This section explains what will happen with your application to study at Harper Adams once it has been submitted to us. Your application will be reviewed by our admissions team alongside our Course Managers before a decision is made.
We endeavour to begin to process applications within a few days of receipt. You will receive an email acknowledgement upon receipt and we may need to contact you for further information if we are unable to consider your application without it. This may include copies of certificates, details of work experience completed or anything else which may be missing from the UCAS form. Some courses (Agriculture, Engineering, Extended Programme, and Veterinary Physiotherapy) will require you to come to an interview before a decision can be made on your application, and we will arrange this with you if necessary. The latest date by which all universities must advise you of their decision is usually 1st May (for on-time applications).
We aim to keep our interview afternoons as relaxed as possible and you are welcome to bring a guest with you. There will be an opportunity to tour the campus, look at accommodation options and chat with current students and members of staff.
Your interview will be with a member of the course team to which you have applied. You can expect to be asked about:
For information about interviews at Harper Adams University please click here.
Following interview, we aim to make decisions within 2 weeks, although in most cases you will hear from us sooner. All decisions will be shared with you via UCAS track so we recommend you check this regularly. You will also receive an email from us containing other important information.
If you do receive an offer from us you will need to wait until you have heard from all of your chosen universities before you are able to make your firm and insurance choices. UCAS track will tell you the date by which you need to make a decision.
If you are unsuccessful we will write to you personally to explain the reason for our decision.
If you receive an offer it will either be conditional or unconditional.
A conditional offer means you still need to meet some of our requirements, which could be exam results, amount or type of work experience, English language requirements or other conditions such as deposits for international students.
An unconditional offer means that you have met all of our requirements and will have a confirmed place at Harper Adams University.
Once you have an offer from Harper Adams University, please visit the proceeding with your application page.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have, either by phone or email.
Faccenda (Student Centre)
+44 (0)1952 81 5000