BNU accepts a range of qualifications and typically asks for UCAS Tariff points ranging from 128–88. That’s roughly the equivalent of AAB–CCD in A-level grades. Other qualifications the uni accepts include BTECs and T-levels, among others.
You’ll be able to find each course’s specific entry requirements online on the uni’s course search pages. This might include having to have studied specific subjects at A-level (or equivalent qualification). We’ve given you an idea of the kind of grades you’ll need to study certain subjects at BNU below.
For instance, to study a degree in accounting, finance or business, or computing & IT, you’ll likely be asked for A-levels ranging from BCC–CCD (or equivalent qualification). For health & medicine degrees, you’ll probably need A-levels ranging from AAB–CCD (or equivalent qualification), and for psychology & counselling degrees you’ll be asked for ABB–BCC.
Should you not achieve the required grades, the university offers many of their courses with foundation years so you can do an extra year of study before joining the main degree programme.
It should be noted that entry requirements can change so you should always confirm these with the university before applying.