All York St John
University applicants must have their qualifications verified.
We often request confirmation of ALL the qualifications that have
been listed on an application form as applications are assessed
holistically and offers made based on ALL your qualifications.
Notably, the University has minimum requirements of
GCSE's and level 3 qualifications and these need to be
confirmed as well.
qualifications can be done through the following methods:
UCAS verified qualifications for results gained in the year of
- Production of original certificates, these can be brought in
person to the University or alternatively sent via recorded mail
to: Admissions, York St John University, Lord Mayor's Walk,
York, YO31 7EX
- Notification directly from the awarding body, school or college
exams officer to firstname.lastname@example.org or by
post, including the name and application ID number of the
applicant. We recommend you use recorded delivery if posting
certificates and we will return all certificates by the same
method the next working day.
We cannot accept
photocopies of original certificates or results slips which say
'This is not a certificate' at the bottom, such as:
DBS and Medicals
These need to be completed and returned by the deadline given in
your offer. Failure to return completed forms before the deadline
may lead to your place being withdrawn.
For more information see DBS and
School based experience
Applicants may be asked to complete additional school based
experience as a condition of an offer and are required to
evidence this by getting a representative from the school to write
or email Admissions directly, confirming the applicants attendance
in the school.
QTS Skills Tests
For ITT courses, if you have not passed the QTS
Skills Tests at time of your interview, any offer made
you will be conditional passing them. You will be asked to
pass them by the following deadlines:
Undergraduate - specific to your offer - see
PGCE 2016 start -
specific to your offer - see
We advise you to pass the tests as soon as you can. More
information about QTS
Skills Test can be found here