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Top 10 for Teaching Quality

Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 & 2019

Top 40 UK University

37th out of 121 UK institutions in the Guardian League Tables 2020

Top 10 for Student Satisfaction

The Complete University Guide 2020

Applying for University in 2019

If you want to start studying with us in September 2019, you don’t need to wait until UCAS Clearing on 5 July. There are multiple ways to apply for Staffordshire University, so you can still secure your place right up until 4 July and beat the Clearing rush.

If you haven’t applied yet, you can still apply until 30 June through UCAS in a standard way. This works in the same way as early applications. However, the longer you leave the application, the more likely it is that our courses will fill up.

What’s more, if you have already applied and are not holding any offers, or if you have declined all offers you have been made, you can apply again through UCAS Extra until 4 July.

Whether you’re looking to study a course in computing, healthcare, engineering, art & design, or film and media, there is still time to apply, and at Staffordshire University we have a full network of support staff to help you through the process.

Apply through UCAS

If you have not applied already, apply before 30th June to study in 2019.

15 January – 30 June

If you haven’t already applied, you can still apply to us via UCAS after the initial 15th January 2019 deadline to start a course in September 2019. UCAS is open for applications until 30th June 2019.

UCAS Extra

If you have already applied, UCAS Extra is another way for you to secure a place in September 2019.

25 February – 4 July

UCAS Extra is open to anyone not holding any offers or if you have declined all your offers and wanting to apply for a new course.


You can apply for a course using Clearing if you are not already holding an offer from a university, and the course still has places.

5 July – 23 October

You can apply for a course using Clearing if you are not already holding an offer, and your chosen course has availability.


Upcoming Open Days

Stoke-on-Trent campus

  • 9.30am–3pm

Centre of Excellence Stafford

(Healthcare campus)

  • 9.30am–1pm

Centre of Excellence Shrewsbury

(Healthcare campus)

  • 9.30am–1pm


Stoke-on-Trent – a global hub of enterprise.

In 1910, six towns (Hanley, Burslem, Longton, Fenton, Tunstall, and Stoke) joined together to form the city of Stoke-on-Trent.

We're world famous for our pottery industry, but that's not all... Our central location in Britain see's us short distances from the major cities of Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester, inspiring many global businesses of all shapes and sizes to base their headquarters here too.

Aside from being a hub for industry, Stoke-on-Trent has a vibrant social scene. Whatever you like to do, we have it covered - from lively nightlife in the City Centre and over 200 different eateries across the region, to countryside walks in the Peak District National Park.

There's so much more Stoke-on-Trent has to offer - so pack up your bags and come and see for yourself!



Are you applying for a full-time undergraduate degree at Staffordshire University and need somewhere to live? 

Finding a place to stay during your first year of study can be one of the most stressful parts of your application. At Staffordshire University, we’ll not only take get rid of that stress, we’ll guarantee you a place right in the heart of the campus.

We have over 1200 rooms at our Stoke-on-Trent campus, and 50 close to our Stafford Centre of Excellence. So wherever you’re based, you will get the full university experience.

To get your guaranteed accommodation:

  • Apply for a full-time undergraduate degree based at Stoke-on-Trent campus or Stafford Centre of Excellence.
  • Make us your Firm choice University.
  • Accept our offer of accommodation within four days.

Find out more about guaranteed accommodation.