Today UCAS publishes statistics on all full-time undergraduate applications submitted on time for the 30 June deadline – the final chance for applicants to submit a selection of university and college choices through the main scheme. Applications received after this date go into Clearing.
The total number of 2014 cycle applicants at the 30 June deadline is 659,030, an increase of 4% compared to the same point last year.
There are seven publications in this release. The first, Deadline Applicant Statistics: June, is a summary report. The remaining six June Deadline Analysis publications focus on a single analytical topic in detail.
All releases report the 2014 cycle in the context of a five cycle time series.
Deadline Applicant Statistics: June
June deadline applicants in the standard format as used in the October, January and March deadline statistical releases. It summarises applicants by domicile, country of institution and whether they are reapplying or not.
There were 659,030 applicants at the June deadline in 2014.
June Deadline Analysis: Domicile
Applicants by domicile group, country of the UK, English region and overseas country.
There were 544,580 applicants from the UK at the June deadline, 45,380 from other EU countries and 69,060 from countries outside the EU.
June Deadline Analysis: Sex and age
Applicants by sex, age and domicile.
At the June deadline there were 376,860 women and 282,170 men.
June Deadline Analysis: Reapplicants
Applicants by domicile group and whether they made an application last year.
69,160 applicants had also applied in the previous cycle.
June Deadline Analysis: Number of applications
Applicants by domicile and the number of applications they have made.
474,830 applicants made the maximum number of five applications.
June Deadline Analysis: Institution country and Tariff group
Applications by domicile of applicant, country of institution and Tariff group of institution.
In total 2,825,070 applications were made.
June Deadline Analysis: Subject
Applications by domicile of applicant, and subject group of course.
Applicants made 111,030 applications to the Computer Sciences subject group.