Academic and non-academic conditions of your offer 

All offers made for our health professional degrees are subject to a series of academic and non-academic conditions. You need to meet these to be able to take up your place with us. 

Academic conditions 

Undergraduate BSc Nursing, BSc Midwifery, BSc Physiotherapy, BSc Sport Rehabilitation, BSc Health Promotion and Public Health, at the University of Nottingham

  • You must meet the grade requirements outlined on UCAS Hub before beginning the course.

Non-academic conditions 

Health clearance 

You will be asked to complete an online confidential occupational health questionnaire. This will be sent out from June onwards. This should be completed as quickly as possible to avoid delays with your application.  

The university may need to carry out a full assessment of your support needs in order to ensure that it can fully meet its legal obligations to you. Very occasionally, the university may determine that it is not able to provide the support required, in which case the offer will be withdrawn.  

If you disclose a disability, the University Accessibility Unit will contact you to discuss possible reasonable adjustments to support you with your studies.  

As part of the health clearance, we need to make sure you're fit to study and fit to practise.

Police clearance 

All UK health professional schools are required to ensure that all health professional students undergo police clearance before starting your programme of study.  

You will need to have an Enhanced DBS check. We will contact you from June onwards with more information on the steps you'll need to take before you start your course. 

Non-UK residents (excluding the Republic of Ireland) need to obtain a police check from their home country and this must be received by the end of August. The only exception to this is if you receive an offer after this date. 

Fitness to practise 

All UK Health Professional Schools have a duty to ensure that no member of the public is harmed as a consequence of participating in the training of health professional students. 

If your conduct falls below the high standards of behaviour expected, your offer may be revoked.