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UCAS Application Deadline 15 January 2014 DEADLINE CHECKLIST

REMINDER! Don’t miss the UCAS deadline on 15 January! Use our comprehensive checklist to make sure you’re on track and have prepared all the relevant info you’ll need to apply to the college or university of your dreams! By KATE NEWTON   15th January 2014: this is the absolute, final deadline for applying for the majority of courses (The deadline ... Read More »

What is a personal statement?

BY Charlotte O’Neill The personal statement is a very important part of your UCAS application. Alongside information about your grades, work experience, and references from your teachers, you will be required to write a 47 line – or 4000 character – piece of writing. This explains why you feel you should be given an offer by the universities/colleges you have ... Read More »

Getting the most from your UCAS application

Trying to choose a path for your future can be daunting so it’s important to make the entire process as simple and stress free as possible by understanding the different aspects of your UCAS application.  BY EMILY GENTRY One very important part of your UCAS application is a reference, as your application can not be sent off without one. In ... Read More »

What is UCAS?

For those about to take the path to higher education, UCAS may seem like little more than a mysterious abbreviation. Here we explain what UCAS is, the processes involved, and the services they can provide for you. BY Charlotte O’Neill and Amy Kelly UCAS stands for Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. It is the organisation responsible for managing applications to ... Read More »

What you need to do for UCAS Clearing

Our clear and simple six point guide to university clearing through UCAS. Talk to a careers advisor at your school, college or local careers office to get help deciding which courses and subjects would be right for you. Look at the course vacancies. Official vacancy lists are published on the UCAS website and in The Telegraph newspaper. Things change very quickly so ... Read More »

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