We value real-world experience to prepare you for life beyond university. That’s why at Bedfordshire, you can take part in a range of relevant and exciting activities alongside your degree. There’s a whole host of opportunities available to boost your knowledge, develop your skills, and enhance your employability - from masterclasses, industry visits and internships, to Students' Union clubs, cultural visits and volunteering. You can now register to be a Clearing VIP and beat the Clearing rush.
To say welcome to the University and congratulations on your place, all UK and EU students will receive a £1,500 bursary.
If you receive 112 UCAS points or equivalent, you will be eligible for £2,400 scholarship to assist you with your time at Beds.
Fees can vary depending on whether you are applying for a Foundation Year or year one of your degree. Some courses may require you to pay some extra costs, for example, special clothing, such as dance shoes, or equipment, such as a portfolio for art work.
Five great reasons to live in University-endorsed accommodation.
1 Instant opportunity to make new friends
2 Safe and secure - with trained security staff on site 24/7, and fob and swipe card entry systems
3 All inclusive value – your rent covers all bills and contents insurance
4 Stay connected – free Wi-Fi in all rooms, helping you easily connect with people from home as well as your new friends
5 Village Life programme – regular events such as BBQs, movie nights and day trips
Discovering what it’s like at Beds is to experience it. We run campus tours during clearing between 10am and 4pm at Bedford campus and Luton campus.
Accommodation is guaranteed to all first-year students. Take a look around where you will be living when you start your studies.
Experience life at Beds.
1 What is Clearing?
Clearing is a process managed by UCAS that gives students the opportunity to find a course at university if they haven’t managed to secure one. If you haven't yet applied to university, you have changed your mind about your current course choice, or your circumstances have changed, then you can use Clearing to find alternative courses to study for September 2019.
2Do I have to apply through UCAS?
If you are a UK or EU student wanting to study an undergraduate degree or foundation year and already within UCAS, you must apply through UCAS. If you are not in the UCAS system, then you can apply direct to us from 5 July. If you are an international student you can apply directly to Beds by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
3I haven’t had my results yet but I'm interested in applying to Beds through Clearing, what do I need to do?
Chat to one of our advisors via phone or live chat to find out about your options.