Are you planning to go to university this autumn? Today, 15th January is the UCAS deadline for most undergraduate courses for academic year 2018-2019.
Today, 23rd October is the final deadline for hopeful individuals who wish to attend uni this academic year 2017-2018 through the UCAS Clearing function.
It is the time of year again when students fight tooth and nail to beat the UCAS final deadline. Incoming freshmen who wish to attend university this academic year 2017 have a few more hours to submit their applications.
The dreaded A-Level results day has arrived for teenagers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. According to UCAS, about 416,310 students have been placed in universities and colleges, down 2% from 423,880 last year.
As Scottish Qualifications Authority results are released today, UCAS confirms that about 34,750 students have found their university place. This shows a 1% increase from last year’s scores of 34,620 in spite of a decrease in 18-year-old Scottish population. The entry rate of young individuals pursuing higher education is up by 21.7%, the highest in […]
This is for incoming students without a uni or college place yet and IB students waiting for their results.
Those eyeing to attend university for academic year 2017 need to be aware of the key UCAS dates. Staying on top of deadlines maximises chances of getting a university place.
If you are applying for university, it is wise to take note of the important UCAS dates. The last thing you want is wasting your time and effort because you have missed a deadline.
Today, 24th March is the UCAS deadline for some art and design applications for academic year 2017-2018. All applications must be submitted on or before 6 pm.
Applying to university is not an easy feat but the process is just part of the wonderful experience. Plus, there are a lot of opportunities given to applicants to get into their college or uni of choice.
We highly encourage upcoming undergraduate students to submit their applications on the 15th January deadline.
Find out the results done by a university union regarding the application system and how UCAS responded to this.
20th October is your ultimate deadline for those determined to attend university this academic year 2015-2016. This would be the last day for you to make UCAS Clearing Choices and for unis to make decisions.
The National Citizen Service (NCS) offers a fantastic and productive way for teenagers to spend their autumn half-term break. Their programme offers one-of-a-kind experience that mixes up adventure, education and values formation.
UK’s Oxford University and University of Cambridge are two of the best universities in the world. It is not a surprise why there is always an influx of applicants yearning to get in each year. Those planning to attend either of these unis in 2017 must submit their UCAS applications on or before 15th October.
The UCAS Clearing search option will be removed from the system on 30th September. Those who wish to apply through Clearing will need to directly contact universities to enquire about .
Now is the time to make a final push in submitting applications to universities for academic year 2016. All applications must be submitted on or before 6 pm today, 20th September.
Did you obtain better A-level grades and would like to reconsider your existing uni place, and look for another one? Yes, you do have this option if you have exceeded the conditions of your firm university through UCAS Adjustment.
The long wait is over for thousands of teenagers in the UK because today is A-level results day. Whatever the outcome is, students from England, Whales and Northern Ireland need to decide how they will move forward.
UCAS Clearing officially opens today, 16th August for students who still do not have a university place. This option is for those who haven’t received any offers or have failed to meet the conditions of the offers. Around 10,000 courses and an estimated 150,000 students are expected to go into Clearing this year.