So, why should you choose Aston University? Here are just a few reasons students come to study with us:
Top 25 University
We’re recognised as one of the best universities in the country. Aston is ranked 22nd in The Guardian league table - based on student satisfaction, teaching quality, and more.
Top 20 for Earnings
At Aston, your employability is one of our highest priorities, and you can see the impact this has on our graduates’ earnings. Government figures show the average salary of employed Aston graduates, five years after graduation, is £34,800 - the 16th largest in the UK (Longitudinal Education Outcomes, 2023).
Top 10 for Graduate Prospects
Students agree that a degree from Aston University helps them achieve their goals. The Complete University Guide asked our graduates whether their career was on track, 15 months after graduation. Their positive responses put Aston in the Top 10 UK universities by this measure.
Top 10% in the 2023 National Student Survey (NSS) for Student Voice
Our students talk and we listen. They have clearly told us that they have the right opportunities to give feedback on their course, staff really value their opinions and, most importantly, their course feedback is acted upon. That’s why for Student Voice Aston is rated in the top 10% nationally and 2nd overall for West Midlands universities.
We are entering UCAS Embargo, the Clearing Application form will resume on 17th August at 8am. In the meantime, please register your interest.
If you're still waiting for your results, please leave your details on our registration form below, and we will come back to you on A-Level results day with details of how you can apply through Clearing.
In the meantime, if you want to find out more about what it's like to study at Aston University, you can explore the links below.
Why do students choose Aston? Some of our recent graduates have shared the things that influenced them. Read more, hopefully you'll find your own reason to study with us.
Aston Students' Union - A place for socialising, meeting friends, joining clubs and societies.
Studying in Birmingham - Learn why the second city should be your first choice.
Welcome Week - This is how we welcome successful applicants to Aston, with access to events, activities, support and our Get Ahead programme, which helps you transition from school to university.
You can also read more about our courses.
Please note: Some of our most popular courses, including Medicine and Pharmacy may NOT be available in Clearing. The full list of Clearing vacancies will be available from this once Clearing opens.
And finally, you can follow us on social media for the latest updates and news from Aston University.
Are you an international student? A limited number of places are available for undergraduate courses in September 2023, so if you already have your results you can apply now.
I'm an Aston applicant, but I missed my grades, did I get my place?
If you are an Aston applicant, our Admissions team will have reviewed your application and may still be able to confirm your place. Please check UCAS Track and your emails for confirmation or more information. We may have contacted with an alternative course to study. The best thing to do is:Check your Track on Results Day to see if a confirmation decision is available Check your emails
If you are still not sure, please call out team to discuss your options. Clearing Helpline: 0800 917 5923
Please note: We will not be making offers over the phone.
If your grades are lower than expected and you have not met your offer, you should look at the Clearing vacancies listed on our website where the entry requirement is lower than your current offer. If you are keen to study one of these, and you meet the entry requirements, you should apply using the Clearing Application Form.
If you have a place at another university, but want to apply to Aston, you will need to use the self-release feature on UCAS Track before you apply to us.
NB: Please check our Clearing vacancies (above in the table) to ensure the course you want is available in Clearing and that you meet the entry requirements before you use the self-release option.
Once your UCAS track shows you are in Clearing, you should apply using our Clearing Application Form
If you want to discuss your options, please call our Clearing helpline: 0800 917 5923. Please note – we will not be making offers over the phone, but our team can help you understand your options and assist if you get stuck using our Clearing Application Form.
If you are an existing Aston applicant and want to change programme, contact the Admissions Team via email@example.com Our team will then advise you if a change of programme is possible.
Once we’ve made you an offer:Log onto your UCAS Track account add Aston University (A80) and the course UCAS code you have received in your offer email.
Once you have accepted your offer we aim to confirm your place on the course within one working day if not sooner.
Your offer email will state what the deadline is for accepting.
Once you have your place confirmed, you can apply for campus accommodation. You will need your Student ID Number.
The ID number will be available to you in your Welcome to Aston Email and all communications you will receive from us once your place is confirmed.
You can secure your room online.
Please note that we will not be extending any Clearing offer deadline.
If you have not submitted your UCAS application on time, check our website to see if we still have vacancies on the course you want. If so, please submit a new online application.
If we do not have any vacancies left on your chosen course, then unfortunately we are no longer able to honour your offer.