The final (and possibly most important) thing to sort out is your accommodation. Arriving in a new country and having nowhere to live isn't going to be a good start to your life at university so it's vital that you arrange a place to stay beforehand, whether that means booking a room at a hotel for the first few days or securing a place in university-owned accommodation.
If you wish to apply for university accommodation, you will need to supply your CAS letter. However, if you would prefer to secure accommodation earlier, you can apply for private accommodation without a CAS letter.
Read our accommodation pages for further details on the available university halls of residence and the private tenancy opportunities.