UCAS stands for the ‘Universities and Colleges Admissions Service’.
Its the route to apply to undergraduate programs in United Kingdom colleges and universities. UCAS aims to help students apply to the selected universities and send the applications on their behalf. We also guide the student to make informed choices that are right for them, assisting them, as well as their parents and advisers, through the entire higher education application process and make sure the applications are passed within the deadlines.
Today, UCAS processes over 2.5 million applications every year, for some 650,000 prospective students across the UK and beyond: helping them gain access to more than 340 UK universities and colleges. To date, nearly all British higher education institutions are members of UCAS, all those wishing to study for undergraduate degrees in the UK must apply through UCAS. The aspiring students must submit a single application via UCAS’s website with a list of up to five courses for which they are applying. While the application is made, the selected five five choices are confidential during the application process so universities and colleges considering an application cannot see any of the candidate’s other choices.
We are the application centre of UCAS in New Delhi
Key Facts :-
What is in the exam
- UCAS provides you to apply for minimum of one to maximum of five universities.
- The application is required to be submit within the deadlines mentioned by UCAS.
- The application cost is 12 to apply to one course or 23 per student to apply to two or more courses to a maximum of five courses.
- Those who fail to obtain any offers, or elect to decline any offers they have received, UCAS offers the student an “extra” chance to apply to a sixth institution, in addition to the five the applicant initially applied to. This is an automatic process, which is advised only to eligible students.
UCAS dates for the applications of the year 2016