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But wait… what is a UCAS application?

So, let’s break it down. Your UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) application is the online application for undergraduate courses at all mainstream UK universities and colleges, and applications are open between September and January.

You can apply for up to five courses, and these can be at either the same or at different universities; you can also apply for different courses at different universities if you want to.

There is also a fee for submitting a UCAS application, which is £20 if you only submit one choice, and £26 for multiple choices. The application itself is made up of sections, including personal details, student finance, course choices, qualifications, personal statement and referee’s statement, and we’ll tackle each one individually in a moment.

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