Staffordshire University recognises alternative routes into university education, as well as the more traditional ones. Therefore, it accepts applicants with a wide variety of qualifications, skills and experiences. You’ll be able to apply using qualifications like A-levels, VCE Double Awards, Scottish Advanced Highers and the Welsh Baccalaureate.
You’ll be able to find each course’s specific entry requirements online on the uni’s course search pages. The requirements could include having studied a particular subject at A-level (or equivalent qualification). We’ve given you an idea of the kind of grades you’ll need to study certain subjects below.
For instance, to get onto an accounting, business or finance degree, you’ll likely be asked for A-levels ranging from BBC–AE (or equivalent qualification). For health & medicine degrees, you’ll likely be asked for A-levels of BBB–AE (or equivalent qualification), and for computing & IT courses, entry requirements range from A-levels of BBC–AE (or equivalent qualification).
A number of the courses that ask for a lower grade requirement will include a foundation year as part of the course.
It should be noted that entry requirements can change so you should always confirm these with the university before applying.