UCAS is an online application service, that you can use to apply to universities. If you’re an international or EU student, you can either apply via UCAS, or apply directly to us through our application portal. More information can be found on our international and country specific pages.
You usually need to get your application to UCAS by 15 January of the year you intend to start. However, for September 2021 entry, this deadline has been extended.
Following the Government announcement to close schools and colleges in response to Covid-19, UCAS have released a statement in regards to the UCAS application deadline, otherwise known as the equal consideration deadline. Details are as follows.
Students who wish to apply and start university in September 2021, now have a further two weeks to do so. Your application deadline is now Friday 29 January at 18:00pm (UK time). This allows both yourself and teachers/advisers additional time to complete applications and references. If you apply after this date, you will be considered a ‘late application’, but please contact us anyway to see if we still have vacancies available for the course you are interested in.
If you have any questions or would like further information on this change, please visit the UCAS website.
For more information about the University, you can chat now to one of our current students or lecturers. As well as this we have a range of blogs offering you a behind the scenes insight into life at Bucks and application advice.
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