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What's the first step to apply for universities in the UK?

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    IDP Education

    IDP Education

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    Your journey of higher education begins by deciding the right university and the right course, but that idea is always there to help you out. You can always visit our nearest IDP office, meet our counselor, have a counseling session. They'll do your assessment on the basis of your academic qualifications, your requirements. I will give you options of deciding university and which matches your profile.

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    Coventry University

    Coventry University

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    Very good question, what is the first part of applying to a university in the United Kingdom? Well, I've got the perfect answer for you. It is contacting one of the fantastic counsellors at IDP. And if you're here at IDP Hotcourses reading this, you're already well on your way.

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    University of Chester (United Kingdom)

    University of Chester (United Kingdom)

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    Depending on the level, of course, you're looking to study at the University of Chester, you can apply in two different ways. If you're an undergraduate student, you can apply via UCAS and directly. If you're a postgraduate, you can apply directly. To apply directly go to www.chester.ac.uk go to the international section and click the how to apply tab. Here you will see a link to our online application for.

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    Liverpool John Moores University

    Liverpool John Moores University

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    The most important thing you can do before you submit your application to UK University is check to see if you meet the entry requirements. Depending on the level of study that you choose, there may be limitations on the amount of applications that you can submit to a UK university. So always make sure you fit the criteria before you submit the application. This will always be listed on the university's website or if it's an undergraduate course on the UCAS website.

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    Coventry University

    Coventry University

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    The first step in applying to study in the U.K. is to do your research, what do you really want to study and what are the outcomes that you're looking for. The second thing that you must do is simply to reach out to your local IDP office. They are trusted experts and they will counsel you with the academic requirements and the financial requirements. The third thing that you have to do is, of course, reach out to your family or your parents or your loved ones to make sure that they're on board with your plan and they'll be able to support you.

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    University of Reading

    University of Reading

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    Hi everyone. I am Ludo from the University of Reading. If you are planning or thinking of studying in the U.K., what's important if you to look at the course first, whether or not the university providing the course. If you're thinking of applying for a bachelor degree, perhaps you need to use that UCAS platform. If you are thinking of applying for a master's degree, the university will accept applications directly. So it's important that you look at the course, you've got the relevant information and use the right platform.

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    Leeds Beckett University

    Leeds Beckett University

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    Hello, this is Aaron Taylor from Leeds Beckett University. The first step is to decide which degree you would like to make an application for, so you can do this by researching online or make sure you take a look at the university's web page where it has more information about that particular degree. Once you're on the website, you can probably make an application from there, or you can always contact the regional representative or the IDP team and they will help.

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