The reply date for all offers if UCAS received decisions from universities/colleges by 4 June, If UCAS don't receive replies, they will decline the offers.
Final deadline for all UCAS applications, subject to availability on courses. Any applications received after this date will be entered into Clearing.
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This is the last date to apply through the UCAS Extra scheme.
2020 entry Clearing opens.
International Baccalaureate results day.
For students who applied by 30 June and are waiting for decisions, universities and colleges need to send UCAS their decisions by this date. If they don't, UCAS will make any outstanding choices unsuccessful on their behalf.
If UCAS receive all decisions from universities/colleges by 13 July, replies to any offers must be made by 20 July (this includes applications through Extra). If UCAS don't receive replies, they will decline the offers.
A level results are published. Adjustment opens.
Remaining offer conditions must be met.
This is the last date that UCAS will accept applications for courses starting in 2020.
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The UCAS Clearing vacancy search closes after this date. Contact the University directly to discuss vacancies. Clearing choices can still be added in UCAS Track.
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