What is The Potential High Achievers Scheme?
In the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics we recognise that our students are the future of the growing computing and electronics industry. We know that our applicants will thrive in the hands-on environment we can provide, and we want to ensure our best applicants become our future.
- Are you a high achieving student? Are you being predicted top grades?
- Can you demonstrate your motivation and do you want to succeed in our world?
- Do you want to secure your future at university?
The Potential High Achievers Scheme is now open for students who have applied to study, from September 2018, a range of full-time undergraduate courses within the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics. We will be contacting applicants who are not only on course to achieve top marks but who have an outstanding personal statement, in order to offer them a chance to receive an unconditional offer immediately.
If you have received an offer from the University and a letter from the Head of School offering you the opportunity to make this an unconditional offer it is because we believe that you have the potential that we are seeking in our Potential High Achievers Scheme.
All you need to do is make the University of Plymouth your first choice on UCAS. As recognition of the potential we think you have we will then change your offer to unconditional. Your place at the University of Plymouth will then be confirmed and you can go ahead and make arrangements for your accommodation and plan your move to Plymouth in September.