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Where is Hartpury?

Hartpury University is a beautiful, rural 360 hectare campus in Gloucester, Gloucestershire. Located in the south west of England, our campus is just 15 minutes away from the closest city, Gloucester, and 20 minutes away from Cheltenham. Students can also travel to other major cities such as Bristol and Cardiff in under an hour and we are just two hours from London.

What courses are offered?

Hartpury University offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Agriculture, Sport, Equine and Animal subjects, as well as Bio-Veterinary Science.

Is accommodation onsite?

All first year students are guaranteed a place in Hartpury-managed accommodation. Hartpury has accommodation onsite for university students, and also offers managed accommodation off site.

Entry requirements 

If you would like any country-specific information, please contact our international team who can assist with entry requirement information. You can also view general entry requirements via the course pages on the website.

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What is your processing time for applications? 

Under normal circumstances, we expect to respond within 10 working days of receiving an application, provided you or the student has supplied all of the documents required.

Please note that during peak periods, processing times for offers may vary and complete applications can be processed much faster.

If you would like more information on the status of a student's application, please email our Admissions team. If in doubt, please copy in the International team who can follow up if required.

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What is your deadline for international applications?

We do not have set deadlines for applications, however we can advise that the end of July is the latest we would likely be able to process an international application requiring a Student Visa. We highly recommend international students apply as early as possible.

How do I submit an international application?

If you are a registered agent, you can submit an undergraduate application through UCAS and a postgraduate application online via the course page. You will then need to email our international team with signed authorisation from the student, stating that they have agreed for you to act on their behalf. If you are not yet a registered agent, please refer to our 'becoming a new agent' section on the website.

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What is the tuition fee payment process? 

You can find more information about international tuition fees here.

Applicants will only be asked to pay their tuition fee deposit (minimum of 50% of the first year tuition fee) once they have met all the conditions stipulated in their offer letter and been invited to submit payment.

Do you offer scholarships for international students? 

Yes, we do. We offer a range of scholarships to support international students. Find out more about scholarships here.

International fees and scholarships