Services for Students
Applying to study in the UK
If you are planning to study full time at undergraduate level in the UK, you will almost certainly need to apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
Postgraduate students generally make applications to study in the UK directly through the university or college concerned.
There are three ways of applying to UCAS:
For further details of each of these methods, and for more information on what happens after your application has been submitted, have a look at UKCOSAs 'Applying to Study through UCAS.' www.ukcosa.org.uk/images/ucas.pdf
You can request a UCAS application form and their guide for international students, from the following address:
UCAS Distribution Team, PO Box 130, Cheltenham
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.ucas.com/
You can also order a UCAS application pack online at: www.ucas.com/packreq/index.html
UK NARIC provides an advisory service for students who have to relate overseas academic qualifications to those awarded in the UK: www.naric.org.uk
The British Council runs an advisory service covering choices of course and institution: www.britishcouncil.org
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