The admissions process of UKCBC is both competitive and selective as per the requirements of the awarding bodies, other regulatory bodies and the admissions policy of the college. It is the responsibility of the admissions office to ensure that the educational standards are met consistently and fairly.

Individuals will not be offered a place with UKCBC if the admissions team find that they are not suitable for their chosen course. Those who are denied admission and wish to appeal against the decision can make a formal appeal to the admissions office requesting that their application be reconsidered.

An appeal can be submitted under various circumstances; when individuals find that their academic credentials (scores and/or grades) have significantly changed, or if they have forgotten to send relevant documentation or that such documentation may not have been received by the admissions office, or if they believe that there was an error made in their application/initial assessment process.

An appeal may be made either in writing to the admissions office – Appeals at UKCBC’s head office, with any supportive documentation/evidence, or via email to, with attachments, where appropriate.

Submitting an Appeal

1) All appeals must be submitted within seven working days from the notification of the application refusal.

2) Individuals are permitted to submit only one appeal per admission term.

3) Any appeal submitted by hard-copy letter must bear the date and the signature of the student.

4) The appeal should be clear and concise, pointing out the importance of something the individual feels that the admissions team missed out while assessing the application initially.

5) An individual may provide any relevant additional documentation in support of his/her original application.

6) If the individual’s conduct with the college is non-satisfactory, the appeal will be refused automatically.

7) When an appeal is submitted, our admissions team will re-examine the individual’s application file, appeal request and other supporting documents when reviewing the initial decision.

8) The individual may not need to meet any admissions staff after submitting the appeal or while the appeal is under process, unless being called for a meeting by the team.

9) Individuals will be notified of the decision/outcome of the appeal within seven working days from the date of appeal.

10) There is no guarantee that the appeal will result in the original decision being overturned.

11) If an appeal outcome is positive and it falls after the course commencement of the respective intake, the applicant will be moved onto a waiting list, for the next available intake.

12) An appellant will be notified of the appeal decision formally via the correspondence address specified in the appeal documentation.