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Aztagroth
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Hello. I've been wondering if I should use letters specific to my native language in UCAS form. Polish characters like "ę" or "ż" are present in my surname (so they will be on documents as well).
Should I use them or replace them with "plain" latin alphabet?
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(Original post by Aztagroth)
Hello. I've been wondering if I should use letters specific to my native language in UCAS form. Polish characters like "ę" or "ż" are present in my surname (so they will be on documents as well).
Should I use them or replace them with "plain" latin alphabet?
Hi.

The Ucas form will probably not accept these and you may have to substitute with "plain" versions.

There is a list on the Ucas website which should help you. You can find it here: http://www.ucas.com/sites/default/fi...itutions_0.pdf

Hope this helps.
Good luck with your application.
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I've found the letters I was concerned about on the list I think I will give it a try.
Thank You very much for Your reply!
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