Re:Connect for September 2024 entry

Staffordshire University invite you to Re:Connect for September 2024 entry.

We understand that if you applied to university last year and your plans changed, it can be a daunting decision to apply again. That’s why we’ve launched our new scheme which could end with an offer of a place with us for September 2024 - and the application won’t cost you anything.

Through Re:Connect, those aged 19 and above can receive bespoke, one to one advice from our dedicated team to talk through their options. Re:Connect also offers you a chance to make a single choice application to Staffordshire University at no cost to you (terms and conditions apply – see below for details).  You are under no obligation to apply to Staffordshire University as part of this scheme.

If you do choose to undertake a single choice application to us, you must have your Level 3 results and be able to evidence them. In some cases, you will need to evidence GCSE English & Maths at Grade 4 or attend an interview or portfolio review, either on-campus or online - whichever is best for you. If you are successful in securing a place with us, your offer will be unconditional.

You may also qualify for our brand new financial support package. We are launching a Cost of Living Scholarship worth £750, which will help students with their food, rent and other bills. It is open to students from lower income households (terms and conditions apply).

Applicants enrolling on our Nursing Practice (Adult) undergraduate course in September can also benefit from our new £500-a-year Adult Nursing Bursary (terms and conditions apply).

You can find more information on our Undergraduate courses alongside the different entry criteria on our course pages.

You are under no obligation to use the single choice application if you receive advice and guidance through the Re:Connect scheme.

Re:Connect application terms and conditions

* You are under no obligation to apply using the single choice application if you have received support via this scheme.

* You must be 19 years of age or older.

* You must be a UK resident or have a settled immigration status in the UK.

* You must have completed qualifications and any associated residency information ready to confirm right to study.

* You may be fee assessed based on any information you give us.

* You must not currently be in the UCAS system for 2024 entry.

* You understand that completing the UCAS Single Choice Application (RPA) means that you are applying to Staffordshire University only and will not be able to apply elsewhere unless you withdraw your application with us.

* If you applied to Staffordshire University last year and were successful at interview, the university may decide not to interview you again and move your application through to offer.

* You will, if successful, be in receipt of an unconditional offer of study at the completion of this process.

* You must not be reapplying to the university following suspension or withdrawal from a course provided by the university.  Where this is indicated via Admissions checks, your application will not be processed.

* Full terms and conditions of offer will be provided to you should you be offered a place.

Re:Connect now

If you wish to Re:Connect please complete the form below. 

  • Applicant Declaration
    You confirm that the information given on this form is true, complete and accurate and no information or other material information has been omitted. You accept that if this is not the case, UCAS shall have the right to cancel your application and you shall have no claim against UCAS or any higher education institution or college in relation thereto. You confirm that you understand your data will be shared with UCAS and processed in accordance with their Privacy policy including use for statistical purposes. You also accept that having completed this form you do not have the right to further choices within the UCAS scheme and will not approach any other university or college in the UCAS scheme. You have the right to cancel this application. If you decide not to take up your place at the university or college, you must do this by informing the university or college who have offered you the place as soon as possible.
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