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CANDIDATURES ANGLOPHONES : ÉTUDIER AU ROYAUME-UNI, AUX USA, AUX PAYS-BAS, AU CANADA ETC.

CANDIDATURES ANGLOPHONES : ÉTUDIER AU ROYAUME-UNI, AUX USA, AUX PAYS -BAS, en IRLANDE etc.

Publié le mercredi 19 octobre 2016 15:58 - Mis à jour le jeudi 21 janvier 2021 14:06

A. INFORMATIONS TEMPORAIRES

UK GOVERNMENT INFORMATION REGARDING UK NATIONALS BEING ELIGIBLE FOR HOME FEE STATUS UNTIL 2028 :

UK nationals in the EU, the EEA or Switzerland

The Department for Education (DfE) in England has published guidance (11 August 2020), titled UK nationals in the EEA and Switzerland: access to higher education and 19+ further education. It provides for UK nationals and their children who have been living in the EEA, Switzerland, Gibraltar, and the UK, to remain eligible for home fee status and student finance in the circumstances described in that guidance for courses starting before 1 January 2028.

UK nationals in the EEA and Switzerland: access to higher education and 19+ further education - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)  

UK GOVERNMENT INFORMATION REGARDING ELIGIBILITY RULES FOR HOME FEE STATUS AND STUDENT FINANCE FOR THE 2021/22 ACADEMIC YEAR

New eligibility rules for home fee status and student finance for the 2021/22 academic year (publishing.service.gov.uk)

 

B. INFORMATIONS PERMANENTES : PROCÉDURES POUR CANDIDATER EN PAYS ET CURSUS ANGLOPHONES

1. CONSEILS SPÉCIFIQUES UCAS (ROYAUME-UNI) - IL EST VITAL EGALEMENT DE TÉLÉCHARGER ET DE SUIVRE LES INFORMATIONS CI-DESSOUS EN FORMAT PDF INTITULÉES "LFJM - TIPS FOR FILLING IN YOUR UCAS FORM".

Ce lien contient des informations très utiles pour les ressortissants étrangers qui font leurs études au R-U, surtout concernant le financement :

https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/

Afin de vous aider dans la procédure UCAS, vous trouverez ci-dessous deux liens utiles :

https://www.ucas.com/

https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate

Voir d'abord :

1. what and where to study

et ensuite

2. applying to university

 

UCAS : CANDIDATER EN LIGNE

Quand ils recevront le code spécifique du lycée (buzzword), les candidats pourraient commencer à rédiger leurs candidatures sur le site UCAS. Ils ne doivent pas essayer de s'enregistrer en tant que candidat individuel.

a)      avant de commencer, il est utile de visionner cette vidéo sur la procédure en ligne : https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/what-and-where-study/ucas-undergraduate-what-study

b)      la première étape consiste à se créer un compte : register. Lors de cette étape, il est nécessaire de rentrer le code spécifique du lycée ou buzzword, qui permet au candidat d’être associé à notre établissement. Le "buzzword" peut être obtenu auprès du professeur réferent. Par la suite, les candidats peuvent se loguer avec leur "user name" et "password" et compléter leur candidature.

 

NOTES PREDICTIVES

Pour information, les "notes prédictives" sont établies en commission. Il est important de préciser que ces notes n'ont de valeur QUE pour la procédure UCAS. Elles n'ont pas vocation à être utilisées pour d'autres cursus, surtout ceux relevant de Parcoursup pour des poursuites d'études en France.

Les élèves pourront les obtenir lors du rendez-vous avec leur professeur référent et éventuellement en discuter avec le professeur de terminale de la discipline concernée. Si ce professeur est favorable au changement de la note, il en informera le professeur référent qui effectuera la modification.

 

HOW TO CHOOSE A COURSE: ADVICE FOR CANDIDATES IN ENGLISH

If you are considering applying to the UK, particularly Oxford or Cambridge, you must do the following over the summer preceding your final year, i.e. Terminale:


1) Use the UCAS search tool (digital.ucas.com/search) to refine your choices of course and university. Apply the filters to help narrow down your choices. Remember, even if you are applying to Oxbridge, you need to consider other universities, as you are more likely NOT to get into Oxbridge than the contrary! Look carefully at the course details, the number of contact hours, the options, possibilities to study aboard or partake in exchanges as well as extra-curricular factors such as location, price of accommodation, ease of access to Brussels etc.


2) Refer to the specific university and course websites to get in-depth information about the course and admissions requirements. If you can't find this online, for example regarding French BAC requirements, contact the university by email or telephone to ask. Most UK universities have dedicated advisers to answer all your questions.


3) Where possible, try to attend university open days. If you cannot make these, take the opportunity to visit the universities if you can. You can very often make a private appointment and in some cases arrange for a guided tour by a student ambassador.


4) Some courses, particularly at Oxbridge, require you to take admissions tests. Check the course website to find out if this is necessary, when the test dates are, where you can take this test and how to prepare for these. Specific information about Oxford and Cambridge admissions tests can be found here:
www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/applying-to-oxford/guide/admissions-tests

www.admissionstesting.org/


5) Use the information on this page and on the UCAS website (www.ucas.com/undergraduate/applying-university/how-write-ucas-undergraduate-personal-statement) to write a first draft of your personal statement. Seek advice from and get this checked by as many English-speaking people you know but remember, it MUST be personal!

TO BE AS WELL PREPARED AS POSSIBLE, ALL THESE TASKS SHOULD BE COMPLETED FOR SEPTEMBER 1ST OF YOUR TLE YEAR. THIS IS ABSOLUTELY VITAL IF YOU ARE AN OXBRIDGE CANDIDATE.

 

ON RESULTS DAY

Once you have received your results, you should immediately check with the university of your choice to find out how they would like them to be sent. Most will want a copy of the original results (le relevé des notes) and a certified translation. Use the generic document below to translate these where necessary then bring the document into school to be signed or stamped by any of the CPE.

You should then send these off to the email address you will have been given (usually the admissions office) and await their reply. Do not hesitate to call if you have any questions.

Even if you did not get the grades required, you should still do this and contact the admissions office by phone or email to explain the situation. If you only fell short by a few tenths of a mark, there is still a chance your application will be accepted.

Should this not be the case, you should inform you UCAS adviser so we can provide you with a covering letter if necessary or help you with clearing: https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/results-confirmation-and-clearing/what-clearing

Good luck!

 2. CONSEILS POUR D’AUTRES CURSUS ANGLOPHONES

Voir les pdf ci-dessous « Anglophone Universities non-UK » et aussi University College Dublin (Irlande).

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