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How to apply for undergraduate courses

 

Applying to university is a big moment in your life but one that can provide a fantastic platform on which to build your career.

To give you a helping hand we’ve created UoC Life, a series of resources to assist you through the UCAS application process, featuring useful guides and advice on how to make a strong application.

APPLICATION PROCESS

 

Step 1 - Find your course

We offer courses in a range of subjects, from Acting to Zoology. Browse our course list and decide which course you would like to take.

 

Step 2 - Apply through UCAS

All full-time undergraduate applications should be made on www.ucas.com, it is advised to apply before 15 January to secure your place. 

You can apply for up to five courses at a time. The UCAS application costs £13 for a single choice and £24 for 2-5 choices. Although the main deadline is 15 January, there are still additional application periods throughout the year until Clearing in August.

 

Step 3 - Come for an interview or audition

Some of our courses, such as healthcare, teaching, policing and arts, require an interview or an audition. Our admissions team will get in touch with more information if you need to come for an interview.

 

Step 4 - Accept your offer

If we decide to offer you a place, you will receive email notification from admissions with any conditions you need to meet. You will need to accept this offer on UCAS.

 

How to Apply Guide

Zoe and Jo talk about their experiences

Meet Zoe Butler and Jo Davison former UoC students as they offer advice on applying to university and how to best sell yourself in your personal statement.

 

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