Updating the 'Choose your courses' flow for the new cycle

All courses will be on Apply for the 2022 to 2023 cycle. As a result, we needed to update the ‘Choose your course’ flow.

Removing the need to choose a course first

We decided to remove the ‘Choose a course first’ page that candidates saw when they first logged into Apply.

There’s no need for candidates to check if a course is on UCAS before completing their application.

Screenshot of 'Choose a course first' page.
Choose a course first

Removing the ‘Choose your courses’ page

We’ve also removed the ‘Choose your courses’ (also shown as ‘Choosing courses’) page which explains that candidates may need to apply for some courses on UCAS.

Screenshot of 'Choose your courses' page.
Choose your courses

Candidates can see the “You can apply for up to 3 courses” message when they land on their application page.

Screenshot of 'Your application' page with the line of guidance saying you can apply for up to 3 courses.
Your application

The ‘Choose your courses’ link on the application page now goes directly to ‘Do you know which course you want to apply to?’.

Screenshot of 'Do you know which course you want to apply to?' question.
Do you know which course you want to apply to?

If you delete a course choice from the course choices index page, you’re redirected to the ‘Do you know which course you want to apply to?’ page again.