A guide to help you prepare for your results day.
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We know that your results day is a big day for you and a vital step in your higher education journey.
Unlike other universities, we always deal directly with you – and results day won’t be any different. If you are an LIS offer holder, LIS won’t receive your results through UCAS or from your school. Similarly, you won’t be able to see any updates from LIS on your UCAS Track or through teachers at your school or college.
Instead, we’ll have a chat over the phone with you on your results day, to hear how your results went. Although results day can be busy and nerve-wracking, we want you to make the best decision for your next steps. We hope that the day goes exactly how you hope and expect, but even if it doesn’t, we’ll be here to talk to you about your options.
In the meantime, to help alleviate some of those pre-results day worries, here’s some information on what you can expect from us, and a few tips on how to best organise yourself for the day.
Before results day, LIS will email you to assign you a window when you can expect a call from a member of the LIS team.
Phone calls should last around 20 minutes and you’ll be able to discuss:
If you miss your call from us, that’s okay – you can phone us directly on the day on 0203 409 1912. We will be taking a lot of calls on the day, so please don’t panic if you don’t get through immediately. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of or on your results day to arrange a time slot for us to phone you.
Here’s a checklist to help you get ready for results day:
3 easy steps
LIS does not participate in UCAS Clearing, but you can apply to LIS directly during the Clearing period.
You can complete our application form in 15 minutes by clicking the link below. Make sure you fill in all the information correctly and to the best of your ability. We might ask you to clarify details via email if anything is missing, so be sure to keep an eye on your inbox.
If you’re an eligible candidate (see our BASc Admissions Policy for more information), you’ll be invited to an online Selection Day, where you’ll meet two of our team members. This interview is a great opportunity for you to tell us more about yourself, what you’re passionate about, and how you think.
Following your interview, you’ll hear from our team within 48 hours* regarding the outcome of your application. If you are offered a place with us, your place will be contingent on the verification of your grades; you will have seven days to do this.
*Please note that there may be a delay in receiving the outcome of your application due to information missing, being incorrect, or requiring further clarification in your application form.
We’ve answered some of the questions you may have below.
LIS is not part of UCAS and does not participate in Clearing. However, we continue to accept applications on a rolling basis, so you could still apply to LIS directly and be accepted in time for the autumn 2022 term.
The deadline to apply to LIS for the 2022 cohort is Friday the 2nd of September.
In order to start the term on time, you will need to accept your offer by Monday the 12th of September 2022.
If you’re holding an offer for LIS and other institutions through UCAS, we will be in touch with you to explain your options.
You can also reach out to our admissions team at any point if you have specific questions. Please get in touch with email@example.com.
We will make every reasonable effort to facilitate deferred entry for students who wish to enrol at LIS at a later date. You can speak to our team about deferring when we call you on results day. Alternatively, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about how deferring works.
LIS is an official provider of Higher Education and can be found on the OfS Register of Providers. Being a registered provider means that students who study at LIS will be able to access student finance (including both tuition fees and maintenance loans).
Don’t panic! You can accept your offer at LIS and then update your Student Finance England (SFE) application to ensure that you receive your loans. To do this, you will need to contact SFE directly. We would recommend that you do this as soon as possible after accepting your offer so that your loans arrive for the start of term.
You can log into your account at www.gov.uk/studentfinance and change your university by clicking the following: Your account, Change your application, University/college course. Once you have done so, SFE will re-assess your application and will inform you of any changes to your student finance as soon as possible.
Yes, you can still apply for student finance loans by visiting www.gov.uk/studentfinance. Please note that applications can take up to six weeks to process, and in the eventuality that the Student Loans Company (SLC) are unable to give you all your money right away, they will do their best to provide you with initial funding as close to the start of term as possible.
We’re monitoring the latest guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO), UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), and Public Health England to ensure we have the latest information available and can adapt our response accordingly.
If you’ve applied to LIS, chances are you’ve spoken to Anastasia, our Admissions Associate. You can get in touch with her at any point by email or phone – She’s happy to answer any questions you may have about the admissions process, how we run Selection Days, results day, or LIS in general.
Contact Anastasia at email@example.com or call LIS on
0203 409 1912 to speak with her or another member of the LIS team on the phone.