UCAS


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UCAS

(ˈjuːkæs)
(in Britain) n acronym for
(Education) Universities and Colleges Admissions Service
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Deadlines vary between institutions - you can check individual deadlines on the institution's website - however, applications for the majority of undergraduate courses should arrive with UCAS by 6pm (UK time) on January 15.
If you are seeking a place via clearing you need to check out the vacancies on the UCAS website and make contact with the universities that interest you.
Here is the advice issued by UCAS if you are wondering what happens next to get a place on a course.
Helen Thorne, director of policy and research at UCAS, said: "There'll be thousands of courses available in clearing this year - perhaps in subjects students might not have necessarily considered, and the scheme remains open until the end of September.
If you made just one choice on your UCAS application, you can also pay another PS11 in order to apply to other universities and colleges through Clearing, which is operating from today and continues until September 20, 2013 - the cut-off date for all applications.
If you made just one choice on your UCAS application, you can also pay another pounds 11 in order to apply to other universities and colleges through Clearing.
After you have sent your chosen university or college your Clearing passport, they will then tell UCAS that you have accepted the offer.
This is Beth''s ninth year of clearing since she joined UCAS and she''ll do her best to answer all questions about university and the clearing process.
And two in five students had fewer than 80 UCAS points, the equivalent of 2 E grades at A-level, double the number in 2003, according to a study by the Higher Education Policy Institute.
UCAS Track is available from the morning of results day.
If applicants are borderline, a decision can sometimes take longer to be reached as tutors and admissions officers review the applicant's UCAS form again to see if a place can be offered.
The Navy sees the UCAS in the vein of the EA-18G Growler and the E-2B Hawkeye--as a specialized support plane flying intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions, says Work.