UNIVERSITY SEARCH AND APPLICATION

Higher Education in the UK is very prestigious and attracts students from all over the world. Universities offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees that cater to a wide range of interests and make the UK an attractive choice for students to pursue the career of their choice. Universities not only support students throughout their academic journey but also their personal development and wellbeing.

 

For undergraduate applications, the UK university application process is done through a centralised system called UCAS. UCAS allow students to apply to up to 5 universities in the UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland). To apply, students would need to:

  • Register to UCAS and later submit the application form (including paying the application fee)

  • Meet any specific entry requirements for your selected courses

  • Write a great Personal Statement

  • Gather transcripts or grade certificates from previous years, and predicted grades for the current year (last year of schooling)

  • Appoint a teacher from school who will write a recommendation letter to be submitted with your application

  • Have current English Language certificates (either Cambridge Examinations, IELTS, TOEFL)

  • If applying for courses such as art, architecture or design, you will need to provide a portfolio. If applying to careers such as medicine, dentistry or law, external examinations would be required.

DEADLINES FOR ON-TIME APPLICATIONS 2022

  • 15 October 2021 for 2022 entry at 18:00 (UK time) – To apply at any course at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, or for most courses in medicine, veterinary medicine/science, and dentistry. Students can add choices with a different deadline later, but it is important to remember that students can only have five choices in total.  

  • 26 January 2022 for 2022 entry at 18:00 (UK time) – for the majority of courses.

Note for international students:

While the 15 October deadline is fixed and late applications are not accepted, international students applying to the UK have the opportunity to apply beyond the January deadline.

However, many universities and colleges will continue to accept applications from international students until later in the year, although the earlier the applications are submitted, the more chances you will have, especially if you are aiming for top universities.

HOW CAN ALTA EDUCATION SUPPORT YOU?

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CONSULTING

 

We will arrange an initial meeting at no cost to listen to your interests and understand your requirements.

 

At the same time, we will explain the application process in the UK and what we can offer you.

If you choose to work with us, you could choose any of the following 3 options:

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UNIVERSITY
OPTIONS

1

A detailed (Zoom) meeting where we will share a presentation with a personalised  proposal with the best courses and universities for you according to your interests, grades and needs.

At the end you will keep the presentation with all the information.

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APPLICATION WITH PERSONAL STATEMENT

2

You might only need support with submitting your application and writing an excellent personal statement that to portrays all that you have to offer to your chosen  universities.

Through a set of meetings, we will develop your personal statement, while supporting you with your application.

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THE COMPLETE APPLICATION

3

We will work alongside you throughout the whole process (encompassing both, options 1 and 2):

 

From exploring and choosing the best courses and universities for you, through developing a great personal statement step by step and supporting you to submit your application. 

EXPLORE HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE UK

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