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Both the UCAS application and the direct application form require you to state if you have a “relevant” criminal conviction if you are applying for a course that requires a DBS check. 

You can view our current Policy Procedure for Admission to Programmes Requiring DBS and from Candidates with Criminal Convictions on our Admissions Policies page.

Courses requiring a DBS check

If you are applying to do a course where a DBS is required - please check the individual entry requirements for your chosen course - you should select YES if you have ever had a conviction, even if it is spent.

Where indicated in the prospectus or throughout the website, specific programmes/courses may involve regular access to children and/or vulnerable adults, also known as regulated activity. Where this is the case, students will be legally required to undertake a DBS check. The University will send further instructions on undertaking a DBS check as part of the admissions process.

An introduction to the DBS checks can be found here.

The DBS Code of Practice can be found here.

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