Whatever your results we can help you with the next steps of your application.
We receive a large amount of summer results from UCAS for qualifications such as A/AS Levels, Scottish Higher/Advanced Highers, Irish Leaving Certificate and the International Baccalaureate. We also receive a large proportion of, BTEC level 3 qualifications, including the Extended Diploma, City and Guilds Extended and Advanced Technical Diplomas and Access to HE. Other qualifications, such as GCSEs and other level 2 qualifications, we have to receive directly from the applicant. If you receive any results and believe we may not have them, you are more than welcome to send us a copy. If we do not receive your results from UCAS as expected, or we know that they are not coming from UCAS, we will ask you to send us a copy of your results as soon as you receive them. Scanned copies of the required documents can be emailed to the Admissions Office.
If Harper Adams University was your first choice and you have met the conditions of your offer, or have an unconditional offer, we look forward to seeing you in September. Please ensure that you continue to check your emails as we will send important updates until the start of term, including instructions on how to enrol. Don't forget to visit the applicants section and join the chat on the Harper Adams University Starters Facebook page.
Do not panic! We value highly those applicants who have chosen us as their Firm choice institution so once we receive your results we will try our best to ensure you are on the course of your choice or an alternative course that would lead onto it. We will never automatically reject an applicant without fully reviewing their results and their overall application, and where alternative places are available. In those circumstances where we are unable to offer a place we will offer advise on what can be done to improve a future application.
If you have met your offer and you are happy with your place, there is nothing you need to do. If you would like to be considered for an alternative course with us, you are more than welcome to contact the Admissions Team and we will review your qualifications for the new course. The UCAS Adjustment process is in place for applicants in this position to change their course.