What is a Criminal Records Declaration?


UCAS ask that any relevant criminal convictions be declared on the application form.

If you declare a conviction, it will not be taken in to account during the selection process. If an offer is to be made to you, it will be at that stage that you will be required to provide information regarding the nature of the conviction and your suitability for admission will be assessed by an identified panel.

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