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Which UK Universities Have the Easiest Admissions Procedures?

Which UK Universities Have the Easiest Admissions Procedures? New data from UCAS indicate that while some universities grant admission to more than 90% of applicants, less than a fifth of Oxford applicants are accepted.

It’s harder to get into some universities than others. Oxford and Cambridge admissions are notoriously competitive. It gets easier as you fall down the university league tables. You might think so.

We have analyzed the data to determine the proportion of applicants who receive an offer after applying to each UK university, establishing definitively which institutions are the most difficult to crack.

View the offer rate for each university in the table and list below. There are a few pleasant surprises there…

The 20 UK’s Most Easiest Universities To Get Admission

These are the universities that are the easiest to admission, according to the percentage of students who apply to each one and receive an offer:

  • Aberystwyth University (97.6%)
  • Bishop Grosseteste University (95.1%)
  • Ravensbourne University London (95.1%)
  • University for the Creative Arts (92.4%)
  • University of Sussex (91.8%)
  • Plymouth College of Art (91.5%)
  • Coventry University (91.3%)
  • University of Wolverhampton (90.8%)
  • York St John University (90.8%)
  • Cardiff Metropolitan University (90.2%)
  • University of Kent (90.2%)
  • Nottingham Trent University (90.1%)
  • University College Birmingham (89.9%)
  • De Montfort University (89.5%)
  • SOAS University of London (89.1%)
  • Northumbria University Newcastle (88.9%)
  • University of Wales Trinity Saint David (88.7%)
  • Liverpool Hope University (88.5%)
  • Lancaster University (88.2%)
  • St Mary’s University, Twickenham (88%).

The Most Difficult UK Universities to Get Admission

Founded on the level of offers made compared to the quantity of registrations received,  the hardest Universities to get admission in the UK are;

  • University of Oxford (19.1%)
  • University of Cambridge (21.6%)
  • London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) (21.9%)
  • University of St Andrews (25%)
  • Imperial College London (32.5%)
  • St George’s, University of London (35.3%)
  • The University of Edinburgh (39.3%)
  • University College London (UCL) (42.8%)
  • University of the Arts London (43.8%)
  • University of Strathclyde (44.9%)
  • Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh (49.3%)
  • Leeds Arts University (49.6%)
  • Glasgow Caledonian University (51.8%)
  • King’s College London (52.9%)
  • University of the West of Scotland (52.9%)
  • City, University of London (53.7%)
  • University of Dundee (53.9%)
  • University of Glasgow (56.3%)
  • University of Stirling (57.9%)
  • Edinburgh Napier University (58.4%).

Acceptance Rates by Universities

Comparatively, the following University’s acceptance rate differentiate with others.

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