Can you join any university without applying for them on ucas Watch
However, that hopes that there's spaces left in clearing for Law at Warwick.
I didnt use ucas at all to go to uni
Hey guys so I’m massively stuck in weather I should choose computer science or law as a degree. On my current ucas applications I’m applying for computer science however if I was decide on doing law on results day 2020 could I call up a university I haven’t applied for and ask to join them. Because I wanted to join warrick for law but I’m not so confident if I can get those grades right now. Say on my ucas application I applied for 5 different unis for computer science could I call up warrick and ask to join the law degree if I got AAA on results day
Some universities accept direct applications for part time or below degree courses and a few accept applications directly or via the common app if you’re an international student.
Clearing is part of ucas. You can’t get a place through clearing without giving up any offers and any clearing university will see your current PS (and previous choices).
If you’re not sure then plan in a gap year so you can reapply if you get the grades.
You could alternatively accept some low offers then go into adjustment.