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I only made four choices because I applied for medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine or veterinary science courses, and I’ve …
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What are minimum entry requirements in Scotland and how might they affect me?
What are the entry requirements for postgraduate study?
What are the fees for postgraduate degrees?
I have a learning difference which hasn’t been formally diagnosed but I have received support in the past – …
I am still waiting for a decision from at least one of my choices – is this normal?
What does ‘being in care’ mean?
Moving to and living in the UK
Most universities provide a range of activities to help you settle into UK life. Here are some tips about moving to and living in the UK.
FAQs for international students
Thinking about postgraduate study in the UK can give international students a lot to consider. To help, here are answers to the most common questions.
Choosing a bank account
There are lots of different student accounts with different deals and benefits – make sure you look around to find the best one for you.
Facts about A levels: recent changes, subjects and grades, who they are for and what you can do afterwards.
As well as a student loan, there’s other financial support available from a range of sources. Find out more about funding your undergraduate course.
Undergraduate tuition fees and student loans
How much are tuition fees and how are you going to pay for them? Find out how to fund your studies and how to apply here.
Personal statement advice: veterinary medicine
The competition is tough for aspiring vets – so along with good grades, you'll need an impressive personal statement that sets you apart from the crowd. Here's how to do it.
Supporting refugees, asylum seekers, and those with limited leave to remain in the UK
It can be very difficult to understand how to support refugees, asylum seekers, and students with limited leave to remain in the UK, especially if their immigration status is insecure or due to change. We have worked with expert organisations, including STAR Network, Refugee Education UK and We Belong to help clarify what you can do to help and support young students' aspirations for higher education.
Maisy, Level 6 software engineering apprentice
Maisy Sinclair is in her third year of a four-year degree apprenticeship in software engineering, in digital partnership with PwC and Queen's University Belfast.
How to prepare for a uni interview
Is there one UK university you would love to study at? Or have you found the perfect course for you? Then getting the grades might not be enough. They may want you to attend an interview or submit your work to see if you are the right kind of student!
How to open a UK bank account
As an international student one of the most important things you will need to sort out is opening a UK bank account. This can sometimes be a lengthy and complicated process so here are the things you will need to understand to get this off your “to do list” fast!
Lessons learned from August's UCAS Media insight newsletter
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UCAS17 Aug 2021, 08:09
Ticking the Box – How we use the information about care experience at Kingston University.
Beth Taswell 10 Nov 2020, 08:20
Nine money saving tips to cut the cost of your food shop
money.co.uk29 May 2020, 15:32
Green Career Options for a Brighter Future
UCAS24 Feb 2020, 09:09
Developing the future generation
UCAS14 Nov 2019, 09:30
Preparing for uni life
Tobi Ogunjemilua20 Nov 2018, 16:38
How to prepare for your conservatoire audition
UCAS14 Nov 2018, 12:43
Tips for international students studying in London
27 Nov 2017, 16:10
The delights of budgeting
Enia20 Nov 2017, 09:56
Getting ready for Christmas on a student budget
money.co.uk10 Nov 2017, 12:20
Getting behaviour right from the start – Tom Bennett
Tom Bennett2 Jun 2017, 14:14
Common myths about the brain and learning – James Williams
James Williams17 Mar 2017, 15:15
2016 cycle applicant figures (interim) – May
This statistical release reports interim applicant totals in the 2016 UCAS Undergraduate application cycle as at Monday 16 May 2016.
2016 cycle applicant figures - April
This statistical release reports interim applicant totals in the 2016 UCAS application cycle as at Monday 18 April 2016.
2016 cycle applicant figures - February
This statistical release reports interim applicant totals in the 2016 UCAS application cycle as at Monday 15 February 2016.
2016 cycle applicant figures - December
This statistical release reports interim applicant totals in the 2016 UCAS application cycle as at Monday 21 December
Scotland - Choosing the right course for you
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