Richmond University Clearing 2013
2013 undergraduate places are still available at Richmond.
If you are a UCAS applicant you can apply for these via UCAS in Clearing.
UCAS Applicants: Call our admissions hotline 020 8332 8330 now to see if we can offer you a decision in principle straight away.
If have not applied through UCAS: Call us on our admissions hotline 020 8332 8330 now or apply directly to us here.
Tell me more about current places at Richmond
We currently have vacancies in:
- BA Business Administration: Entrepreneurship
- BA Business Administration: Fashion Marketing
- BA Business Administration: Finance
- BA Business Administration: International Business
- BA Business Administration: International Business with Sports Electives
- BA Business Administration: Marketing
- BA Economics
- BA Financial Economics
- BA International and Development Economics
- BA American Studies
- BA Art, Design, and Media
- BA Communications
- BA Development Studies
- BA Film Studies
- BA History
- BA International Journalism & Media
- BA International Relations
- BA Performance and Theatre Arts
- BA Political Science
- BA Psychology
How long is a Richmond degree?
Our programmes are 4 years long, however entrants with A levels at grade C and above in relevant subjects can gain exemption from introductory courses and may be able to complete in 3 years.
What are your entry requirements?
Students with 280+ UCAS tariff points from A/ AS level, IB, BTEC or equivalent (including Access courses) will be eligible for the 3 year degree. Students with a High School Diploma or equivalent (GPA 2.5+) will be eligible for the 4 year degree.
Well motivated students without these grades may be considered, most likely, for the full 4 year programme or for our Foundation year.
What about tuition fees and financial support?
Our tuition fees for autumn 2012 entry are £9,000 p.a. for Home/ EU students and £14,500 p.a. for International students. FT Home & EU Richmond undergraduate students are normally eligible, via Student Finance England for a loan of £6,000 p.a. towards tuition fees, while UK students are also normally eligible for a maintenance loan and possibly a maintenance grant from the same source. Thus, while our total tuition fees are similar to many publicly funded UK universities, Home and EU students will normally have to pay £3,000 of this fee directly to the University each year, although of course, levels of fee debt on graduation will then be lower.
Scholarships are also available to some entrants to waive £1,500 or the full £3,000 remaining balance of tuition fees each year.
Link to this page: http://www.richmond.ac.uk/s/1587.aspx