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How to register HHP Plus applicants

All applicants must be registered before receiving an offer from UWE Bristol. Only HHP Plus partners can register new applicants.

Before you register a learner:

  • Do they have the potential to succeed at foundation or honours degree level?
  • Do they meet one or more of the scheme’s widening participation eligibility criteria?
  • Do they have the minimum academic requirements for the UWE Bristol course they have applied for?
    • This should include specified subjects or grades at A-Level/BTEC, GCSE subjects and grades.
    • For degree course, make sure predicted grades are within 12 UCAS tariff points of UWE Bristol's published offer information.
  • Have they completed all of their HHP Plus activities and produced a learning log to your satisfaction?
  • Has the learner given their consent to be registered as an HHP Plus Applicant with UWE Bristol?

Once you have confirmed the above, please register applicants as close as possible to the date they submit their UCAS application.


Individual or group registrations can be done using the online HHP Plus registration form.

For 20 registrants or more, please email recruitment.outreach@uwe.ac.uk to obtain the template to make multiple submissions securely.

Registration deadlines

  • To guarantee HHP Plus benefits, learners must be registered by the January UCAS deadline.
  • Registrations are possible after the UCAS January deadline; however, applicants must be registered before receiving an offer from UWE Bristol. HHP Plus benefits are not guaranteed.
  • Registrations after 1 April are only possible due to personal circumstances (formerly called extenuating circumstances). Email recruitment.outreach@uwe.ac.uk for advice.

Please note: HHP Plus registration is not possible for:

  • UWE Bristol applications via UCAS Extra, after the end of June, or through Clearing.
  • Students who have a firm or insurance offer from UWE Bristol after results have been published in August.

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