BBB. Students taking Mathematics are not considered, General Studies not considered
Merit overall, with core grade B from one of the following T Level courses:
- Maintenance, Installation and Repair for Engineering & Manufacturing
- Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control
- Design and Development for Engineering & manufacturing
Other T Levels are not considered
Minimum 6/B in GCSE Mathematics
Access to Higher Education
In Engineering, Combined Sciences (with at least 12 credits in either Chemistry or Physics), Chemical Sciences or Physical Sciences with 60 credits overall with at least 45 at Level 3 out of which 30 are at Distinction.
32 overall with 555 at Higher Level, Mathematics not considered.
BTEC and Cambridge Technical
BTEC and Cambridge Technical Extended Diplomas are considered on a case-by-case basis dependent on syllabus. A science-based subject is required.
DDD Extended Diploma in Engineering, Applied Science or Computing with entry test.
Others accepted alongside A Levels as above.
Applicants taking these qualifications are advised to contact the University before making an application.
Alternative offers through our Pathways to Birmingham programmes and our Contextual Offer scheme
Students who are eligible and successfully complete a Pathways to Birmingham programme will receive special consideration from admissions tutors and an alternative offer (typically two grades below the standard offer). In addition, our Contextual Offer Scheme recognises the potential of students whose personal circumstances may have restricted achievement in school or college. If you are eligible to benefit from the contextual offer scheme, you will receive an offer which is one grade lower than the standard offer.
Please note this course is only open to UK students. Overseas students may apply to one of our foundation pathways, which offer specially structured programmes for international students whose qualifications are not accepted for direct entry to UK universities. Further details can be found on Birmingham International Academy web pages.