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Applying through UCAS

UK and EU citizens applying looking to study full-time undergraduate degrees applying through the Universities and College Admissions Service (UCAS).



Course codes

As a UK/EU applicant, you can apply for up to five full-time university courses through the UCAS website. You can do this either through your school or college (as long as they are registered with UCAS), or independently if you are not studying with a UK school or college.

You will need an institution code for each university you apply for.

The University of Sunderland in London's code is S84.

You’ll also need the UCAS code, specific to the course you want to study, which can be found on the course pages.

Finally, you also need to pay a fee to UCAS in order to complete your application. The current fee is £20 if you apply for one course at the University of Sunderland in London. If you want to apply for more than one course, or more than one university, you need to pay £25.

What happens next?

After you’ve submitted, UCAS will send us a copy of your application. We will then consider whether to offer you a place based on your qualifications, personal statement and referee’s report. UCAS will let you know what we’ve decided.

Once individual courses become full, we will close them and you will no longer be able to apply for those courses.

Should you receive a conditional offer from us, and your results meet the conditions in that offer, you will receive a letter confirming your place.

If you have any questions about applying through UCAS, please contact or call us on 0207 531 7333.