Applications are usually done through UCAS (University and College Admission Service), and for most Universities the dead line for applications is 18:00 (UK time) on 15 January of the year you are planning to start univerity.
Here are some few steps to apply:
There are different application forms and deadlines depending on the type of course.
You can apply to multiple courses at the same time to increase your chances of getting a place on the course.
We send your application to the course providers you chose, and then we let you know their response.
Applications can be quite competitive, especially for the most popular courses – so you might not get an offer for every course you apply to.
If you do get an offer make sure you understand and can meet any conditions of the offer. These may be qualifications you need to have or English language tests you need to take.
If you are from outside the UK and you want to study here you might have to apply for a visa.
When you have a place on a course, your course provider will help you apply to the UK Border Agency for the visa you need.
Although student finance is also separate to your UCAS application, you can include details on your UCAS form that speed up the process.
You might be able to apply for help with your fees too.