Stay connected with UCAS

We're here to support and guide you through every step of the higher education application process, from deciding which path to take, to tracking the progress of your application and heading off to university or college. We know it can sometimes seem daunting, but we're here to help you as much as we can.


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Get our newsletter to stay on top of all the information you'll need, and to make sure you'll never miss a deadline! Each month, we'll send you tips of applying, keeping track of your application, and useful advice on tricky sections, like how to write your personal statement.


Download our free news app

Need help and advice on demand? Download our free news app for regular updates about the application process, alongside info about unusual careers and how to get into them, interesting features on a wide (and eclectic) range of topics, insider info on student life, and notifications of upcoming events.

Read the news you want to read! You can personalise the app to get information that's important to you, including getting tailored content straight to your newsfeed only about the course providers you are interested in.

This wealth of information in your pocket is available to download for free, for both Apple and Android devices.


Stay connected

If you haven't already, take a look at our:

  • video wall – over 1,000 videos covering work, money, uni life, and much more, plus loads of UCAS 'how-to' videos to help you through each stage of the application process
  • social media – we update our social media channels every day, so there's always up-to-date news, info, competitions, and advice to read about
  • blogs – topics include student finance, interview tips, deadline reminders, and how to enter qualifications on your application
  • student bloggers – get tips and advice from people who have been there and done that
  • web chats – live and interactive Q&A sessions on all sorts of topics, ranging from personal statements and uni life, to Clearing and student loans
  • case studies – read about the experiences of dozens of students of all ages and backgrounds

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