As an official UCAS centre, SI-UK will provide you with free, independent advice on how to submit a high-quality UCAS application. There are only five university choices available to students when filling in the application form, as well as over 60,000 courses at nearly 400 different institutions, meaning it is vital you understand the UCAS application process fully and choose the right institutions to apply to. SI-UK will:
Yes, you can apply to UCAS directly. However, you must ensure that your application is submitted error-free. If you need expert assistance whilst submitting your UCAS application, contact SI-UK India.
You can contact SI-UK, one of the official UCAS centres and we can help you submit your UCAS application.
You will need to pay the UCAS application fee, that is £22 for a single choice, or £26.50 for more than one choice.
You can apply to up to five different UK universities via UCAS.
There are many different UCAS Application deadlines depending on what course and level you wish to study. Generally, international and Indian students can submit their application up to June 30th each academic year.
If you received no offers from your five UCAS choices or changed your mind about which courses and institutions you wish to apply to, UCAS Extra allows you to add another choice to your application. UCAS Extra opens each February and lasts until July. If you still do not have an offer after the July deadline, you are eligible to enter UCAS Clearing.
UCAS Clearing is for domestic and international students who are unable to secure an offer from a UK university for three reasons:
Clearing starts on July 5 and ends on October 18.
Yes, clearing is available to Indian and international students.
Contact your university/college to find out if they have vacancies and how to apply for one. If you don’t meet their entry requirements, it's important that you let them know early on so you can see if there are any spaces available on the appropriate degree. If your course doesn't have any vacancies, you'll need to add Clearing choice when you apply. You can only add one clearing choice at a time.
Digging into the course details should be your priority rather than grabbing the first offer. While going through the course details, make sure you check the module thoroughly along with comparing course stats such as Student satisfaction scores, graduate employment rates, and average graduate salary. Also, don’t forget to relate the course with your initial choice to ensure it matches your interest.
SI-UK can track your UCAS application by entering the buzzword ‘UKApplication15’ when applying. Follow these simple steps to link your application to SI-UK.
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