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    I am looking for how to enter qualification details in UCAS application. Should i have to enter the college name or university name ? I studied in a private college under affiliated university... and can you explain a-levels and under graduate and post graduate in ucas?
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    (Original post by raghakavya)
    Hi,
    I am looking for how to enter qualification details in UCAS application. Should i have to enter the college name or university name ? I studied in a private college under affiliated university... and can you explain a-levels and under graduate and post graduate in ucas?
    You should enter the name of the establishment on your certificates., i.e. the one which provides the qualification.

    A Levels are a type of qualification sat by 16-18 year olds in the UK. Undergraduate degrees are bachelors degrees, postgraduate is any qualification at a higher level than a bachelors degree.
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    (Original post by raghakavya)
    Hi,
    I am looking for how to enter qualification details in UCAS application. Should i have to enter the college name or university name ? I studied in a private college under affiliated university... and can you explain a-levels and under graduate and post graduate in ucas?
    Enter the college as the place that you studied
    For the qualification list the university as the awarding body
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    You should enter the name of the establishment on your certificates., i.e. the one which provides the qualification.

    A Levels are a type of qualification sat by 16-18 year olds in the UK. Undergraduate degrees are bachelors degrees, postgraduate is any qualification at a higher level than a bachelors degree.

    Hi,

    thank you so much.....

    but i got certificates from university , but i studied in college , not in university.

    should i have to enter college ?
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    Enter the college as the place that you studied
    For the qualification list the university as the awarding body

    thank you so much .......
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    (Original post by raghakavya)
    Hi,

    thank you so much.....

    but i got certificates from university , but i studied in college , not in university.

    should i have to enter college ?
    PQ has answered this for you above.
 
 
 

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