Undergraduate course application for BSc (Hons) Cyber Security and Digital Forensics
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To be considered for any of our full-time or sandwich degrees (including foundation years and foundation degrees) you must apply online through UCAS:
Apply for BSc (Hons) Cyber Security and Digital Forensics (full-time study)
The UCAS institution code for UWE Bristol is B80. The UCAS code for this course can be found on the previous page. If you will be studying a course taught at the main Frenchay Campus select "-" from the dropdown list on the UCAS application page. For study at City Campus, Glenside Campus, UWE Gloucester or one of our local study partners, you will need to select the appropriate institution code from the drop-down list.
International (non-EU) applications
International students have two ways to apply for an undergraduate course:
- Through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS):
Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)
- Through one of our agents or representatives in your country or by meeting a representative at one of our regional offices.
Understanding the application process
Our Undergraduate application guide will help guide you through the process of applying to UWE Bristol including:
- What to do before you apply
- How to apply
- What happens after you apply - tracking your application
For further information about undergraduate study options at UWE Bristol view our undergraduate study guide.
Programmes subject to approval
If the course you wish to study is marked "*subject to UWE approval", it means that it is in the process of being approved by the University. If you are interested in one of these courses, you should apply in the usual way, and the University will keep you informed of the latest developments.
A year out - the gap year
We welcome applications for most programmes from applicants who wish to take a gap year. If you decide after you have applied that you wish to defer, please contact the Admissions Office. Most Faculties are willing to hold open for one year any offer of a place which has been accepted.
The University is committed to the promotion of equal opportunities for all. We consider each application on the basis of the applicant's suitability for the proposed programme of study, at the same time acknowledging the statutory and professional requirements of some programmes. We are keen to encourage applicants from a wide range of academic and social backgrounds to take up the opportunity of studying at the University. We aim to create an environment that respects the diversity of students and enables them to derive maximum benefit and enjoyment from their involvement in the life of the University. To do this we will be proactive about ensuring people are treated fairly regardless of age, disability, race, nationality, ethnicity, gender, religion or sexual orientation.
Admission as a student means that you agree to be bound by the rules and regulations of the University. At registration you will be sent an email asking that you confirm that have read these.
For the further information view the Admissions Policy.
The Admissions Office deals with enquiries and applications for all undergraduate programmes.
- Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 83333
- Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post: Admissions Office, University of the West of England, Frenchay Campus, Bristol BS16 1QY, UK