How to apply for undergraduate study
Applications to study at the Royal Agricultural University must be made through the UCAS system. This applies to all undergraduate courses and to all applicants from Home or Overseas.
All applications to study at the University are considered on academic grounds and candidates who may need additional support are encouraged to discuss their potential requirements with the University as early as possible in the admissions process to ensure these can be fully provided for.
The University is committed to achieving equal opportunities for all of its students and actively encourages potential students who may be disabled or have specific learning needs to make an application to study at the Royal Agricultural University. The University aims to create a supportive environment in which improvements to services and facilities, and progress towards a fully inclusive environment, are constantly sought.
Further advice and guidance for students with disabilities or specific learning needs can be found here.
Applying to Study
Please complete your application by the UCAS deadline to ensure we are able to offer you a place on your first choice course. If you have missed the undergraduate application deadline of 15th January do not worry as you can still apply via UCAS, late applications can be sent through UCAS until 30th June.
If you have used all five of your UCAS choices and not received any offers, UCAS Extra allows you to make one additional choice. The last date to add an Extra choice in Track is Wednesday 4th July 2018
Clearing is available July to September every year.
During Clearing, you’ll be able to apply for courses which have places remaining. You can use clearing if you apply after 30 June, did not receive or accept any offers or did not meet the conditions of your offer
If you would like to apply during UCAS Extra or Clearing, please check that we have places available.
We will accept and consider all late applications.