Teesside considers all academic and vocational qualifications, meaning applicants from non-traditional routes can study here regardless of the type of qualifications studied.
There are two types of offers made by Teesside, conditional and unconditional. Unconditional offers are usually given to applicants who already hold the required qualifications. If you’re still working towards your Level 3 qualifications, you’ll likely be made a conditional offer.
Conditional offers are usually made in UCAS tariff points, and there may be subject-specific requirements. Teesside University usually requires passes in two A-level subjects or equivalent qualifications. T-levels are considered for entry onto courses as well. For some subjects there may be additional GCSE or equivalent Level 2 qualification requirements as well.
To speak about specific subject entry requirements, you can phone the university directly to enquire.
Entry requirements are provided as a guide only and are subject to change. Each application is considered individually, and year and point of entry will affect offers made. Reach out to the admissions department at Teesside University if you have any questions.
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