Mr David Moyle BScEcon (Hons), University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Mr David Moyle

Assistant Registrar - Undergraduate Admissions

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David graduated from Aberystwyth University in 2004 with a BSc in International Politics & Strategic Studies.  After working at a local authority in Cheshire as an Economic Development Officer following his graduation, David returned to the University in 2005 and was appointed to the role of Schools & Colleges Liaison Assistant.  In 2007 he was appointed Schools & Colleges Liaison Manager and in 2016 became the Head of Schools Liaison and Undergraduate Admissions.  David is currently the Assistant Registrar for Undergraduate Admissions.  

David is a member of the University's Senate, Governance and Compliance Committee, Recruitment Action Group, UKVI Compliance Steering Group, AStRA Users Group and multiple Joint-Programme Boards.  He has chaired the University's Clearing Operations Group since 2008 and is a member of the UCAS Provider Advisory Group.


David is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Undergraduate Admissions Office.  The team's responsibilities include:

  • Delivering and contributing towards the development of the University's admissions policies and procedures;
  • Checking and assessment of undergraduate applications (domestic and international);
  • Processing of offers and associated communications with applicants;
  • Document verification (e.g. qualifications, English language, passports);
  • Fee status assessments;
  • Coordinating the University's annual undergraduate entry requirement strategy;
  • Providing information, advice and guidance to departmental admissions tutors;
  • Administration of undergraduate Confirmation for Acceptance of Studies (UKVI Tier 4) for international applicants;
  • Administration of the Confirmation and Clearing decision process;
  • Assessment of International qualifications;
  • Maintenance of the University's profile and course listing on UCAS;
  • Dealing with day-to-day enquiries from applicants, AU colleagues, agents and advisors;
  • Supporting on-campus recruitment events including Open Days, Visit Days and Online Open Days.