If your present school or college is registered with UCAS (chances are they will be) just ask your teacher or careers adviser to help. If you want to apply for a full-time first (undergraduate) degree, foundation degree, DipHE or HND course, you need to submit your application via UCAS. That’s the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. Go to www.ucas.com
If you’re not at school or college but are based in the UK you can apply online independently. You will need to pay the correct fee and supply the name of the academic reference (who will be contacted directly by UCAS) and then submit your application. The UCAS website provides full instructions on the application process and also has a comprehensive guide usefully entitled Applying Online. Download it now from www.ucas.com
For international applicants from outside the UK (within the EU and worldwide), you should also apply online independently unless your school or college is registered with UCAS. Again, you are responsible for paying the correct fees, obtaining and attaching the academic reference and submitting the completed application to UCAS. Further help and advice is available from British Council offices and other centres overseas.
If you require further information please contact the UCAS Customer Service Unit:
Tel. +44 (0) 871 468 0468. For callers with hearing difficulties: From the UK use the Text Relay Service on 18001 0871 468 0468. From outside the UK dial 00 44 151 494 1260 (text phone) and ask the operator to dial 0871 468 0468.
If you’re planning to start your course in autumn 2014, UCAS will accept your application from 1 September 2013.
We welcome applications from students who wish to defer entry to their chosen course for one year. Please ensure this is indicated on your application form. If you’re applying from an EU country, make sure your application form is received by UCAS by 15 January 2014.
If you’re applying from outside the EU, you should apply as early as possible. Places on popular courses cannot be guaranteed for applications received after 15 January 2014. You should allow plenty of time to make immigration, travel and accommodation arrangements.
The UCAS website gives you code names and numbers for all courses. Make sure you enter the right code on your application form. The institution code for Huddersfield is HUDDS H60.
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For any course specific requirements for applications, please check the ‘How to apply’ section within the individual course web page for further guidance.
To apply for the majority* of full-time postgraduate taught courses, use the online application process. Application Guidance Notes are available via the online process.
* See the exceptions on the postgraduate How to apply page.
If you are planning to study a postgraduate taught course part-time, please get in touch with the relevant course contact (see the course page).
For research degrees you should apply using the online Research Degree Application Form.