It’s that time of year again, with the UCAS deadline fast approaching. While you can still apply to university after the deadline, there are some definite advantages to getting your application in by 15 January. Here are seven of them.
We have a fantastic range of scholarships on offer this year. If you’ve got your application in and know you’ll be joining ARU, now’s the time to explore the financial support on offer. Found an option that’s made for you? Apply by 12 April.
Universities start reviewing applications and allocating places immediately after 15 January. If you’re applying for an especially popular course, or one with a limited number of places, it makes sense to get your application in on time.
I see a theme emerging... As well as increasing your chances of getting onto your preferred course, submitting a strong UCAS application by 15 January can mean you stand a greater chance of getting your first-choice uni, too.
First-year ARU student, Shannon, felt the benefit of applying by the UCAS deadline. She went through the process with her friends, and they supported and encouraged each other.
With your application done, you’re free to concentrate on the important stuff: studying, revising, and acing your A-level exams.
Performing arts student Dora applied by 15 January and says it made her feel organised and prepared.