The initial closing date for applications is 15th January, but you will still be able to apply after this date if you are eligible for UCAS Extra or Clearing.
You can edit your UCAS application and accept offers using UCAS Track. There are two types of offers that St Mary's could propose to you:
This offer will lay out conditions that you will need to meet in order to have your place confirmed. Conditional offers often depend on exam results. For most people this means waiting for the summer results day to see if you have met the entry requirements.
You have already met the entry requirements, and the place is yours should you wish to accept the offer. If you accept an unconditional offer you cannot make an insurance choice or be entered into Clearing. Unconditional offers may also contain other conditions that you will still need to meet, such as a DBS check or medical requirements.
Responding to offers
Once you have received decisions from all the universities or colleges you have applied to, UCAS will contact you to advise you on replying to your offers. The date your reply is due will depend on when you receive the final decision from the institutions you have applied to.
|Last decision received on or before||Your reply deadline|
|31st March 2017
||4th May 2017
|5th May 2017
||8th June 2017
|8th June 2017
||22nd June 2017
|13th July 2017
||20th July 2017
Accepting St Mary's
- To make St Mary's your first choice, reply with Firm acceptance
- To make St Mary's your second choice, reply with Insurance acceptance.