In2Surrey is the University of Surrey’s contextualised admissions and transition scheme, coordinated by the Widening Participation and Outreach Team. It is designed to support eligible students in their preparation for studying at the University of Surrey.

What are contextualised admissions?

The University of Surrey is committed to social mobility and believes, to have a diverse and representative society we must ensure all learners with the potential to succeed at University can do so regardless of their background or personal experience.

As part of this commitment to widening participation, we use contextualised admissions. This is where we use additional information, like socio-economic factors, to understand the context in which applicants have achieved their qualifications, enabling us to identify performance and potential.

You may be eligible for a contextual admissions offer if you are a UK domiciled student and meet the criteria.

What is the In2Surrey transition scheme?

In addition to a contextual offer, In2Surrey provides all eligible applicants with transitional support prior to enrolment at the University of Surrey. Taking place from June until October, applicants must select the University of Surrey as firm before receiving invitations to attend and access workshops, webinars and mentoring to further inform their preparations ahead of starting at university.

Frequently Asked Questions

Following the recent changes to In2Surrey, please read FAQs below: 

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Apply for In2Surrey

Applications for In2Surrey are now open until June 2022.