Most undergraduate degree programmes at the University of Bedfordshire ask for UCAS Tariff points ranging between 80 and 120. 120 UCAS points can be achieved in several ways, for example, by getting BBB or A*CC at A-level, or DDM in BTECs.
The uni also accepts qualifications that are equivalent to A-levels and BTECs, like Scottish Highers and Access to Higher Education Diplomas. These can often be used together in combination.
You can find each degree programme’s specific entry requirements online on the uni’s course search pages. We’ve also given you an idea here of the kind of grades you’ll need to study certain subjects at Bedfordshire.
To get onto a business, accounting or finance degree, you’ll need A-levels ranging from BBC–CCE (or equivalent qualification), while for art & design courses, you’ll likely need A-levels of CCC–CCE (or equivalent qualification).
If you don’t reach the required grades for certain subjects, you may be able to choose a course which includes a foundation year and requires fewer UCAS points to get onto This will get you up to the necessary level of knowledge before starting the undergraduate degree the following year.
It should be noted that entry requirements can change so you should always confirm these with the university before applying.
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