UCAS is a charity that processes applications to study full-time courses at universities, colleges and conservatoires in the UK.
However it’s not just about processing applications – UCAS’ aim is to help students make informed choices that are right for them, by guiding them through the entire higher education application process and beyond. To support this, UCAS provides a wide range of valuable information and services for applicants, their parents, and teachers.
Students can use www.ucas.com to find out how to get started, research their options, make their application and track its progress. There’s information especially for parents at www.ucas.com/parents, including details of the application process, a host of helpful video guides and a link to sign up for the UCAS monthly newsletter.
There are many useful websites to assist students to decide on the best course for them. These are some that we particularly recommend:
For facts and stats about degree courses, combined with unbiased expert advice and analysis:
More university searches plus useful calendar of open days:
Useful “student-centred” information
If you have any questions about the UCAS Apply process within The Chalfonts Sixth Form, please contact Kate Darvill on 01753 881614 or firstname.lastname@example.org.