Forge yours and the world’s future with a Degree that Matters at Harper Adams University
Undergraduate places available for 2021 entry through Late applications, Clearing and Adjustment
If you have left it later to apply to university, or are considering the use of Clearing or Adjustment to make an additional application or change your course choice, all the information you need can be found right here. Or you can skip the fact finding and speak to us directly by calling 01952 815000, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or completing this form to ask us to contact you.
Each of these methods will connect you with a friendly, knowledgeable member of our Admissions Team who can consider your qualifications, ambitions, hopes and concerns to match you to a place on a course starting this September.
Take a look at our course pages to find out what our courses involve and how they fit with your career aspirations.
Looking for more info before you apply? You can chat to staff or students via unibuddy to ask questions and hear about their experiences - or sign up for one of our events. We are hosting two Clearing-specific events in August, plus regular campus tour opportunities throughout the summer.
UCAS Extra is currently open. If you've used all five choices, and you're not holding any offers, you can add another choice using Extra.
August 18 - Adjustment ends
To apply for our full time undergraduate courses you must apply through UCAS.
The 'Apply' pages of the UCAS website give detailed guidance on completing your application so please read it carefully. The system is easy to follow with help links at every stage to make applying as simple as possible. For late applicants and those going through Clearing or Adjustment, it is advisable to talk to us before making or adjusting your application.
As part of our drive to broaden access to higher education and our specific range of subjects, students who have faced disadvantage might be eligible for a contextualised offer - usually a one grade drop in entry requirements.
Some of our courses require a minimum number of weeks work experience before you can start on the course. However, 2020 and 2021 have been challenging years for work experience. In recognition of this, we have extended the validity period of required work experience to include time pre-pandemic. We are also accepting a wider range of experience than we would have previously. Details of this are on the course pages of the website. However we know that for some applicants it will be a struggle to get the work experience that they need. Please contact the Admissions Office if you are in this situation.
Find out about the cost of university and all of the financial support available to enable you to invest in your future of undergraduate study at Harper Adams.
Once you have agreed your place at Harper Adams, you’ll be able to apply for a place in our on-campus accommodation.
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