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What is UCAS?
- The Universities and Colleges Admissions Services, often referred to as UCAS, is a U.K. based organisation that manages the application process for colleges and universities throughout the United Kingdom.
- UCAS processes over 2.5 million individual course applications every scholastic year, supporting both U.K.-based and worldwide understudies in applying to more than 300 different British organizations.
- Every understudy has the choice of applying for a limit of five courses at any five U.K. colleges. It is vital that cautious thought is given to every decision to guarantee the understudy has the most ideal possibility of getting a proposition.
What are the components of a UCAS application?
There are seven sections to the application:
- Student Personal Details.
- Additional information (for UK applicants only)
- Student finance arrangements (UK applicants only)
- Course Choices (up to five choices)
- Education History
- Employment History.
- Personal statement and Reference.
- Go to UCAS Portal to complete your above details