What reports are available to me as a UCAS registered centre?
Find out about the available tools and services in our Adviser Track and Reporting Guide. (688.16 KB)
Adviser Track 2018
|28 July||Last Applicant Status Report before SQA results day.|
|30 July, 18:00 – 7 August, 09:00||Adviser Track is not updated during this period.|
|7 August, 09:00||Adviser Track available from 09:00 on SQA results day.|
|10 August, 14:00 – 16 August, 07:00||Adviser Track is not updated during this period.|
|16 August, 07:00||Adviser Track available from 07:00 on A level results day.|
|18 August||Applicant Status Reports updated.|
|22 August||Applicant Status Reports updated.|
|29 August||Applicant Status Reports updated.|
|1 September||First Final Destination Report available to download.|
|15 September||Second Final Destination Report available to download.|
Apply for Advisers 2018 entry closes – please download your applications.
|6 October||Third Final Destination Report available to download in Adviser Track 2019. Download by 19 October.|
|19 October||Deadline to download your Final Destination Report.|
Adviser Track 2019
|20 October||Adviser Track open for 2019 entry.|
Before an applicant sends their application to you, we ask them if they’re happy for you to view their application after it has been submitted to us.
If they agree, you can then use Adviser Track to follow their progress once you have sent their application to UCAS.
Adviser Track keeps you up-to-date with your students’ applications so you can give them appropriate advice. Accessed through Apply for advisers, and available each year from November, hundreds of teachers use the tool throughout the year, especially in the lead up to results day.
- When you’re subscribed to Adviser Track, you can access it through Apply for advisers.
- You can track the offers your students receive from universities and colleges, using the ‘Search for applicants’ feature which is refreshed daily.
- You can view any offer conditions your students need to meet.
- You can then see the replies your students make to any offers they receive.
Application status explained
- Applicant Status Reports (ASRs) are updated every Wednesday and Saturday and give a snapshot of your students’ applications to date. Don’t forget you can access a daily update through the ‘Search for apps’ feature in Adviser Track.
- Final Destination Reports replace ASRs towards the end of the cycle (September and October), due to the high number of changes of applicant destinations at this time.
- Applicant Status Reports macro: you can use this Excel file (.xls) to reformat, filter and sort your weekly report in Adviser Track:
Your weekly reports will contain reference to institutional codes (e.g. BMET) and campus codes. The list of institution and campus codes (294 KB) will help you identify the institution and the campus. In your weekly reports, you will also see the course name identified. You can find out which courses are in which subject groups at the Higher Education Statistics Agency. These are known as JACS codes. The classification codes owned jointly by UCAS and HESA are only ever in the format of letter, number, number, number. The students would never see these.
- Adviser Track Report samples (1.67 MB)– includes examples of all files included in the Progression Report and the Competitors Report.
Where do I find Adviser Track?
How can I track my students’ applications on a daily basis?
What do all the abbreviations and symbols mean in Adviser Track?
How can I give my colleagues access to Adviser Track?
When does the Applicant Status Report (ASR) get updated?
What is a Final Destination Report (FDR)?
How do I order Adviser Track and when is it available?
How do I know if our UCAS-registered centre has Adviser Track and is on auto-renewal?
How do I get in touch with UCAS?
What is a Progression Report?
What is the Competitors Report?
Who can order the Progression and Competitor reports? How do I order the reports?
How do I access the reports and what format will they be in?
How do I find out who our UCAS Correspondent is?