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Applying to university is an exciting moment in your life, but there can also be a lot to think about. Whether you need some help navigating the UCAS process or writing your personal statement, we're here to support you through every stage of the process.
From finding the perfect course to submitting your application, on this page you'll find all the information you need to breeze through the application process. Already applied and wondering what comes next? We've got you covered with all the information you need to know about your next steps.
Choosing the right university and course for you is one of the biggest decisions you'll ever make, but it does not have to be a complicated one.
Take plenty of time to decide exactly what you would like to study and at which university. We want to make sure that Kingston University is the right place for you!
If you'd like to join us in 2021, you can search for courses in Clearing.
Our Clearing hotline is now open and will remain open all summer.
Call us on 0800 0483 334 (or +44 20 8328 1149 if you are calling from outside the UK) and speak to our friendly and knowledgeable hotliners who will be able to provide information on the courses we have available and will guide you through your options.
For each of our undergraduate courses, you apply online through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). For part-time study options, and our art and design foundation course, you'll need to apply directly to the University.
All UCAS applications are now made online via UCAS Apply. You should:
You can apply for up to five different courses. The UCAS code for Kingston University is K84. You will be able to follow the progress of your application through UCAS Track after you've applied.
For some of our health and social care courses, you'll need to apply through UCAS to St George's, University of London. The UCAS code for St George's, University of London is S49.
In the first section of the application, you must give your personal details and information about the qualifications you hold and are currently studying.
The personal statement is your opportunity to let us know what makes you stand out from the crowd. This is your one and only chance to sell yourself to the universities you're applying for, so take your time. Order our free personal statement guide to help you write your winning statement.
Once you're certain that your personal statement is the best it can be, your teacher(s) or other referees will add their references. Make sure you leave enough time for your them to write a suitable reference before the submission deadline. If you're at school or college, it is likely that your teachers will set their own deadline for your application.
First off, don't panic! We promise it isn't the end of the world, and you still have some options. The best thing to do is to familiarise yourself with the different options you have and decide what the best next step is for you.
It is possible to still apply to university up until 30 June. Some courses that have a high demand may not consider late applications; however there are some that will, so it's definitely worth a shot.
Although you may feel stressed about the situation, try to stay calm, do your research and act as quickly as you can if you want the best chance of securing a place on the course of your choice. Good luck!
Don't be afraid to pick up the phone and call a university to see whether they would still consider your application. This is often the quickest way to find out, and means you won't waste one of your options applying somewhere if they definitely don't have a place to offer you. To find out if Kingston has a place for you, please call our admissions team on 020 3308 9932 or email email@example.com.
If you're thinking of applying to Kingston University and haven't had a chance to look around yet, there's still time! You can book onto our next Open Day. If you're not able to make an Open Day, we regularly hold tours of all of our campuses, which you can book onto.
If you have applied to university but not received any offers, or you've decided you want to reject any offers you've been given and apply somewhere else, you can use something called UCAS Extra which will show up when you sign into UCAS.
Another popular way to get a place at university is through Clearing. Between July and September, any remaining empty places on courses are available on a first come, first served basis. If you already have your exam results, you can apply straight away when Clearing opens in July. Otherwise you'll have to wait until you get your exam results, which is why Clearing gets particularly busy on A-level results day. Courses available through this system will be available on the UCAS website and updated regularly.
Some course applications are not made through UCAS. These include:
For information about admissions, download document AP1 from our polices and regulations page.
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