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If you need to contact us, there are different ways you can do this.
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It #039;s important to choose a course or training programme that #039;s right for you.
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How to write your personal statement.
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Find out what happens after you submit your application to UCAS.
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If you #039;ve used all five choices and you #039;re not holding any offers, read about our Extra service.
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Interviews and auditions
Guidance for when you have been invited to an interview or audition.
Guidance for when you have been invited to an interview or audition.
Interviews and auditions help course tutors to compare applicants before deciding who to make offers to. Whether you're invited to an interview or audition varies across courses and course providers.
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Making changes to your application
You can make some changes in Track yourself, but need to call us to make others.
You can make some changes in Track yourself, but need to call us to make others.
You can change your address, phone number, and email address in Track. Other changes, such as course choices, can only be made by contacting either us or the course provider. Some changes have a time limit too.
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Replying to your offers
You can only reply once you #039;ve received decisions from all your choices.
You can only reply once you #039;ve received decisions from all your choices.
You'll need to decide which of your offers to accept and which to decline. There are different types of offers and different replies you can make to them.
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Decisions on your application
We explain the different decisions you may receive from course providers.
We explain the different decisions you may receive from course providers.
Once a course provider has considered your application, it will make a decision which will be shown in Track. Find out about the different types of decisions you may get and what they mean.
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Student finance and funding
You can apply for loans to help with your tuition fees and living costs.
You can apply for loans to help with your tuition fees and living costs.
If you鈥檙e not sure how to pay for your studies, don鈥檛 worry 鈥 there鈥檚 a wide range of options available to help you. UCAS only manages the application fee, but we鈥檒l explain all the other costs here.
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Student loans
How to fund your studies.
How to fund your studies.
Higher education is a big investment, so you may need a student loan. You might be eligible for extra funding from other organisations too.
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Alternatives to higher education
Undecided about uni? There are other options to think about.
Undecided about uni? There are other options to think about.
You could take a gap year, do an apprenticeship, traineeship, study overseas, work, or volunteer.
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What are my options?
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Explore jobs with UCAS Progress
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Explore jobs and careers
Find out more about hundreds of different jobs and careers.
Find out more about hundreds of different jobs and careers.
How to find a job
UCAS article
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Mature Student? It鈥檚 not too late
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Preparing for your studies
Things you need to think about before starting your course.
Things you need to think about before starting your course.
There are a few productive things you can be doing right now to prepare for starting your studies.
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Preparing for higher education
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Student finance for postgraduate loans
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Care leavers
There #039;s lots of support if you #039;re a care leaver applying to higher education.
There #039;s lots of support if you #039;re a care leaver applying to higher education.
You could get financial support and advice, and help settling in to higher education and accommodation, all year round.
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International and EU students
Specific information and advice if you are applying from outside the UK.
Specific information and advice if you are applying from outside the UK.
UK universities, colleges, and conservatoires are diverse, multicultural, creative, and welcoming, with top quality teaching, improved English language skills, and great career prospects. Over 430,000 international students study here every year, from over 180 countries. We give you all the information you need to apply for higher education in the UK, and explain the different rules for UK, EU and international students.
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Mature students
Get started on what to study, when to apply, and how to get a place as a mature student.
Get started on what to study, when to apply, and how to get a place as a mature student.
Every year, thousands of adults go into higher education. It's a great chance to develop new skills and career options 鈥 at any age. Mature students are anyone over the age of 21 who didn't go to university after school or college. Some might have taken gap years to volunteer and travel, while 40% of mature students are over 30 and have had work, mortgage, or family responsibilities. There are many ways you can experience higher education. Around a third of undergraduates are mature students 鈥 of all ages and backgrounds.
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Disabled students
Further and higher education are inclusive environments, with support available to help you study.
Further and higher education are inclusive environments, with support available to help you study.
Course providers welcome tens of thousands of disabled students each year, meaning there's already lots of on-campus support available. Contact your chosen course provider as early as possible to discuss what you might need.
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Fidget Spinners 鈥 Genius or time waster?
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Case studies
Read about students #039; higher education journeys.
Read about students #039; higher education journeys.
Do you need to take an English test to study at university in the UK?
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Explore jobs with UCAS Progress
UCAS article
Teacher training: three things to consider before you apply
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Astudio yn y Gymraeg
Cyfleon pan fyddwch yn astudio yn Gymraeg.
Cyfleon pan fyddwch yn astudio yn Gymraeg.
Gall astudio addysg uwch yn y Gymraeg gynnig nifer o ddewisiadau gyrfa i chi 鈥 yng Nghymru a thu hwnt. Mae mwy a mwy o sefydliadau鈥檔 sylweddoli manteision cyflogi graddedigion sy鈥檔 gallu cyfathrebu yn y Gymraeg a鈥檙 Saesneg, ac os mai鈥檙 Gymraeg yw eich iaith gyntaf neu eich ail iaith, mae digonedd o bosibiliadau ar eich cyfer.
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Getting student support
How to find financial and social support.
How to find financial and social support.
If you have any problems, don鈥檛 worry 鈥 there will be plenty of people you can talk to.
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Flexible or part-time study
There are different study types to suit busy lifestyles.
There are different study types to suit busy lifestyles.
There are so many variables 鈥 it鈥檚 all about studying in a way that suits you. Explore the different options, then search for the different kinds of study you're interested in. Some courses you can search for on ucas.com alongside the full-time courses, while others you鈥檇 discuss directly with the course providers you鈥檙e interested in.
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Managing money
Guidance on the best ways to manage your money during your studies.
Guidance on the best ways to manage your money during your studies.
Many students wonder how they鈥檒l afford everything during their studies. There鈥檚 a lot to handle 鈥 from tuition fees and accommodation, to food, course materials, and a social life.
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Exhibitions and open days
Find out more about universities and courses at UCAS exhibitions and university open days.
Find out more about universities and courses at UCAS exhibitions and university open days.
Come and speak to universities, colleges, UCAS, and many other interesting organisations at our exhibitions. They鈥檙e big events and we hold over 50 all over the UK. They're a great chance to help you figure out what to study, or to find student deals and careers info. Attend university open days to really get a feel for where you could be living and studying, and get answers to any questions you may have.
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UCAS blogs
Our bloggers share their higher education experiences with you.
Our bloggers share their higher education experiences with you.
Teacher training: three things to consider before you apply
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Do you need to take an English test to study at university in the UK?
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Top reasons why Clearing could be life-changing
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Find career ideas
There #039;s a range of options if you #039;re interested in heading straight into the world of work.
There #039;s a range of options if you #039;re interested in heading straight into the world of work.
You could get a part-time or full-time job, take on voluntary work, or set up your own business.
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Options after your GCSEs or Nationals
Find out about study or work after your GCSEs or Nationals.
Find out about study or work after your GCSEs or Nationals.
There are many options open to you when you finish your GCSEs or Nationals. You could choose to carry on studying some subjects you like, or take vocational qualifications or an apprenticeship.
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Graduate jobs and internships
Find a job either while you #039;re studying or after you graduate.
Find a job either while you #039;re studying or after you graduate.
Whether you鈥檙e looking to apply for jobs or internships now, or are doing some early research into what鈥檚 available, our career finder tool provides information and advice about researching and applying for these opportunities, as well as a comprehensive listing of vacancies in a wide range of industries and brands that are recruiting now.
UCAS鈥 career finder service is a single destination for those looking for work and training opportunities; jobs from hundreds of brands that are actively recruiting now. This service supports those who are considering alternative options post-18, as well as those looking at graduate opportunities.
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Clearing information amp; places available
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Parents and guardians
Practical advice to support your son or daughter through the application cycle.
Practical advice to support your son or daughter through the application cycle.
We provide advice, guidance, and all the information you'll need to help your son or daughter through their application journey and beyond.
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Parent Guide 2018
Parents #039; guide to UCAS
Top ten student money tips
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How to get the very best out of your education
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How to find a job
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Web chats
Your questions answered by experts.
Your questions answered by experts.
How to find a job
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