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How to get admission in colleges of UK?
Asked by: iqbal786
Posted on Sun, 13 Mar 2011 12:28:46 GMT
I am student from Pakistan. How do I get admission in college or university of UK? And, how much does it cost me to study in UK?
There are few simple steps and procedures you have to follow to get admission in colleges and universities of UK. The procedures may have some changes according to the level of study. Thatís why it should be clear, in which level do you intend to study.
I assume that you want to get admitted in undergraduate level. Are you clear what you want to study? In what field do you want to make your career? If yes, then itís okay. If not, then decide first. If you are unable to decide, if you are not sure what subject to study, take a Stamford test http://www.ucas.com/students/choosingcourses/choosingcourse/stamfordtest provided by UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). By answering simple yes/no question in this test, you will be provided the list of subjects that might be worth looking into to decide your career.
Once the course is decided, you can select the university by using in the UCAS course search service. In UK, universities receive applications for undergraduate bachelors programs through UCAS.
UCAS is a national computerized application system, which is intended to save you time and money, as you only need to complete one application form. The form allows you to apply up to 5 different courses/institutions.
The UCAS application process is done online.
Applications are received from the September prior to the start of the degree program e.g. September 2010 for October 2011 admission. International students can submit their application anytime up until 30 June, however, it is advised to apply as early as possible as the more popular courses get full quickly.
Dinesh176 answered 6 years and 4 months ago
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