UCAS Extends The Deadline for Students to Meet Their Conditional Offer

Following the impact of COVID-19 on examinations and assessments, UCAS have asked universities and colleges to extend the deadline for students to meet the academic conditions of their offer. Instead of 31 August, UCAS has advised them to now give students until 7 September. While universities and colleges will endeavour to be flexible in keeping places open, it’s important to remember this is only an advisory deadline. If students are aware of any potential delays to getting their results, it’s important they get in touch with their firm and insurance choices to discuss their options and keep them updated. Refer to UCAS website for more details: https://www.ucas.com/advisers
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Looking Ahead to 2001 UCAS Applications

Despite current challenges, UCAS remains focussed on supporting students with their continued studies and will be going ahead with the launch of the 2021 cycle as planned. To help students get ready, here are the essential ‘need to knows’ for now publised by UCAS: . Key dates for your diary 5 May – UCAS search tool will display 2021 undergraduate courses. 12 May – UCAS adviser portal will be available for students to set up and start managing 2021 applications. 19 May – Apply 2021 will go live allowing students to register and start their applications. 8 September – completed applications can be sent to UCAS.

UCAS Application Fees have Increased but slightly

UCAS has announced that the Application fees have changed slightly – for courses starting in 2021, the application fee is £20 for a single choice (as last year), and £26 for more than one choice (a £1 increase).

Sign Up to UCAS HUB

UCAS is delighted to announce that for every student who signs up to the UCAS Hub having used their pack, UACS will donate £2 to charity. They have chosen The Sir Richard Stapley Educational Trust, which focuses on supporting students in financial hardship, but who want to continue their studies in medicine. UCAS has chosen this charity because UCAS feels it perfectly reflects the respect and thanks the entire nation has for the work those in the profession are doing at this current time. Donations, directly from UCAS, will be made for registrations to the Hub with a verified school selected, up until 30 April 2020.

Update on A level, GCSE and BTEC Results Day

A level Results - The Secretary of State for Education, Gavin Williamson, announced that A level results in England will be released on 13 August 2020, with GCSE results to follow on 20 August. BTEC Level 3 results will be released on 13th August 2020.
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