Applying FAQs

Reapplying to university after dropping out

The process of reapplying to university is shrouded in mystery, and it can be difficult to find answers to some of the most important questions around this common situation. Here we provide simple answers for some of those most pressing questions for those looking to master university second time round.

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What to do if your grades are better than expected

Adjustment is an official UCAS process for those who have under-promised and over-delivered in terms of exam results. Adjustment gives you the opportunity to explore different courses which could become available to you, following the improvement in your grades.

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Applying to Study in the UK from Abroad

If you’re thinking about coming to the UK to study for your degree then you’ll be in good company. In fact, over 430,000 students come to the UK every year, from over 180 different countries.

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Applying to Study Abroad From the UK

Many universities run exchange programmes and offer their students the chance to study abroad for a year. However, if you don’t think a year is long enough, and you’d like to really immerse yourself in another culture during your time at university, it might be worth considering studying abroad.

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When can I apply for university?

You’ll be able to register from the summer before you intend to make your online application and the earliest you can submit a completed application is the September before you want to start university.

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What if I don’t get any offers?

If you’re prepared, you know what you want to do, and you have a top notch personal statement then you should have universities rushing to make you an offer.

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