UCAS is more than just an undergraduate admissions portal. We offer several services for different audiences, and those who want to reach them.

UCAS Undergraduate

More than three million applications are made every year. Part of our role is to guide prospective students (plus parents and advisers) along the right route, giving them the support and advice they need to make an informed decision about their future.


UCAS Conservatoires

The application service for both undergraduates and postgraduates keen to study practice-based music, dance, screen, production, and drama courses at the eight UK conservatoires in the scheme.


UCAS Teacher Training 

UCAS Teacher Training is an admissions service for graduates interested in becoming teachers. It covers full-time and part-time training programmes at universities, colleges, School-Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) providers, and School Direct providers in England and Wales.


UCAS Postgraduate

UKPASS (UK Postgraduate Application and Statistical Service) was established in 2007 to help universities recruit postgraduate students and give applicants a simple and efficient online application service. This service ceased to accept new applications from 18:00 (UK time) on 1 June 2018.

UCAS Postgraduate is our application management service which allows students to search and apply for postgraduate courses, and track the progress of their applications. UCAS Postgraduate is currently used by a selection of universities – see a list of universities that use the service.


UCAS Progress

UCAS Progress is an advice service that enables young people (aged 13 to 19) to find out more about higher and further education opportunities. We work with education providers and local authorities, giving students the chance to search, compare, and apply for both academic and vocational courses.


UCAS Media

UCAS Media is a commercial enterprise that offers trusted partners a suite of marketing solutions to help them reach students and their influencers.

We offer everything from research-based insights to creative services. These include online advertising, digital platforms, email marketing, social media, print advertising, direct mail, student events, data insight, and much more.


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