Looking to start your degree this year? Not received an offer yet? Did you know you can still apply for UD’s bespoke new Level 4 music courses (the first year of a degree), starting in September 2023 at Talent House, via UCAS EXTRA? Read all about it…
So, what is UCAS Extra?
Extra is another chance for you to gain a place at university or college, between 23rd February and 4th July. If you used all five of your choices on your original application and you’re not holding an offer, you’ll be able to add another choice using Extra.
Who can use Extra?
If you included five choices on your application, have received decisions from all five, and weren’t accepted, or if you declined the offers you received, you will be able to use Extra.
If you did not use all your choices in your initial application, you don’t need to use Extra, you can just sign in to your application and add another choice, as long as it’s before 30 June, and you’ve not accepted or declined any offers. Remember, if you originally only applied to one choice and want to add more, you’ll be asked to pay the extra £4.50 application fee.
If you don’t hold any offers after 5 July, you will be able to add an additional choice using Clearing.
How do you add more choices in Extra?
Find a course you want to apply to.
UD’s Music Performance & Production Course is HERE.
UD’s Music Technology & Production Course is HERE.
Or use the filter ‘Show courses with vacancies’ in the UCAS search tool.
Contact the universities and colleges to check if they’ll consider you.
Apply for the new course.
Add the details to your application.
The university or college will consider your application – if after 21 days you don’t hear back, you can choose to either continue to wait or add a new choice.
If you receive an offer, reply and subject to meeting entry requirements you’re in.
If you receive an offer but don’t want to accept it, you can decline it.
If you’re not offered a place you can search for other courses and add another Extra choice
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