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    Okay I finshed my applycation till reference but I can´t pay because usually in germany we use EC cards and I don´t have a credict card.
    I can pay Direct to the UCAS bank account but I don´t know how to finish my appliation without payment by credit card???
    Did you undrestand my english???
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    Well the deadline is soon, so get a move on!!!!!
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    Get a prepaid master card or visa. YOu can use your EC card to charge it and then pay using that.
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    My question was how to change the pay /send from credit card to Direct to the UCAS bank account to complet my application
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    (Original post by Dina 19)
    My question was how to change the pay /send from credit card to Direct to the UCAS bank account to complet my application
    You can't.

    Doesn't one of your parents have a credit card?
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    No in Germany we use EC cards like credit cards . WE don´t need credit cards .
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    We accept UK and international Visa, Visa Debit, Delta, MasterCard, Maestro, Solo and Electron credit or debit cards. At the moment we do not accept American Express, Diners Club or JCB cards.

    If you are having trouble paying for your application, please contact our Customer Service Unit for information on alternative methods of payment.


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    But you are way past the deadline anyway!

    The deadline was moved up a week but only for UK applicants.
    Other applicant didn't have the same snow-problems so they had to send it in before the 25th!.
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    (Original post by ferdi.g)
    The deadline was moved up a week but only for UK applicants.
    Other applicant didn't have the same snow-problems so they had to send it in before the 25th!.
    Oh, I didn't know that - and that's utterly ridiculous. Ever informed about how badly France, Germany and Switzerland were affected by the snow?

    Anyway, Dina 19, you still can apply, you just will be considered late. Credit cards are in Germany common as well, so I'd ask friends and family to use there credit card and give them just the money back. Or call, as suggested.
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    (Original post by JenniferRebecca)
    Oh, I didn't know that - and that's utterly ridiculous. Ever informed about how badly France, Germany and Switzerland were affected by the snow?

    Anyway, Dina 19, you still can apply, you just will be considered late. Credit cards are in Germany common as well, so I'd ask friends and family to use there credit card and give them just the money back. Or call, as suggested.
    It's because int. applicants are individual applicants and don'T depend on schools/colleges for their applications.
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    Ehm... where do you think get international/ individual applicants their references from as well?

    I had to travel to school, ask for reference in person and pick them up again, in paper form. Would there have been snow that much last year, I couldn't have managed that.
    As far as I know will a GB reference added - so everything goes over e-mail and internet?!
 
 
 
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