What happens once you have submitted your application to UCAS
When you apply to SRUC, UCAS will send us a copy of your
application. We will then consider your application and decide whether
or not we can make you an offer.
It is not general practice for SRUC to interview applicants, but we
usually recommend that you attend one of our open days before you make
any decision on an offer. These are run regularly throughout the year
and will help you decide whether studying at SRUC is right for you.
We will write to you once an offer has been made with an invitation to an open day.
When SRUC receives your UCAS application and it has been
considered, you will receive a response through the UCAS Track system.
If SRUC has to cancel a course we will contact you directly and help you find another.
If you decide to withdraw from your offer, UCAS will write to you asking you to confirm the reason for your withdrawal.
Types of offers
UCAS will inform you whether SRUC has decided to give you an
unconditional or conditional offer, they will tell you the year and
month your course starts, and the point of entry.
UCAS will also inform you if SRUC has rejected your application.
Unconditional offer (U)
This means that you have already met all the entrance requirements
for the course. SRUC will contact you if we require proof of your
Conditional offer (C)
This means that we have made you an offer that depends on certain
conditions. Usually you must get certain grades in your forthcoming
We may specify other requirements such as financial, medical, or
English language conditions that you must meet before the start of the
course, and your UCAS offer will include these.
If you have any queries relating to offers you have been made, please contact us using the details below.