This timeline gives you an overview of the application process, key dates to remember and when you can meet us.
June 2020 - January 2021
You can start your UCAS application as early as June but you can't submit it until 8 September. To apply to York, you will need to complete an online application via UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service).
Online Open Days
Explore what studying and living in York is really like at one of our Open Days. Due to the ongoing coronavirus situation, our events are being held online for now while we continue to monitor the situation.
Deadline for Medicine
15 October 2020
Today is the UCAS closing date for applications to Hull York Medical School.
Apply for student finance
To ensure that your funding is ready for the start of your course, apply early for your student finance. You don't need a confirmed place at university to apply.
You can also see whether you're eligible for any of our scholarships and bursaries.
Apply for accommodation
Now you can apply for your accommodation. You're guaranteed a room in University accommodation during your first year if you accept York as your firm (first) or insurance (second) choice and apply for accommodation by our published deadline.
29 January 2021
Today is the UCAS application deadline for equal consideration for all courses (except Medicine). We will consider applications received after this date if places are available. Although we will do everything we can in the circumstances, we cannot guarantee that late applications will be given the same level of consideration as those that arrive by 29 January.
UCAS extended this deadline from 15 January due to the ongoing impact of coronavirus.
January - April 2021
Congratulations if you've received an offer from us! Your next step is to attend a visit day and meet your department.
UCAS Extra opens
25 February 2021
If you've used all five choices and you're not holding any offers, you might be able to add another choice through UCAS Extra.
- UCAS Extra (ucas.com)
Reply to your offers
10 June 2021
Now it's time to reply to your offers - accept one of your offers as your firm (first) choice and one as your insurance (second) choice.
You’ll need to check UCAS Track for your own personal deadline to reply to your offers. If UCAS does not receive a reply by your deadline, they will decline on your behalf.
Deadline for late applications
30 June 2021
The deadline for late applications - although we recommend you apply as early as possible. Where possible we will continue to process late applications and make offers right up to this deadline.
5 July 2021
If you’re not holding any offers (including through UCAS Extra) clearing is your last opportunity to be considered by universities who still have courses available. You’ll also go straight through to clearing if you made your application after 30 June.
Where possible, we’ll try to make decisions on these applications as soon as we receive them. However, in some cases, we’ll need to consider them as part of the larger clearing process in August.
- A level results and Pearson BTEC Level 3 Nationals (both QCF and RQF) in England will be released on 10 August 2021
- GCSE results will be released on 12 August 2021
- Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Highers and Advanced Highers will be released on 10 August 2021
- Northern Ireland CCEA will be released on 10 August 2021
Confirmation, clearing and adjustment
Once you've got your exam results we'll be able to make a final decision on your application. Please note that we can only confirm your place based on your official results - we cannot make any decisions based on 'provisional' results.
If you’re not holding any offers (including through UCAS Extra) you could explore options through clearing. If you have met and exceeded the conditions of your firm choice you may attempt to secure a place elsewhere through adjustment.
Welcome to York
Congratulations on getting your place at York!
The academic year will start on 27 September 2021.