What is UCAS and how do I wrap my head around all this information? Not to worry, the MABECS team is here to help. UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) is basically a centralised application service for all UK universities. Undergraduate applicants are advised to use UCAS to apply to their desired UK universities.
Follow these steps:
Once you have decided which universities you would like to apply to, you will need to make a UCAS application.
Applications to UCAS must be made electronically, via UCAS Apply. MABECS is a UCAS centre and will be able to help MABECS applicants make a UCAS application. MABECS education advisors would also guide you in completing the application, including providing advice on writing your personal statement, and reminding you on the necessary documents for the application.
Once your UCAS application has been submitted to UCAS, via UCAS Apply, you will be able to track the progress of your application electronically via the UCAS Track facility. You can also monitor any decisions made on your application via UCAS Track. MABECS will also stay in touch with you or your student office (whichever applicable) throughout the process.
If you are applying to Oxbridge (Oxford or Cambridge), or for Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, please take note of the earlier closing dates for application. The deadline is by 15th October preceding (before) the year of entry.
It is extremely important that you submit your application on time. For Oxbridge and Medicine applicants, you will need specialist advice before you can apply. Contact MABECS for advice or discussion if you are interested in applying for these options.
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