UCAS Application Guide
Some universities and colleges require that you pass an admissions test as well as standard qualifications if you are applying for courses in particular subjects.
We outline what you should consider when deciding which degree subject to apply for, and help you narrow down your options so you choose the best course for you.
We break down the factors that are worth considering when making your university shortlist.
The Russell Group universities are committed to the highest standards of academic excellence.
All the answers to the most commonly asked questions about university open days.
The 2020 University League Tables are a great way of seeing which universities are the best out there in the UK.
Get the facts about Oxford and Cambridge with our guide to help you choose between these two leading universities.
Achieved better exam results than expected? Consider UCAS Adjustment for a better future.
A list of important dates for those applying to university in 2020.
Haven't managed to secure any offers, or turned down all the ones you received? UCAS Extra gives you a second chance.
Our UCAS FAQs guide answers the most common questions asked by prospective students.
The UCAS tariff is a points system that measures achievement across a range of qualifications.
UCAS Track allows you to check the progress of your application once you’ve submitted it.
Part of the UCAS application form involves getting someone to write you a reference, normally written by someone who knows you at school or college.
A guide to helping your child fill out their UCAS application online.
If you have a disability or a particular learning difficulty, it is a good idea to get in touch with each institution you wish to apply to before sending off your UCAS application.
There are many reasons international students choose to study for a degree in the UK. Get information on UCAS and what you need to do to apply to study in the UK.