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    Hey guys, I'm on here to ask if there's any universities which you can apply to Law for independently of UCAS?

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    (Original post by JAJM)
    Hey guys, I'm on here to ask if there's any universities which you can apply to Law for independently of UCAS?

    I'm awaiting any answers
    All full time degree study is covered by UCAS. It's part of university rules that they have to use UCAS for full time ug degrees.

    If you want to apply outside UCAS then you'll need to apply to part time or below degree courses (eg hnd/hnc, foundation degrees, foundation years). Applications to these courses *can* be through UCAS or universities can opt to accept direct applications. Direct applications are likely to have local deadlines that may have passed.

    Why do you want to avoid UCAS?
 
 
 

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