Here are all the key dates you need to know for submitting your university application.
Visit UCAS for their guidance on 2020 entry and beyond in light of Covid-19.
For some courses you may be required to attend an interview.
How will I receive an interview offer? In the post or online on UCAS track
How do I accept the invitation? Online on UCAS track click accept, decline or request an alternative date.
Get practising with All About Careers sample questions and AccessHE mock interview practice:
If you are considering applying for a creative course but you’re not sure where to start, have a read of AccessHE’s Creative Apply Guide. Created in partnership with the UK Arts and Designs Institutions Association, this comprehensive guide provides advice on different creative courses and pathways, advice on how to apply and the important deadline dates for different disciplines.
Are you considering a Higher or Degree Apprenticeship? See below for advice on where to find opportunities and how to apply.
Degree apprenticeships are a great way to earn while you learn and gain practical skills while obtaining a degree. The application process is slightly different to UCAS, therefore you will need to keep an eye out for when degree apprenticeship opportunities are advertised.
The application process depends on what programme you are applying for, but recruitment is usually led by the employer as a degree apprenticeship is essentially a job.
However, although in most cases the employer is responsible for the apprentice, the candidates must meet the requirements of the university. Therefore it is always best to check the individual requirements for each programme.
Office for Students provide the latest guidance on where to find the latest opportunities.
Application support for care leavers
UCAS page on support for care leavers
Application support for carers
UCAS page on personal statement support for carers
Application support for disabled students
UCAS page on applying to university if you are disabled, have learning difficulties or a mental health condition