UCAS Extra and UCAS Late Applications
Advice for students submitting a late UCAS application
Submitting late applications for UCAS
You may need to submit a UCAS late application for reasons including:
- If, following your UCAS application, you have not received offers from any universities.
- You have changed your mind about the universities or courses.
- You missed the 15th of January deadline.
The good news is there is still an option to submit late applications to UCAS. We can liaise directly with alternative universities to find the right degree course for you. We can then help you amend or do a new application through UCAS Extra. This opens on February 25th each year, and is open until late June. We will help you navigate through the system as a registered UCAS centre. Supporting you to submit your UCAS late application and in gaining a place on a degree course at a university that is right for you.
UCAS Extra allows you to apply for one course at a time, until you get an offer at a place that is right for you. We are happy to discuss UCAS Extra and options other than a UCAS late application to study in the UK. We will liaise with universities to find out what courses and universities have spaces available that meet your needs and likely academic attainment. To ensure your late application for UCAS secures your place. We will help you tailor your personal statement to the new university you are applying for. We can also advise you on the additional test requirements for IELTS English language qualifications for a range of university courses.
If you have received your exam results and haven’t quite made it into your chosen universities, please find information on how we can help you through UCAS clearing.