UCAS

As a student at Westminster Kingsway College, we will provide you with a "buzzword" for you to link your UCAS application with the college when you register your account.

To obtain your buzzword, email careers@westking.ac.uk with your student ID number and we will send this to you.

Key steps

  1. Visit ucas.com , go to 'Sign in' and select 'Students'

  2. Go to 2022 entry and click 'Create your account'

  3. Under 'Register', add in your personal email address, your name, and create a memorable password

  4. Input the verification code and click 'Submit'

  5. Link your application to the college with the buzzword (ask your tutor or contact the careers team for this), click 'Save buzzword' 

  6. 'Select group'- choose your tutor group 

  7. Complete all the various tiles/sections 

  8. Research courses on UCAS and look at opendays.com

  9. Add your course choices (you can choose up to five)

  10. Speak with your tutor about your application, predicted grades and content for their reference

  11. Write your Personal Statement and upload to your application (ask your tutor, family, an adviser to check)

  12. Pay the fee and inform your tutor that your form is ready for their reference*

  13. Your tutor will then check and authorise your form, and add your reference

  14. College will submit your application to UCAS

*Make sure you complete the form by the deadline

More information on how to apply

Filling in your UCAS undergraduate application

Student helpline

0371 468 0468

Mature Student?

For learners aged 21 or over who did not go to university after school or college, see here for more information

Deadlines

Click here for information

UCAS Extra

If you've used all five choices on your application, and you're not holding any offers, you could still find a place using Extra

Click here for information

UCAS Clearing

If you’re applying through Clearing, find out what to do, and how to apply

Click here for information

UCAS Adjustment

If you've met and exceeded the conditions of your firm offer, find out what to do next

Click here for information

If you would like to discuss UCAS, speak with your personal tutor or an adviser from the Careers and Employability team.