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Applying for an undergraduate degree after the UCAS deadline

Not a UK/Ireland applicant? Please check our international application process.
Applying before 25th January? Please check our UCAS application process.

Even though most applications are received by the 25th January UCAS deadline, every year a number of students apply after this date for a variety of reasons.

Perhaps you missed the UCAS deadline or changed your mind about where/what you want to study. Maybe you haven't received the offers you were hoping for.

Regardless of your circumstances, it's never too late for you to apply to begin an undergraduate degree at St Mary's University.

Depending on your current situation, you will apply through one of several routes.

  • UCAS Apply - if you if haven’t submitted a UCAS application yet and are still completing qualifications or awaiting results.
  • UCAS Extra - if you’ve already applied through UCAS and used all five of your choices.
  • Record of prior acceptance - if you're applying after 30th June (when the main UCAS cycle closes) and already have your results.
  • Direct application - if you would like to study and foundation or undergraduate degree on a part-time basis you will need to apply directly rather than through UCAS.

Late application guide (undergraduate/foundation)

Alternative application routes