We still accept applications up to 30 June (applications made after 30 June will automatically be entered into Clearing). These are classed as Late Applications and it is the route you should follow if you have not previously applied through UCAS.
- What is UCAS Extra - UCAS Extra is available to applicants who have already applied through UCAS and have used all five choices and are not holding any offers. Extra enables you to apply for another course.
- Top Tip - If Extra is available to you, it'll show up as a button when you log in to your UCAS Track account.
- When does UCAS Extra run? - UCAS Extra runs between 25 February and 30 June.
- How do I search for a course? - Search for courses with places available in Extra. Not all courses will be open in UCAS Extra as some may already be full.
- How many courses can I apply for? - You can only apply for one course at a time. There are no insurance choices in Extra so if you receive an offer through Extra you must either accept it as your firm choice or decline it. If you decline the offer you’ll be able to add another Extra choice providing there’s still time and availability.
- Can I change my mind? - If you change your mind and wish to decline an offer or you don't get a decision from the university within 21 days, you can add a different choice.
- Top tip - It might take universities and colleges longer than 21 days to reply – universities and colleges have until mid-July to make their final decisions – it's up to you whether to wait or replace them with a different Extra choice.
- What happens next? - If you're offered the place you want, you just need to accept it in your Track account. You'll then be committed to that course, so you can't apply to any more in Extra.
- Top tip - Make sure you reply by the date shown in Track. If you do not do this your offer will automatically be declined.