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Is there any universities (in the Northern region) wjere you don’t need to go through UCAS to apply?
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I am fairly sure all universities require you to apply through UCAS.
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Is there any universities (in the Northern region) wjere you don’t need to go through UCAS to apply?
Why dont you want to apply through ucas?
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Why dont you want to apply through ucas?
£25 fee just to apply
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don’t make me laugh 💀😭
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£25 fee just to apply
So you would rather alter your entire selection of uni where you spend £30,-60- £100 thousand for the course for the sake of trying to save £25? UCAS is a bargain. If you cant afford the fee, then you cant afford uni.
The answer is no but please ring round admissions to check they arent prepared to deal with you outside UCAS.
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£25 fee just to apply
£25 is actually not that steep of a price. In America you could be paying $75+ for a single application. I am fairly certain that most (if not all?) public universities here operate solely through UCAS at undergrad, so it'll be tough to find anywhere. If you can't afford the £25 as it stands, see if your school has any sort of bursary in place.
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£25 is actually not that steep of a price. In America you could be paying $75+ for a single application. I am fairly certain that most (if not all?) public universities here operate solely through UCAS at undergrad, so it'll be tough to find anywhere. If you can't afford the £25 as it stands, see if your school has any sort of bursary in place.
Agreed, £25 to some isn’t steep but to others it’s a lot. Personally I think it’s outrageous that you have to pay to apply on top of the yearly fees
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