In order to be considered for the courses and programmes you most want to study, it is important to rank the ones you have selected.

You will be made an admissions offer for the courses and programmes that you have given the highest rank to in your list, where there is a place available and you meet the entry requirements. This means that you will be evaluated for your first choice first.

Because the number of courses and programmes you may apply to is different depending on whether you are applying at the bachelor's level or the master's level, we have divided this section into specific information for each of those levels.

Ranking your selections at the bachelor's level (undergraduate)

Ranking your selections at the master's level (graduate)