Unlike the US where you can apply to as many universities as you like, the UK’s University and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) application requires students to limit their applications to five university/course choices.
In this special booklet, Crimson UK Senior Strategist and Oxford graduate, Abbigail Colwyn, will cover five key areas for UCAS school selection:
Read Abbi's tips on how to identify your match, target and reach university alternatives
Match courses should be those to which you have a reasonably good chance of admission. You should have 1 or 2 match courses in your application list.
These are courses to which your admission is achievable — but are a notch above your match choices and slightly below your reach university/course goals.
Your reach choices are aspirational and really stretch your academic goals. They represent the highest entry requirements of all your choices.
Meet Abbi Colwyn, Oxford Graduate and Crimson Director of UK Admissions
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