry and must turn 18 no later than the 1st May during the first year of study. Students must abide by regulations set out by the University for students under 18 years of age, which includes a requirement for under 18 year old students to reside in on-campus accommodation for their first year.