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    I haven't gotten all my offers yet some unis have sent me some jcas code and stuff and told Me to start applying for ATAS if I intend to accept their offer. Would each uni needed a seperate atas application? I'm quite confused as I have to pick modules for the course as well and would each Uni have a seperate jcas code? Please help I'm Internatiomal
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    (Original post by NatoHeadshot)
    I haven't gotten all my offers yet some unis have sent me some jcas code and stuff and told Me to start applying for ATAS if I intend to accept their offer. Would each uni needed a seperate atas application? I'm quite confused as I have to pick modules for the course as well and would each Uni have a seperate jcas code? Please help I'm Internatiomal
    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/guidance...as-certificate says your universities should have sent you the information and that you need a separate ATAS for each offer.

    I'd only bother for any offers you're considering accepting personally but it takes a month for an application to be processed and you can't apply for a visa without it finishing so best to get it out of the way early on
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    (Original post by PQ)
    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/guidance...as-certificate says your universities should have sent you the information and that you need a separate ATAS for each offer.

    I'd only bother for any offers you're considering accepting personally but it takes a month for an application to be processed and you can't apply for a visa without it finishing so best to get it out of the way early on
    i have not gotten atas information from some universities like UCL, they haven't given me an atas code or anything and on track it doesnt show that i need one. is it safe to assume not every uni wants the atas or?
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    (Original post by NatoHeadshot)
    i have not gotten atas information from some universities like UCL, they haven't given me an atas code or anything and on track it doesnt show that i need one. is it safe to assume not every uni wants the atas or?
    It will depend on the subject coding of the course (and the modules of the course) whether an ATAS is required....it might be worth a quick email to any who haven't notified you of it as a requirement (contact their international or visa teams directly or search their website - eg on UCLs website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/iss/immigration-visa/atas links to the courses requiring ATAS)
 
 
 
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