Applying for an undergraduate degree after the January deadline

Our Admissions team will advise you whether late applications will be accepted, either through a new UCAS application or UCAS Extra, where applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis, dependent on whether there are any vacancies on your chosen course.

At the University of Plymouth, we consider all late applicants but there is a risk that some degrees may already be fully subscribed.

Find out more about UCAS Extra

Important dates and deadlines

25 February 2022 UCAS Extra opens

9 June 2022 – reply by this date if you receive all decisions by 19 May

30 June 2022 – applications for 2022 received after this date are entered into Clearing

4 July 2022 – last date to apply in UCAS Extra

5 July 2022 – 2022 entry Clearing opens

Application advice

Contact our Enquiries team and discuss your options today

admissions@jasonleemusic.com

+44(0)1752 585858

You can also communicate with our current students through Unibuddy. Ask them whatever questions you like – they have been through the application process too, and will be happy to share their tips or tell you more about student life.

Chat with students through Unibuddy


Find out more about writing your personal statement

Find out about UCAS tariff points and entry requirements

Guaranteed accommodation

We offer a great variety of University-managed halls of residence that offer a safe and friendly environment to our students.

Our halls of residence applications are on a first come, first served basis. When allocating specific rooms, we endeavour to match you with people with similar living habits and interests.

We guarantee a place in halls – either University-managed or from accredited private providers – to all new undergraduate first-year students who make Plymouth their firm first choice and apply before 16 June 2022.

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“Applying after the UCAS deadline can be daunting. One of the main reasons why I chose Plymouth was because they were so supportive during my late application process; they took the time to help me with every single question I had.”

Chynna, current student