Study Abroad in UK by Applying via UCAS
- October 9, 2018
- Posted by: administrator
- Category: UCAS application
If you have decided to study at a university in the United Kingdom, we indicate that studying in England is easier than you think. This is because there are no access tests as we have the selectivity. In the UK, what is required is that you have good grades in high school (mainly in the first year) and also certify that you have a decent level of English (6 out of 9 on the IELTS exam).
The admissions process for undergraduate students is centralized in the Universities & Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Once you know the course you want to study you must register online at the following link, where you can request up to five different courses.
After the baccalaureate, to study in English university, it is necessary to apply by the centralized registration site UCAS. After a bachelor’s degree, French students can apply to English universities to complete a Bachelor’s degree in three or four years. The Bachelor in England is the equivalent of our license in France. It is a diploma of state, recognized everywhere in Europe and allows to continue its studies in Master.
All UCAS applications for English bachelors are centralized by the UCAS website.
Study abroad consultants accompany the student and his family throughout the UCAS application process.
What are the UCAS?
The Admissions Service for Universities and Colleges (UCAS) is a platform in the United Kingdom for undergraduate studies and high-level diplomas that allows applicants to directly access these opportunities.
If you are considering studying the first degrees in the United Kingdom you must apply through the UCAS. Applicants submit a single application through the UCAS website with a list of up to five courses for which they are sending the application, without order of preference. They must be done in mid-January of the year in which the student wishes to start university. Through this system the applicant can track and know the status of their requests at all times.
Recommendations for the application for admission through UCAS
The institutions attached to the UCAS system are recognized by the government of the United Kingdom. In some cases they offer third-party courses that have been validated by British universities and in turn recognized by the government.
You can choose to take your application on your own, or through your school, institute, university or other academic representative.
All international students who submit their application through UCAS will be treated fairly according to UCAS procedures and standards.
Make sure you meet all the requirements and documentation for admission. Some courses, for example, require a certain level of English or a visa to study in the United Kingdom. In certain cases a sworn translation of official documents will be requested.
When submitting the application it is necessary to write your cover letter in English, between a maximum of 4,000 characters or 47 lines of text. It is very important to check the spelling and grammar well. An error will give a very bad impression so we advise you to use a professional to avoid making mistakes. In the writing it is important to also use your own words. Plagiarism represents a serious infraction.