Before beginning your application, familiarising yourself with key UCAS deadlines is important. Some universities (Cambridge and Oxford) and courses (medicine, veterinary medicine and dentistry) have much earlier deadlines, and it is important you are fully aware of those which impact your application.
All UCAS deadlines for courses in the UK can be found below, but these are the key dates to become familiar with in the coming UCAS application cycle.
If you miss the January 31st deadline, do not worry; almost all UK universities accept international applications up to June 30th. Speak to an SI-UK India consultant to find out more.
Don’t worry! If you miss your required deadline, you can still submit a UCAS application that will get the attention of universities via Clearing or in January, the second-biggest intake for UK universities.
Applying to UK universities is fast and simple with SI-UK India. We can relieve the stress of applying alone by assisting with your university selection and ensuring you choose suitable courses.
The January intake is ideal for students who want to transfer courses, defer entry from September, or wish to start later in the academic year. Every year, over 10,000 courses are available for the January intake.
September is the main intake in the UK each academic year. As seen above, the traditional deadlines apply to September start programmes.
January 31st is the year's first deadline for undergraduate study, with the final deadline being 30th June. For medicine and dentistry programmes, the deadline is 16th October.
Deadlines follow the same calendar as undergraduate study, but postgraduate deadlines can vary. Contact an SI-UK consultant to find out the deadline for your desired course.
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