Your policies


When you receive an offer to study at Hartpury, it’s important that you put some time aside to read your policies and terms and conditions.

On this page, we’ve included information about:

  • Your offer
  • Course information
  • Terms and Conditions
  • Admissions policy
  • Tuition fees policy
  • Contextual Offer statement
  • Academic Regulations and Procedures
  • Complaints procedure
  • Intellectual property policy
  • Cancellation policy

We advise you read them carefully, in association with all other course information available on our website. This will help you make an informed decision about your course and university choice.

If there are any changes to this information, we’ll let you know before you enrol.

Your offer

If we offer you a place to study at Hartpury, you’ll receive an offer email. This will include a clear definition of the conditions of your offer. If you would like to receive this as a letter please contact our Admissions team at

Your policies and procedures

You'll find your important policies and procedures below. Read these alongside your course information, to decide if we're the right choice for you. 

We've put this handy summary document together to help you understand what's what.

Read summary of information 

Our Terms and Conditions are published on this page. These, together with the information published about your programme, form the basis of the relationship between you and Hartpury. If we make you an offer, it’s on the basis that in accepting your offer, you agree to our Terms and Conditions.

These form part of the contract between you and Hartpury. They apply from when you accept your offer, until you’re no longer an undergraduate student at Hartpury.

Read Terms and Conditions

This provides details about our approach to admissions and how we will manage your application.

Read Admissions policy

This policy applies to all students studying undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Hartpury. It sets out how the fees are calculated, any future increases you may be subject to, and any additional course-specific charges.

Read Tuition Fees policy

We strive to ensure our admissions processes promote fair access and equality of opportunity, and align with sector good practice. A Contextual Offer is an offer that recognises the potential of students whose personal circumstances may have restricted achievement at school or college.

Read Contextual Offer statement

You can view all of our policies and procedures on our policies page

This includes our Academic Regulations and Procedures, Complaints procedure and Intellectual Property policy.

Academic Regulations and Procedures
These regulations set out how degrees are delivered and what you can expect as a student.

Complaints procedure
This details the way that any complaint is managed (including timescales) who any complaint should be addressed to, the types of outcome and the appeals process.

Intellectual Property policy
Our Intellectual Property (IP) policy refers to the way we approach IP. Intellectual property refers to the ownership of an ideas, information and knowledge. In normal circumstances, any IP created by you during your studies will belong to you. There are some exceptions to this rule, often where an external organisation is involved.

View policies and procedures

You have the right to cancel your acceptance of our offer within 14 days of acceptance. You can notify us of your cancellation by using the electronic form below, emailing, or in writing. This right of cancellation can be used in conjunction with the UCAS process; it does not replace it. Students can also withdraw their application on UCAS Track.

View cancellation policy
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If you have any questions about any of the information we have sent you or anything on the website, please email Our friendly Admissions team will be happy to help.