Discover what the Hub has to offer for students exploring their next steps
The UCAS Hub puts the power of choice in the hands of your students. As well as bringing together a huge breadth of options on one screen, it allows them to carefully explore and compare different paths without feeling overwhelmed. Along their journey they can save favourites for a truly personalised journey. They can also delve into the detail when they’re ready, and have everything easily to hand when they start applying, to ensure a seamless experience.
Meeting the Gatbsy Benchmarks and CDI Framework
Wondering how the UCAS Hub can support you in implementing the Gatsby Benchmarks and CDI Framework?
Our free download explains how the Hub and a variety of UCAS tools can help.
Hub lesson plans
Each student can use their Hub to explore their own personal passions, skills, and attributes and create a dashboard with their tailored requirements.
Use our free lesson plans to discover how to explore the Hub in the classroom.
What tools and resources are on offer?
We offer a number of tools geared towards career development and next steps for students, from information and guidance, to quizzes, events and live webinars, and personalised recommendations. Some of these tools are found in the Hub, behind a log in. You and your students can set up an account to access these.
For students working out what their next steps are after school or college, UCAS offers a wealth of tools, information and guidance, and advice – from subjects to quizzes and events.
Students can discover what courses other students with similar subjects and qualifications applied for using our new data tool.
Our subject guides are the best place to start to research options, covering advice, careers, pathways and peer-to-peer insight.
Our industry guides break down different apprenticeship careers with what to expect, salary information and FAQs.
Our exhibitions across the UK are the perfect way for students to talk to experts to help them shortlist their options.
Students can apply to apprenticeships and traditional degree routes at the same time. Find out more about apprenticeships, from researching to applications.
Our Careers Quiz provides a range of personalised career matches based on students’ interests.
Students can use the Hub and their personalised dashboard to build out their choices and compare their options. They can even talk to students to get more insight into their chosen subject.
The Hub learns from students’ profiles to suggest relevant content, events, next steps and pathway options.
Students can find out more about their chosen subject by chatting with university students via UniBuddy.
Simply by using the heart icon across ucas.com in their early research, students can collect favourite pages, subjects, courses, and more.
When students are ready to apply, UCAS offers a helping hand; from personal statement advice and a tariff calculator, to our Career Finder tool to apply to jobs and apprenticeships directly.
The personal statement builder breaks down what to include in different sections, guiding students through whilst counting characters.
Students can input their qualifications and grades to work out their UCAS Tariff points to see if they meet entry requirements.
Your students can use our apprenticeship and graduate job search to see and apply for hundreds of live jobs and apprenticeships.
Watch a demo
Get to know all about the Hub’s features and what it has to offer your students, with our handy video showing students’ favourite parts and how other teachers and advisers use the Hub in lessons.
Accessing the Hub from the adviser portal
Discover what the Hub has to offer, all from your adviser portal – create your own favourites list, put together a list of pages to refer to in the classroom, and experience the Hub just like your students do.
Simply navigate to the icon in the top right-hand corner of your screen when you’ve signed in (as shown in the screenshot) and select ‘Hub’. This will take you straight to the Hub dashboard so you can start exploring.
We had no idea the Hub had so many tools that we could use with our students. We’ll be using the Hub to support research into careers and apprenticeship opportunities available to our students.