Widening AccessGetting in

If you're thinking of applying to study at the University, or have already applied, we have some information you might like to read. The University is committed to Widening Access and supporting students from a broad range of backgrounds.

We have a range of tailored services to ensure you get the support you need to get off to a good start and to enable you to progress successfully on your course. By clicking the links below you can access information related to:

As well as the tailored information provided via the links above, remember to check out the subject-specific information - including the entry requirements - of the course (s) you are interested in. A good place to start is with the University's course search. If you have never been to university before, then the filter you should use on the course search is the one labelled 'undergraduate'.

Undergraduate courses are specifically designed for people who do not yet have a degree, and you can apply for these courses via UCAS.

The University takes a range of information into consideration when making admissions decisions for undergraduate courses. If you meet certain criteria, you may be eligible for a contextual offer. To find out more about our usage of contextual data in admissions, please see our information on contextual data at Strathclyde.