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UCAS Deadline: 15 January 2019

The deadline for UCAS applications is 15 January 2019 at 6pm for courses starting in 2019 (and for deferred applications).

Start thinking about what you can achieve next year and apply now.

We can offer all of our students and applicants support with their decisions on Higher Education, to help we’ve pulled out all of the key information below.

 

We’re on hand to help

With the deadline fast approaching the LRC and Student Support are on hand to help, providing support with the UCAS applications and personal statements. Just drop in - the staff are happy to help.

 

Key Dates

The key dates for the UCAS 2019 applications are:

15 January 2019 - 2019 entry deadline

25 February 2019 – 2019 entry: Extra opens

16 April 2019 –  2019 entry: If you receive all decisions by 16 March, reply by 16 April

1 May 2019 – 2019 entry: If you receive all decisions by the 31 March, reply by 1 May

2 May 2019 – University/College decisions due on applications submitted the 15 January

6 June 2019 – If you receive all decisions by 2 May, reply by 6 June

20 June 2019 – If you receive all decisions by the 6 June, reply 20 June

30 June 2019 – 2019 entry applications received after the 30 June are entered into Clearing

4 July 2019 – Last date to apply in Extra for 2019 entry

5 July 2019 – 2019 entry Clearing opens

 

How to apply

Find helpful videos, guides and resources for applying on UCAS:

 

Higher Education at West Herts College

West Herts College offers a wide range of higher education courses. Apply today and start your higher education journey with us in September.

We offer a wide range of Foundation degrees, Extended degrees and HNC/Ds in:

 

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You decide: Study two years for a nationally recognised HNC/D or Foundation degree. Top up to an honours degree with one or two years of extra study at university.

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Local and affordable: Studying locally makes a lot of sense - now and into the future. Many of our students live at home, keeping in touch with friends while meeting new people at college and making the most of what the University of Hertfordshire has to offer.

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