2007 V100 Entry Requirements Watch

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Aberdeen CCC
Aberystwyth 280 points
Anglia Ruskin 200 points (V140)
Bangor 220-260 points
Bath Spa 200-240 points
Birmingham AAB
Bolton 200 points
Bradford 240 points (VR19)
Bristol AAA-AAB
UWE, Bristol 240-300 points
Brunel 260 points
Cambridge AAA
Canterbury Christ Church CC
Cardiff AAB
Central Lancashire 220 points
Chester 300 points
Chichester 220-240 points
De Montfort 180-200 points
Derby 180-200 points
Dundee 300 points
Durham AAA
East Anglia 300-340 points
East London 160 points
Edge Hill 160 points (V101)
Edinburgh BBB
Essex 260-300 points
Exeter 340-360 points
Glamorgan 200-240 points
Glasgow ABB
Gloucestershire 200-280 points
Goldsmiths College, University of London BBB (V101)
Greenwich 160 points
Hertfordshire 200-240 points
Huddersfield 260-280 points
Hull 280 points
Kent 300 points
King’s College London AAA-AAB
Kingston 220-320 points
Lampeter 200-300 points
Lancaster ABB
Leeds AAB
Leeds Trinity and All Saints 160-240 points
Leeds Metropolitan 180 points
Leicester 300-320 points
Lincoln 220 points
Liverpool 340 points
Liverpool Hope 220 points
Liverpool John Moores 180-240 points
London Metropolitan 160 points
London School of Economics and Political Science ABB (V146)
Manchester AAA-AAB
Manchester Metropolitan 220 points
Newcastle Upon Tyne AAB
Newman College of Higher Education 160-240 points
Newport 200 points
Northampton 180-220 points
North East Wales Institute of Higher Education 120 points
Northumbria 260 points
Nottingham AAB
Nottingham Trent 240 points
Oxford AAA-AAB
Oxford Brookes BBB
Plymouth 200 points
Portsmouth 240-300 points
Queen Mary, University of London 320 points (V101)
Reading 300 points
Richmond, the International University in London 260 points
Roehampton 220 points
Royal Holloway, University of London 320-340 points
SOAS 280 points
Sheffield AAB-ABaa
Sheffield Hallam 240 points
St Martin's College, Lancaster; Ambleside; Carlisle; London 200 points
Southampton ABB
St Andrews AAB
St Mary’s College 160-200 points
Stirling BCC
University Campus Suffolk 120-180 points
Sunderland 160 points (V101)
Sussex AAB-BBB
Swansea 240-300 points
Teesside 140 points
University College London AAAe-AABe
University College London - School of Slavonic and East European Studies ABBe (V101)
Warwick AABc-ABBc
Westminster CCC
Wolverhampton 160-220 points
Winchester 220 points
Worcester 160 points
York AAB
York St John College 160 points

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Categorically
AAA (360 points)
Bristol
Cambridge
Durham
Exeter
King’s College London
Manchester
Oxford
University College London

AAB (340 points)
Birmingham
Cardiff
East Anglia
Leeds
Liverpool
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Nottingham
Royal Holloway, University of London
Sheffield
St Andrews
Sussex
Warwick
York

ABB (320 points)
Glasgow
Kingston
Lancaster
Leicester
London School of Economics and Political Science (V146)
Queen Mary, University of London (V101)
Southampton
University College London - School of Slavonic and East European Studies (V101)

BBB (300 points)
Chester
Dundee
Edinburgh
Essex
Goldsmiths College, University of London (V101)
Kent
Lampeter
Oxford Brookes (V101)
Portsmouth
Reading
Swansea
UWE, Bristol

BBC (280 points)
Aberystwyth
Gloucestershire
Huddersfield
Hull
SOAS

BCC (260 points)
Bangor
Brunel
Northumbria
Richmond, the International University in London
Stirling

CCC (240 points)
Aberdeen
Bath Spa
Bradford (VR19)
Chichester
Glamorgan
Herfordshire
Leeds Trinity and All Saints
Liverpool John Moores
Newman College of Higher Education
Nottingham Trent
Sheffield Hallam
Westminster

CCD (220 points)
Central Lancashire
Lincoln
Liverpool Hope
Manchester Metropolitan
Northampton
Roehampton
Winchester
Wolverhampton

CDD (200 points)
Anglia Ruskin (V140)
Bolton
De Montfort
Derby
Newport
Plymouth
St Martin's College, Lancaster; Ambleside; Carlisle; London
St Mary's College

DDD (180 points)
Leeds Metropolitan
University Campus Suffolk

DDE (160 points)
East London
Edge Hill (V101)
Greenwich
London Metropolitan
Sunderland (V101)
Worcester
York St John College

CC (160 points)
Canterbury Christ Church

DEE (140 points)
Teesside

EEE (120 points)
North East Wales Institute of Higher Education

NB. Each university is categorised by the highest grades (points) it demands.

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The Times Good University Guide's Top 20 Universities for History
1. Cambridge
2. Durham
3. Oxford
4. King's College London
5. LSE
6.= Warwick
6.= York
8. UCL
9. Royal Holloway
10. Sheffield
11. St Andrews
12. SOAS
13.= Leeds
13.= Bristol
15. Nottingham
16. Edinburgh
17. Keele
18. Exeter
19. Southampton
20. East Anglia

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The Guardian University Guide's Universities for History/History of Art (Guardian Score/100)
Metholodgy

Tariff 6
Cambridge (79.27)
Oxford (77.57)
LSE (75.73)
York (72.50)
UCL (72.03)
KCL (71.87)
Warwick (71.87)
Edinburgh (70.70)
Exeter (70.50)
St Andrews (69.87)
Bristol (68.87)
Manchester (68.00)
Aberdeen (67.13)
Durham (66.90)
Sheffield (66.53)
Birmingham (66.50)
Nottingham (65.83)
Hull (63.00)
Glasgow (61.93)

Tariff 5
Keele (64.90)
Cardiff (63.17)
Lancaster (62.80)
Southampton (60.83)
Dundee (60.63)
Stirling (60.63)
Reading (59.80)
Queen's University, Belfast (59.17)
Newcastle upon Tyne (57.83)
Strathclyde (55.80)

Tariff 4
Oxford Brookes (61.50)
Northumbria (61.33)
Bishop Grosseteste (61.23)
Aberystwyth (61.00)
Huddersfield (60.30)
Nottingham Trent (59.97)
Bangor (59.80)
Manchester Metropolitan (59.00)
Winchester (58.97)
Brighton (58.67)
Swansea (57.17)
Edge Hill College (51.17)
Salford (56.47)
University of the West of England (53.60)
Lincoln (53.37)
University of Central Lancashire (53.30)
Portsmouth (48.08)
Sheffield Hallam (44.93)

Tariff 3
Bath Spa (59.80)
University of Wales, Newport (59.70)
Liverpool Hope (58.23)
Glamorgan (58.17)
Northampton (58.10)
St Martin's College (57.97)
Chester (57.80)
Staffordshire (57.57)
Worcester (57.33)
Teesside (57.13)
Kingston (56.80)
Wolverhampton (55.67)
Derby (55.50)
Lampeter (53.77)
York St John College (53.63)
Greenwich (53.37)
North-East Wales Institute (52.70)
University College Chester (52.60)
Liverpool John Moores (51.10)
College of St Mark and St John (50.93)

Tariff 2
Bolton (59.67)
East London (54.12)

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Caveats
sebyevans: Don't forget a lot of the higher universities stipulate an A in History.

Peter:_The_Great: 98% of offers from Oxford are AAA or better. Those who get an AAB offer are usually very strong candidates applying post A-level.

Lizj: Durham will not make you an offer without at least 6 A*s at GCSE. It is not published by them but it is non negotiable.

thefin: Be very wary of the Edinburgh BBB.

Speaking from personal experience, FadeToBlackout, says, "Cambridge (and Ox too) treat on individual merits, and even if you miss the offer and get AAB you could still get in."
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You god, that's pretty useful.
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missed LSE off (ABB)
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missed LSE off (ABB)
Thanks for mentioning this. LSE's BA History has an entry code of V146, which is why I didn't initially include it. However, I shall amend the list to include it as, with 564 applicants for only 33 places in 2005, it looks like a popular choice!
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As you're listing universities according ot the highest grades they require, then Royal Holloway should be in the AAB group.
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Just a query, why is oxfords typical offer AAA-AAB has something changed this yr to warrant a slight drop in comparison with cambridge which is AAA (even tho some ppl to get AAB offers)
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Oxford's typical offer is AAA-AAB because, quite simply, that's what UCAS said. AAA offers, if I understand it correctly, are the commonest.

(Original post by Kew)
As you're listing universities according ot the highest grades they require, then Royal Holloway should be in the AAB group.
Thanks. I checked the web site and it said that a typical offer for 2006 was AAB. UCAS tells a slightly different story but I shall amend it as it makes more sense to put it in the higher category in light of that. Thank you! I do appreciate corrections!
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o ryt u had my hopes up for a minute. Finally queen mary uv put down for V101 well UCL offer V101 and onli giv out ABB offer
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(Original post by Lottie)
Thanks. I checked the web site and it said that a typical offer for 2006 was AAB. UCAS tells a slightly different story but I shall amend it as it makes more sense to put it in the higher category in light of that. Thank you! I do appreciate corrections!
On the UCAS site (for 2007 entry) it says 320-340 points...

Good idea for a thread, by the way!
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Could someone make like this for european students and international students? (I know, i am asking for tooooo much)
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Kew, I think I started to get clumsy the further down the list I went. There's probably a few more mistakes in there somewhere so please, if you notice any others, let me know! The more accurate this is, the more useful it will be!

Courses other than V100 are only listed when the university does not offer a V100 course or if the V100 course differs from the norm (i.e. four years due to an integrated foundation year).

UCL's V101 course has entry requirements of ABBe and is offered by the School of Slavonic and East European Studies. If you like, I could add it to the list under SSEES.

giwtis10, I think that would be quite difficult due to the vast differences in the qualifications offered by each country and the limited information available through UCAS for individual nations. The person who compiled such a list would probably have to look at the web sites of each university and list a variety of different qualifications (IB, German Abitur, French Baccalauréat, EB, AP/SAT II, etc.). I imagine comparatively few people would be interested in it too. I wish anyone who decides to make such a list the best of luck though!
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Don't forget a lot of the higher universities stipulate an A in History
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(Original post by Lottie)
Oxford's typical offer is AAA-AAB because, quite simply, that's what UCAS said. AAA offers, if I understand it correctly, are the commonest.
98% of offers from Oxford are AAA or better. Those who get an AAB offer are usually very strong candidates applying post A-level.
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giwtis10, I think that would be quite difficult due to the vast differences in the qualifications offered by each country and the limited information available through UCAS for individual nations. The person who compiled such a list would probably have to look at the web sites of each university and list a variety of different qualifications (IB, German Abitur, French Baccalauréat, EB, AP/SAT II, etc.). I imagine comparatively few people would be interested in it too. I wish anyone who decides to make such a list the best of luck though!
I understand...And when I find the time I will do it
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North East Wales Institute of Higher Education sounds prestigious, thats my first choice sorted
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Crikey, Kingston at ABB
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Thanks a lot - I was going to ask which unis asked AAB-BBB in History (I need to find some with lower offers and not completely fall in love with the AAA ones), but you've done it for me
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The thread is missing Oxford Brookes and Salford as far as I'm aware, aside from that; good job
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Why do some universities want 'A' level history and not others?
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(Original post by NickiM)
Thanks a lot - I was going to ask which unis asked AAB-BBB in History (I need to find some with lower offers and not completely fall in love with the AAA ones), but you've done it for me
Gah. I need to find a university in that range too though I'm applying for Modern History & Politics. I'm planning on applying to Durham, Manchester, Oxford & Warwick (AAA-AAB) and Swansea (BBB). If Birmingham required ABB, it would be the perfect contender for the sixth space but I suspect it's a little risky applying there when the others I'm applying to ask for such high grades. I don't really like the others lower down the list though! I'd apply to LSE but it's just as competitive as the ones I'm aiming for at the moment so it defeats the purpose. Guh. I just want to apply somewhere I'm likely to be accepted! Which one are you considering?

Edit Salford doesn't seem to offer a single honours History degree.
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