I Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace Dwujezyczne in Gliwice (IB School 006264) is a registered UCAS Centre (there are only few schools - centres in Poland).
It means our students - applicants to British universities can make their application through our school and an experienced teacher - UCAS advisor provides advice and guidance at every stage of the process from. (i.e. when the application is ready we send it to UCAS).
More information about UCAS:
What is UCAS?
First of all, let's unpick what UCAS does. UCAS stands for Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. It's the centralised service that students use to apply to university. Basically, pretty much everyone who wants to study an undergraduate degree in the UK will have to apply through UCAS. They have a thorough and genial monopoly over the university application systems in the UK.
If anything, UCAS is the higher education cupid. Think of UCAS as an online dating service: through it you can select and apply to universities, the universities take your proposal and decide whether or not to offer you a place. It's all about helping students find the right university and helping universities find the right students.
Students use UCAS's online services, namely its 'Apply' function, to put together and send off their university applications. It's pretty much all done online, so you don't have to flap around with bits of paper. Essentially, they are there to make sure your application to university runs smoothly.
What does being a UCAS centre mean?
Being a UCAS centre means that applicants will be able to make their UCAS application through us and be able to manage all of the applications linked to our centre while also provide advice and guidance at every stage of the process.