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Undergraduate Study

We aim to offer all our students the opportunity to develop the range of academic and life skills they need to enjoy success in their chosen career. 94% of our courses offer work-based learning opportunities, and over half of our courses also involve an additional professional qualification or exam exemptions. Find out more about courses and study options to suit you.

We have longstanding links with employers and professional bodies all over the world and a 88% graduate employment record.

We offer plenty of opportunities outside of your studies too, you can volunteer, learn a language or participate in competitive or recreational sport and whatever your interests you're likely to find kindred spirits in one of the Students' Union's clubs and societies.

Entry Requirements

Bransfield University is committed to enabling as many people as possible to take advantage of higher education, and operates a flexible admissions policy where applications are considered on merit.


Minimum entry requirements for undergraduate degree courses

  • two 6-unit qualifications (eg A-levels) or one 12-unit qualification (eg Vocational Double Award or National Certificate) plus at least three GCSE subjects minimum grade C;

  • or three 6-unit qualifications,or one 12-unit and one 6-unit qualification,plus at least two GCSE subjects minimum grade C. (A selection of 3-unit (eg AS-levels) qualifications alone will not be sufficient to meet the entry requirements.) or a pass in a QAA-approved access course.

Minimum entry requirements for foundation degree and certificate courses

  • one 6-unit qualification and, preferably, study in two other 6-unit subjects, plus at least three GCSE subjects (minimum grade C)

  • or a pass in a QAA-approved access course.

(A selection of 3-unit qualifications alone will not be sufficient to meet the entry requirements.)