Managing your students’ applications
As a UCAS registered centre, you’ll get access to our free online services which allow you to manage and track your students’ applications.
Your students can link their applications to your registered centre — so you can monitor, advise, and check their UCAS Undergraduate applications from the start, before adding references and submitting to us.
For the 2020 cycle, our new adviser portal replaces and enhances our existing services. For the 2019 cycle, you will still need to use Apply for advisers.
Tracking your students’ applications post-submission
Adviser Track is accessed through Apply for advisers, and enables you to keep up-to-date with your students’ applications once they're submitted to us. You can track university decisions and make sure your students don't miss reply deadlines.
You can subscribe to Adviser Track at any time, for just £50 (+VAT) per year.
Find out more about reports available throughout the year in our Adviser Track and Reporting brochure (396.74 KB).
How we can support you
We’ve got lots of useful resources to help you, your students, and their parents throughout the year.
- Visit the dedicated advisers’ section for the latest news, advice, and toolkits, to help you throughout the cycle.
- We offer a wide range of training sessions and conferences for new and experienced teachers and advisers. Meet our team face-to-face and network with your peers.
- We also organise exhibitions for you and your students.
Resources for students
- We’re online to help – find out how at www.ucas.com – students can also interact with bloggers, and join discussions through our social media channels.
- Use the personal statement tool for advice for students on what to include, and how to structure their personal statement.
- Students and their parents can sign up to receive tailored information from us, as soon as they start thinking about their options.
Resources for parents
- Monthly newsletters – parents can sign up to receive regular emails, offering timely advice throughout the year.
- Parent videos and online tools – covering finance, funding, applying, open days, and much more.
- Host the UCAS widget on your website or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It links your students and their parents to key pages on ucas.com.
- Look out for your monthly email – the UCAS correspondent will receive the operational update each month from us at email@example.com.
- Forward the link to the adviser form to your colleagues, so they can sign up to receive the latest news too.
- It’s important that the UCAS correspondent keeps us up-to-date with the correct contact details for your centre.
Training and events
We can offer training and presentations to help you with undergraduate applications.
We offer advice and run events for advisers and agents working with international applicants.
- International student advisers
- International admissions officers at UK universities
You can also talk to us at international events around the world.
Our international resources
We provide a number of international guides, to give you what you need to help you make the most of our services.