If you decide to accept your offer, a contract will be formed between you and the RAU. Your rights and obligations to the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) and the RAU’s obligations to you under that contract are set out in the documents listed below which form the terms and conditions of your student contract.
- Your offer letter
- Terms and conditions of your offer - taught courses 2022/23 entry
- The Admissions Policy
- Guaranteed Offer Scheme 2022
- The University’s Student Protection Plan
- Programme requirements and specifications
- Registration documentation (made available at the point of the online self-registration process)
The Registration documents are: Induction week timetable, Student Handbook and programme timetable. These documents are made available as part of the registration process. Timetabling information in general is made available closer to registration. The Student Handbook is released in late August for the new academic year (click here to view the current Student Handbook).
UCAS applicants should now be able to see their offer via the UCAS Track facility.
Direct entry applicants e.g. for undergraduate part-time on degree programmes can see progress of their application on myRAU.
- If you accept a conditional offer it will remain at this stage until all of the respective conditions have been met
- Applicants with an unconditional offer will have met all conditions required for the course
- Applicants wishing to defer their offer must have satisfied all conditions by 31 August 2022 in order for a place to be reserved for you in September 2023 (N.B. Due to Covid-19 extensions may be possible. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss)
Once you receive an offer from the RAU you'll be able to log into myRAU. Your username will be your eight digit student number which is printed at the top of your offer letter and your password will be your date of birth in the formal ddmmyyyy. You'll be invited to change your password on your first visit.
Conditions of your offer
Your offer is based on the information you provided on your UCAS/direct entry application form. It is your responsibility to provide official evidence of your qualifications.