The final deadline is 30 June, so there’s still plenty of time to submit your application. The sooner you send it, the sooner you will hear back and can plan your next step!
Ask yourself the following questions to give you a starting point:
- Which subject(s) do you enjoy studying?
- How long do you want to study for?
- Are you more theory or practical focused?
How to complete your UCAS application
Once you’ve registered here are the sections you’ll need to complete:
- Personal details – You and your contact information.
- Student finance – UCAS can share your details with the organisation you’re applying to.
- Course choices – you have five choices to play with.
- Education history – qualifications and predicted grades.
- Employment history – have you ever had a job or done any volunteering?
- Personal statement – this is where you show off.
- Referee & application fee – the final step before submitting your application.
Write your Personal Statement
Top tip: get a friend to just chat to you about why you want to study your course, what hobbies you take part in, why you have a part time job – and the list could go on. They can write notes, which can provide you with a starting point.
Your tutors are also there to help you with topic ideas for your personal statement.
We also have some tips for writing the perfect personal statement.
Go on a student-led tour
It’s not too late to visit the universities that you’re considering before the UCAS deadline. Have you thought about signing up for a student-led tour? This gives you the opportunity to explore the campus, accommodation, and ask any questions you still don’t have answers to.
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