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Established: 1850St Mary’s is a strong and welcoming community of students and staff and it is committed to the highest standards in teaching across the wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses we offer. In addition, it has a vibrant research culture and environment. Founded on Catholic values, it is an inclusive institution with a mission to provide students with an excellent education. St Mary’s lays the foundations for a successful life and career, while undertaking world-leading research and contributing to the community and wider society. Founded in 1850, St Mary's University has a long and distinguished history within Higher Education. From its original intake of just six students, St Mary’s has grown to around 6,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students across four academic schools and offers a wide range of degree programmes.
Undergraduate: Green Level Course: Minimum of 96 points of which 64 must include at least two C grades including any specific subjects mentioned on the programme pages. Red Level Course: Minimum of 104 points of which 72 must include at least a B and a C grade including any specific subjects mentioned on the course pages. Blue Level Course: Minimum of 112 points of which 80 must include at least two B grades including any specific subjects mentioned on the course pages. Remaining points can be made up of A Level and AS Grades including General Studies.
Postgraduate: Applicants to Masters programmes are normally required to have at least a second class honours degree from a UK university or equivalent qualification and/or professional interests and experience relevant to their chosen course, together with appropriate references. For additional entry requirements specific to individual courses, please see the course webpages. Candidates who do not have a first degree or relevant experience, but who nonetheless are considered to have the potential to successfully undertake Masters level study, may be required to register for an initial module or undertake a level three module to assess their suitability.