You are here

UCAS’ response to HE White Paper

Mary Curnock Cook, UCAS' Chief Executive said: "We welcome these measures which will help ensure students can be confident about courses that offer a high quality education, will challenge them intellectually, and equip them to succeed in the graduate employment market.
Posted Fri 13 May 2016 - 15:38

"Transparency about access should mean that all applicants can be sure that they will be treated fairly in the admissions process, regardless of their ethnic or social background. To help meet the new transparency duty, UCAS will be publishing the first transparency reports for universities on 9 June.”

In response to the new transparency duty announced in the White Paper, UCAS will be publishing information about application, offer and acceptance rates by ethnicity, gender and socio-economic background on behalf of universities on Thursday 9 June. In addition, we will shortly be depositing detailed admissions data with the Administrative Data Research Network.

Notes to editors

UCAS is a charity that aims to inspire and facilitate progression in education through information and admissions services.

Using data and analysis to support non-traditional learners and those from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to benefit from HE is a specific objective in our Corporate Strategy.

We provide a wide range of data resources and services that support most research questions about admissions into higher education.

For more information please contact or call the press office on 01242 545469.


Related news