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UCAS Extra

Apply for 2017 as a late applicant or through UCAS Extra

Study at Kingston University this September

Missed the UCAS deadline? We may still have a place for you!

Contact our Admissions Team on 0844 855 2177 to see if there are still spaces on the course/s you're interested in.

If there are, you will need to submit an application via UCAS as soon as you can before spaces fill up.

Already applied but not holding an offer on UCAS?

UCAS Extra will be open from 25 February to end of June.

If you have already made five choices in your original application, received decisions from all of these choices and have either had no offers or declined the offers you have received, you can use UCAS Extra.

"The university encourages students to succeed"

"The university encourages students to succeed"

Kingston is thriving with culture and offers a diverse range of opportunities and experiences. The university encourages students to succeed academically, but also as an individual developing character and integrity.
Ben Taylor, BSc Learning Disability Nursing

"Studying at Kingston provides you with valuable work experience"

"Studying at Kingston provides you with valuable work experience"

Unlike other universities, at Kingston you experience working in industry standard labs from first year onwards. Studying at Kingston provides you with valuable work experience by way of practical projects and work placements.
Kelsea Karim, BSc Aerospace Engineering

Why choose Kingston University?

Why choose Kingston University?

  • One of the world's top 150 young universities (Times Higher Education).
  • Located in leafy Kingston on the River Thames, within 30 minutes reach from central London.
  • An internationally-recognised university, with students from 150 countries.
Helpful information

Helpful information

  • Register with UCAS to start your application.
  • Use UCAS Track to see if you're eligible for UCAS Extra.
  • The UCAS code for Kingston University is K84.
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