- Single honours: 112
- Joint honours: 112–128, depending on combination
Units: to include two A-levels or equivalent
- General Studies / Native Languages accepted when one of three A-levels or equivalent.
- Plus GCSE: Mathematics and English grade A*–C (or comparable numeric score under the newly reformed GCSE gradings) preferred. Key Skills Level 2/3 may be used in lieu of poor GCSEs, depending on combination.
Further requirements for specific degrees
- Business: 112 points, with at least 72 points from 2 A-levels or equivalent; 5 GCSE subjects including Mathematics and English grade A*–C (or comparable numeric score under newly reformed GCSE grading) required. General Studies and Native Languages accepted when one of three A-levels or equivalent.
- Creative Writing: 120 points including 32 points at A-level in English Literature, Literature and Language, Drama and Theatre Studies or a related subject. GCSE English grade A*–C (or comparable numeric score under the newly reformed GCSE gradings) required.
- Criminology: 112 points.
- Drama: refer to Drama entry requirements.
- English Literature: 120 points including 40 points at A Level in English Literature, Literature and Language, Drama and Theatre Studies or a related subject. GCSE English A*–C (or comparable numeric score under the newly reformed GCSE gradings) required.
- Film: 112 points.
- Human Rights: 112 points.
- International Relations: 112 points.
- Journalism: refer to Journalism entry requirements.
- Psychology: 120 points. GCSE Mathematics grade A*–C (or comparable numeric score under the newly reformed GCSE gradings) required; students taking Psychology A-level must achieve grade C or above.
- Sociology: 112 points.
For most courses a decision will be made on the basis of your application form alone. However, for some courses, the selection process may include an interview – usually held between December and April for full-time students.
The interviews may be on a one-to-one basis, in a group or with your portfolio, and you may be given a task such as participating in a workshop, a short essay, questionnaire or translation to demonstrate your strengths in addition to any formal entry requirements.
Other entry routes
We will consider a range of alternative qualifications or experience that are equivalent to the typical offer. Applications from international students with equivalent qualifications are welcome, as well as mature students who have not necessarily undergone the conventional qualifications route. Please contact us for details.
If you don't meet the above entry requirements our can prepare you for entry progression onto this degree course.
All non-UK applicants must meet our English language requirement, which is Academic IELTS of 6.5 overall, with no element below 5.5. Make sure you read our full guidance about English language requirements, which includes details of other qualifications we consider.
Applicants who do not meet the English language requirements could be eligible to join our .
Applicants from a recognised majority English speaking countries (MESCs) do not need to meet these requirements.