Archive for October, 2011

Key dates for overseas students to remember

Published by Study in the UK on October 3rd, 2011

These are the key dates for your UCAS application for undergraduate study in the UK:

  • Mid-September (the year before the course starts) – all applications open.
  • 15 October – closing date for applications to courses in medicine, dentistry, veterinary sciences/medicines and Oxford and Cambridge universities.
  • 15 January – closing date for EEA students, except for art and design courses with a 24 March deadline.
  • 31 March – if you sent your application by 15 January, UK institutions should send their decisions to UCAS by this date (but they can take longer).
  • 5 May – if UCAS receive decisions from your UK institutions by 31 March, you need to reply to any offers by this date. If you don’t, UCAS will decline offers on your behalf.
  • 7 May – if you sent your application by 15 January, UK institutions must send their decisions to UCAS by this date. If they don’t, UCAS will make any outstanding choices unsuccessful on their behalf.
  • 8 June – if UCAS receive decisions from your UK institutions by 7 May, you need to reply to any offers by this date. If you don’t, UCAS will decline offers on your behalf.
  • 30 June – closing date for international students outside of the EEA.
  • 20 July – if you sent your application by 30 June, UK institutions will send their decision to UCAS by this date.
  • 27 July – if UCAS receive decisions from your UK institutions by 20 July, you need to reply to any offers by this date. If you don’t, UCAS will decline offers on your behalf.

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