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It's not too late to apply

Apply now to start in September 2020

Missed the 15 January UCAS deadline, changed your mind about what course to study, or don’t have the offers you wanted?

Although it’s usually best to submit your application by 15 January in the year you want to start, you can still apply to study with us after this date – even if you used all the choices on your UCAS application.

Just bear in mind our courses fill up quickly. So submit your application as soon as you decide which course you want to study.

How to apply

There are 3 ways to apply to us after 15 January:

1. UCAS Apply

You can use the UCAS Apply service as long as you haven't submitted a UCAS application yet or used all 5 choices on your UCAS application.

You 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.

Apply through UCAS >

2. UCAS Extra

If you applied through UCAS and used all 5 of your choices, you might be able to apply to us through UCAS Extra.

This is useful if you’ve changed your mind since you submitted your UCAS application or you didn’t get the offers you wanted.

Find out more about UCAS Extra >

3. Apply directly

You can apply directly to us via the 'Apply' section on each course page.

We update you within 14 days when you apply directly.

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Getting help with your application

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

Contact us and we’ll get back to you. Or call our Admissions Team on +44 (0)23 9284 5566 (9am–5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am–4pm on Fridays).

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Visiting us

If you haven’t come to see us yet, give us a call on +44 (0)23 9284 4444. We’ll aim to organise a bespoke visit for you, where you can take a look round course facilities and meet staff who teach the subject you’re interested in studying. 

You can also take a self-guided walking tour to get a feel for the campus and the city. You don't need to book a walking tour – just turn up on the day you want to come.

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