Applying through UCAS
If you want to apply for a full-time undergraduate degree, you should apply through UCAS, the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. UCAS is the central organisation that processes applications for full-time undergraduate courses at UK universities and colleges.
All applications for admission to full-time (and sandwich) degrees, DipHE, foundation degrees and BTEC HND courses must be made online through UCAS. If you want to apply for part-time and distance learning courses, you will need to apply directly to the university.
You can choose to apply to UCAS for up to five different courses. If you choose just one course at one university or college, the fee is £12. If you enter more than one choice in the course section your application fee is £23.
To complete your UCAS application online you'll need the correct UCAS course code for each course you're applying for. You'll find these four digit codes (eg P500) in our prospectus, on the relevant course page of this website, or on the UCAS website itself. Along with the UCAS course code, you'll also need the Institution Code of the University; Staffordshire University's institution code is S72.
To find out more about the UCAS application process, visit the UCAS website.
Apply via UCAS