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It's not too late to apply

How to apply to Portsmouth after the January UCAS deadline

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It's not too late to apply to study at the University of Portsmouth in 2017/18, even if you've used all the choices on your UCAS application.

However, our courses fill up quickly. So, submit your application as soon as you decide which course you want to study.

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How to apply

There are three ways to apply to us.

1. UCAS Apply

You can use the UCAS Apply service if you haven’t submitted a UCAS application yet or haven’t used all five choices on your UCAS application.

You'll need a UCAS Code for each course you apply for. You'll find these at the top of each course page. Our institution name is PORT and institution code is P80.

2. UCAS Extra

If you’ve applied through UCAS and used all five of your choices, you might be able to apply to us for free through UCAS Extra.

How to apply through UCAS Extra

3. Direct applications

You can apply directly to us. Just choose a course and then complete the online form.

We’ll get back to you with a decision within seven days.

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Why apply to Portsmouth?

We’re one of the UK’s top 40 universities and are rated 'Gold' in the Government's teaching Excellence Framework.

Our student satisfaction rate is higher than the national average too – 88% of our students are satisfied with their course. 19 of our courses achieved 100% satisfaction in the 2017 National Student Survey (NSS).

Portsmouth has a huge range of student accommodation options. Many of our halls are within a few minutes’ walk of the main campus buildings. Plus, you're guaranteed a room in halls when you make us your first choice (as long as you meet accommodation deadlines).

Get help with your application

We can guide you through the application process and help you find the right course.

Fill in the form below and we’ll get back to you. Or call our Admissions Team on +44 (0)23 9284 5566 (we're available 8.30am-5.15pm Monday to Thursday and 8.30am-4.15pm on Fridays).

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