Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Applying to study in the UK

Applying to study in the UK is relatively easy and straightforward. Depending on your study level, there are different ways to apply - Through UCAS or directly to a UK institution. Entry requirements vary, but with the UK’s wide range of study options, you’re sure to find a course to suit your level.


The Important UCAS dates ahead

  • 30 June – closing date for international students outside of the EEA.
  • 20 July – if you sent your application by 30 June, UK institutions will send their decision to UCAS by this date.
  • 27 July - if UCAS receive decisions from your UK institutions by 20 July, you need to reply to any offers by this date. If you don’t, UCAS will decline offers on your behalf.

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