Hi all, I plan to study aboard the UK upon graduation, but as I'm still making preparations now, I noticed UCAS limits students to having only 5 university choices. Are there any ways to bypass or get around for an ungraduate? I'm not too fond of being limited as I prefer starting with a wider variety of schools. Thanks for your time.
Seen this thread?
Funny coincidence: UCAS was never mentioned before on TP, now twice in less than a month
I studied in the UK and I remember being limited with number of choices. However, I was ok with two choices since I knew where I wanted to study.
I think you should inquire with UCAS in order to be certain how you can get around it. However, as far as I can remember, for a foreign student applying to study in the UK, it had to be done via UCAS and no way to go around it.
Nontheless, ask them and tell them why you need more choices. Maybe they will give you an answer you are looking for.
Best of luck