Jupas 2020 deadline postponed due to Hong Kong protest disruptions

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The university admissions system's announcement gives students more time to complete their applications

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You've got an extra week to fill in your Jupas forms.

The Joint University Programmes Admissions System (Jupas) this morning announced that the deadline for this year's applications has been extended. The deadline has been moved from Wednesday December 4, to Wednesday December 11, in view of the recent disruptions to the city.

The week's extension will allow more candidates to review and submit their applications, giving more time to students whose normal lives and classes have been disrupted by protests and school closures.

If you need some help completing the form, we have some professional advice to help you through the process here.

We also have details of the changes that were brought in last year, that are worth reminding yourself of here.

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