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Admissions Procedures - UCAS

1.9. Processing of applications

1.91. Once a UCAS paperless application record has been received in York St John University it is initially processed by trained Admissions staff. This process highlights relevant pieces of information on the application form for the benefit of the selectors, as well as ensuring that minimum entry criteria are met.

1.92. Applicants whose record suggests there us a query around their fee status are highlighted and sent a ‘Fee Status Questionnaire’ to complete.

1.93. Those who fail to meet the minimum entry criteria and do not qualify for alternative routes into the institution are rejected at this stage. The decision is transmitted to UCAS through overnight processing, along with a coding identifying that the applicant has failed to meet the minimum entry criteria.

1.94. Applications are then passed to the Selectors to make a decision on entry.


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