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llb foundation year at Westminster uni
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There's an option to add "other" qualifications if you can't find anything suitable on the pre-set list.
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There's an option to add "other" qualifications if you can't find anything suitable on the pre-set list.
could I just select the foundation year option? Also how to I name the course in the box? Is there a right way or name?
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could I just select the foundation year option? Also how to I name the course in the box? Is there a right way or name?
If there's an option for foundation year then definitely select that. Name the course as it's named on your degree transcript/certificate (if you don't have these yet then take the official title from your uni's website).
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If there's an option for foundation year then definitely select that. Name the course as it's named on your degree transcript/certificate (if you don't have these yet then take the official title from your uni's website).
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The Foundation Year on the UCAS application form is Year 0.

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The Foundation Year on the UCAS application form is Year 0.

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hello what is the awarding organisation on ucas for the llb law foundation year?.
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UoW is fine
There's a link to a worked example on how to add university study to your application on this thread https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=1781424
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The Foundation Year on the UCAS application form is Year 0.

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They aren't asking how to apply to that course - they're asking how to list it as a qualification
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The awarding organisation is the University of Westminster.

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The awarding organisation is the University of Westminster.

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UCAS Apply doesn't allow sufficient characters for applicants to write the university name in full
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UCAS Apply doesn't allow sufficient characters for applicants to write the university name in full
You could try Westminster University.

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Or just put UoW and the full institution name in your Education History like everyone else
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Or just put UoW and the full institution name in your Education History like everyone else
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UoW is fine as the awarding body. The full university name will be on the educational establishment that the qualification was studied at.
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Or just put UoW and the full institution name in your Education History like everyone else
do I have to add my units and modules as well?
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UoW is fine as the awarding body. The full university name will be on the educational establishment that the qualification was studied at.
do I have to add my units and modules as well?
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do I have to add my units and modules as well?
You don't *have* to but if you don't then most universities will ask for that on a full transcript after you apply. Putting it on might save some effort/wasted time
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You don't *have* to but if you don't then most universities will ask for that on a full transcript after you apply. Putting it on might save some effort/wasted time
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