Admissions Noticeboard

Welcome to Homerton's Admissions Noticeboard.

Congratulations to all our offer holders for 2021 and 2022 deferred entry!

We have created this noticeboard to guide you through the admissions process as well as highlighting important information for you, the upcoming application dates and deadlines, and to keep you informed and updated on some of the communication which will be sent to you from now until joining the College.     

Information for Offer Holders

How to contact the Admissions Office at Homerton:
Please ensure that you always put the following information in the subject line of your email when writing to the Admissions Office
Lastname_Firstname_Course_UCAS ID (no dashes)

For a summary of the Application dates and deadlines from September 2020 to August 2021, please have a look here
As Homerton is currently closed to visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic, it will unfortunately not be possible to visit as an offer holder, in person until further notice.  If you have any questions, please email the Admissions Office, we are always happy to help and answer your questions. It is however possible to Visit Homerton Virtually, by taking a tour of the College with two of our current students and hearing all about their experiences of being a student at Homerton whilst showing you around the accommodation for first years, the College grounds and communal areas.There is also a video to watch which will give you a good insight into the College from a student/staff perspective.
Update on the Offer Holders Portal: All offer holders will be sent the link via email to access our Offer Holders Portal on Friday, 19 February. Here you will find all the information and resources you will need during the remainder of the admissions process and until joining the College. If you do not receive the email, please check your spam/junk/other folders in the first instance before getting in touch and we will re-send it to you.

Please have a look at the following pages for further helpful information, as applicable to you:

  • If your education has been significantly disrupted or disadvantaged, it may be appropriate for your school/college referee (or your doctor or social worker) to complete and submit an Extenuating Circumstances Form
  • If you have a disability, specific leaning difficulty, long-term health condition or mental health condition, we strongly encourage you to disclose this and provide any relevant information in your UCAS application.
  • If you have spent time in Local Authority Care in the UK.