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. It's important you choose the right course for you.
We break down the factors that are worth taking into consideration when making your university shortlist.
We've compiled a list of guides to assist UCAS applicants with the university interview process to help you prepare.
The Russell Group is a collection of 24 British public universities committed to the highest standards of academic excellence in both teaching and research.
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If you’ve just received your A Level exam results and found you’ve achieved better grades than expected you are eligible to enter UCAS Adjustment.
A list of important dates and deadlines you need to be aware of if you're applying in 2020.
If you applied for five courses on your UCAS application and didn’t manage to secure any offers, or turned down all the ones you received, UCAS Extra gives you a second chance.
Our UCAS Frequently Asked Questions guide answers the most common questions asked by prospective undergraduates.
The UCAS tariff is a points system that measures achievement across a range of qualifications.
UCAS Track is an online system developed by UCAS that 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.
All you need to know about the UCAS application, including how to choose a degree, when to apply, writing the personal statement, and more.
If you have a disability or a particular learning difficulty, it is a good idea to get in touch with each institution you are going to apply to before submitting 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.