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How To Apply

We’ve collected all the important information for you to help make your application less daunting, simply click the headings below to find out more.

The UCAS Tariff is the system for allocating points to qualifications. This allows you to use a range of different applications to apply for your HE course.

All our entry requirements for our HE courses are set as UCAS points. This means you can see clearly what qualifications you will need to study our courses.

More information about UCAS Tariffs can be found here: UCAS Tariff Calculator

UK and EU student should apply for through UCAS. You will need to register on the UCAS website. Your registration is free, but you will need to pay to make your application. The charge for your application is £12 if you are applying to one college/university for one course or £23 if you are applying to more than one.

Please complete your application form in full. The more information you can provide, the easier it is to make a decision on your application.

If you are applying through a school or college, your tutor will see your application before it is sent to us. This is because they will provide a reference for you. If you are applying independently, you are responsible for obtaining and attaching your reference and submitting your completed application form. References should be completed by someone who can talk about your suitability for the course.

More information on how to apply can be found by clicking here.

Below are the important deadlines for students, colleges and universities in the HE application process.

  • Mid September, 2016- Applications can be sent to UCAS.
  • 15th January, 2017- Deadline for all applications.
  • 25th February, 2017- If you are eligible to use Extra, you can refer yourself to another choice.
  • 31st March, 2017- Universities and Colleges should aim to make their decision on your application by this date.
  • 4th May, 2017- If you have received your decisions by the 31st March, you will need to reply to any offers by this date. If your decisions are not received, your application will be declined by default the next day.
  • 8thJune, 2017- If you have received your decisions by the 5th May, you will need to reply to any offers by this date. If your decisions are not received, your application will be declined by default the next day.
  • 22nd June, 2017- If you have received your decisions by the 8th June, you will need to reply to any offer by this date. If your decisions are not received, your application will be declined by default.
  • 30th June, 2017- If you send your application to UCAS by this date, it will be sent to Universities and Colleges. If your application is submitted after this date, you will be entered into Clearing.
  • 1st July, 2017- Clearing begins
  • 4th July, 2017- Deadline to apply through Extra.
  • 13th July, 2017- Deadline for Universities and College to make their decision on your application, if you applied by the 30th June or applied through Extra.
  • 20th July, 2017- If you have received your decisions by the 13th July (or applied through Extra), you will need to reply to any offers by this date. If your decisions are not received, your application will be declined by default the next day.
  • 8thAugust 2017- SQA results are published and the Scottish Clearing vacancy information service starts.
  • 17th August, 2017- GCE and Advanced Diploma results are published and Clearing begins. You can find out more about clearing by clicking here.

Adjustment opens for registration. Found out more about Adjustment just click here.

  • 31st August, 2017- Adjustment closes.
  • 30th September, 2017- The last date that UCAS will accept applications for a 2017 start.
  • 23rd October, 2017- All Clearing decisions will be made by this date. Any applications that are still outstanding will be rejected by default.

If for any reason you need to raise your concerns to the college, may we direct you to the following documents for your information:

 

Academic Appeals Complaints Policy

Academic Complaints Form – Stage 1

Academic Complaints Form – Stage 2