How to apply
To find out if you are eligible for the scheme, complete the Eligibility Form below (page 9 and 10 of the Brochure below). This can be printed and posted to us at:
Supported Progression, Access and Student Recruitment Office, The Palatine Building, Durham University, Stockton Road, Durham, DH1 3LE or handed in at an Information Evening
Alternatively, contact us on email@example.com or 0191 334 9125 and we'll send you a hard copy.
If you are eligible for the scheme, we will send you a Supported Progression Application Form to your home address. In the full Application Form you will get the opportunity through a supporting statement to outline your motivations for wanting to be part of the scheme, and your teacher will have an opportunity to write a reference demonstrating your potential, motivation to succeed and any personal circumstances which may have affected your performance so far.
The closing date for receipt of eligibility forms is 9th November 2012. Forms received after this date may not be considered. If you meet the eligibility criteria, we will send you full application forms by 26th November 2012.
Download the Eligibility Form
- 2012-13 Post-16 Brochure (last modified: 18 September 2012)
- Feedback on decisions can be provided upon request
- Under the Data Protection Act a request for feedback should come from the applicant or from someone that the applicant gives express and voluntary consent, in writing, to act on their behalf, such as a school adviser.
- The University does not provide feedback to parents unless the applicant has given prior, express and voluntary consent, in writing.
Complaints and Appeals Procedure:
- If an applicant has a query following the provision of feedback and is unable to resolve this informally, a complaint may be made. Complaints should be made under the University's complaints policy. A complaint is defined as a specific concern related to a procedural error, irregularity or mal-administration in the admissions procedures or policies.
- Appeals, defined as a request by an unsuccessful applicant for a formal review of the outcome of an admissions decision, will not be considered.
- Applicants will not be discriminated against in any further application should they request feedback, or make a complaint under the University's policies and procedures.
Access and Student Recruitment Office, The Palatine Building, Durham University, Stockton Road, Durham DH1 3LE