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When you receive an offer, this will either be an unconditional or a conditional offer.
An unconditional offer means that you have met the entry requirements for your course and are guaranteed a place at Oxford Brookes University.
A conditional offer means that you are required to meet certain conditions specified by the university before you can take up your place at Oxford Brookes.
Most applicants will receive a conditional offer. This means that we would like to offer you a place on your chosen course, but we do not yet have sufficient information from you to confirm that place. Your offer letter will clearly state the conditions of your offer.
The conditions are typically:
For undergraduate and postgraduate courses, once you have met any of the conditions, you should send proof immediately to the Admissions Office.
For Pathways courses i.e. Foundation, Pre-Master's or Pre-sessional English you should send proof immediately to the Pathways office.
When you have met all the conditions of your offer you will receive an unconditional offer and your place at Oxford Brookes University is guaranteed.
If English is not your first language and you have not yet taken a recognised English language test, it is likely that a condition of your offer will relate to English language.
If you have already taken an English language test, but not reached the required level, you could take our Pre-sessional English course. If you successfully complete this course you will meet our language entry requirements without needing to take another external English language test.