We will give full and equal consideration to applicants with a wide range of qualifications and welcome applications from students offering any of the following qualifications:
This is not a full list of accepted qualifications so do not worry if you do not see your qualifications here. If you have questions about whether your qualification is suitable please contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please check our course profiles for individual entry requirements via our degree programmes list. All applicants must apply through UCAS.
Our minimum requirement is 5 GCSE subjects grades A-C (including Maths and English Language). Some courses require a B grade at Maths GCSE (see individual course pages for further information) Meeting these requirements means that you are eligible to apply, but does not automatically guarantee that an offer will be made. Students wishing to study business subjects should note that there will be maths content within a number of your modules.
Accepted qualifications vary from country to country, and we accept a wide range of qualifications. For the accepted qualifications from your country please email email@example.com stating your qualifications (achieved and predicted) and the course that you would like to study.
Key Skills will not be included within any points offer, however, once you have received your results if you narrowly miss the entry requirements we may take Key Skills into account. Please note that Key Skills qualifications cannot be accepted in place of GCSE Maths and English Language.
We welcome applications from native speakers to the IBML programmes. Students should also have achieved or be aiming to achieve an A-Level or equivalent in the chosen language, unless they wish to apply for beginner's (Ab Initio) IBML French, German or Spanish.
If you are over 21 then you are classed as a potential mature student. If you want to study a degree but do not have traditional qualifications then you will usually need to provide us with other evidence to support your application. This could be successful recent study in relevant subjects, and/or relevant professional qualifications or experience of a high academic standard. If you have studied A-Levels in recent years we would normally expect you to have obtained the required total tariff points of 136 -128 points in 3 A-Level subjects. If you would like to know more please contact the Admissions Office: firstname.lastname@example.org We welcome applications from mature students who are studying an Access to Business Higher Education qualification.
Most students requesting direct entry on to the second year of our degree programmes can only be offered first year entry. The first year at Aston Business School offers a prescribed set of modules which are specifically designed to provide a good foundation in various aspects of business and management and maximum flexibility in the choice of second and final year modules. As few other universities offer exactly the same first year modules as Aston Business School, students transferring directly into the second year would either find themselves lacking knowledge in certain essential areas or facing severe restrictions in their choice of second and final year modules. Students wishing to transfer to either the first or second year of Aston Business School degrees must have gained the 128-136 tariff points in 3 subjects required for entry to the first year of our degree programmes (see top of page). We will also check the first year modules that you have studied previously to ensure that the modules are the similar to our own.If you feel that you have the necessary requirements to enter the second year, please e-mail the following details to email@example.com
Applicants taking a HND in Business may be considered for entry into year 2. To be considered applicants must have already met the GCSE requirements and have achieved or predicted to achieve a Distinction in the BTEC HND.
Please note that students will be required to take do a placement in their 3rd year. We do not accept applications into the 3rd or final year of our degree programmes.