Undergraduate admissions policy documents
Undergraduate Admissions Policy
At Liverpool we believe in treating each application individually on its own merits.
In order to help applicants and their advisors to understand how we approach admissions, we have produced an Undergraduate Admissions Policy.
This policy document provides information on various aspects of admissions, including roles and responsibilities, the principles we apply in arriving at admissions decisions, a description of the admissions process and what to do if you feel you have grounds for complaint or appeal.
The University publishes and Access Agreement each year, which is approved by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA) and which sets out the University’s activities that are designed to support entry for students from groups that are currently under-represented. All of our Access Agreements are published online and may be found at:
Undergraduate Appeals and Complaints Policy
The University prides itself on the high standards it sets in managing its admissions procedures, but we recognise that sometimes things can go wrong or misunderstandings occur. We have therefore established an Admissions Appeals and Complaints Policy which applicants may use if they believe they have grounds for an appeal or complaint.
- Admissions Appeals and Complaints Policy
- Admissions Appeals and Complaints Form
- Admissions Appeals and Complaints Consent Form
- Plagiarism Policy
Terms and Conditions
By accepting the offer of a place on a programme or module, you enter into a legally binding contract with the University of Liverpool ("the University") which can only be varied by agreement in writing. In so doing, you accept and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. Please see the Student Administration website for the terms and conditions of your programme of study by year of entry.