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The well-known British University of Cambridge has ended the practice of applying for admissions on paper - for the first time, overseas applicants and those applying for a music scholarship can now apply online.
The Cambridge Online Preliminary Application (COPA) has been launched as part of the University's commitment to a user friendly application process and its introduction means that all undergraduate applications can now be made online, a university release said. The online application system, COPA, replaces the Cambridge Overseas Application Form (COAF), and the Choral and Organ Award Application Form. Whilst there's something to be said about the ritualistic apprehension of trying to fill in a crisp blue form in your best handwriting - and trying not to smudge, crease or fill it in incorrectly - online applications allow for easy editing; painless, receipted submission and improved legibility, a university spokesman said. The COPA enables the collegiate university to collect additional details to those captured by the Universities and Colleges Application Service (UCAS) application for applicants studying outside the EU, and those who would like to be considered for an organ or choral scholarship, the release said. This includes information such as passport number and whether an overseas interview is requested.
Courtesy: Times of India
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