Glasgow Caledonian University UCAS Code
The standard application fee is £17 for up to five choices and £7 for a single choice. Once they have your son or daughter’s application, UCAS will send it around the individual institutions. Each institution (and course) has a unique code which needs to be entered correctly on the application form; Glasgow Caledonian’s code is GCAL G42.
An important part of the application process is the Personal Statement, which allows your son or daughter to personalise their application and explain why they are applying for a particular course and institution.
You can track applications online through UCAS’s Track system.
Each university will respond in one of three ways:
- Conditional: Applicant must achieve certain exam results to be accepted.
- Unconditional: Applicant has satisfied all entry requirements.
- Unsuccessful: Applicant does not have the right qualifications, completed or pending, or there are no places left on the course applied for.
Your son or daughter has to pick two choices – one firm acceptance and one insurance acceptance.
What to do if your son or daughter applies unsuccessfully
Even if your son or daughter doesn’t receive any conditional or unconditional offers, all is not lost.
UCAS Extra enables applicants who find themselves without an offer, and who have used all five choices already, to have an additional choice through UCAS. Extra runs from mid-March to the end of June, when institutions list available courses online through UCAS Course Search.
Clearing provides an opportunity for those who do not meet the entry requirements or apply late to find a suitable course.