What do we know about progression for the second cohort of students with T Levels?

The 2023 cycle marked the second year that students in England with T Levels used the skills and knowledge they developed to access the right next step for them, from apprenticeships and higher education to employment. That is something to recognise on T Levels Day of National Apprenticeship Week 2024.

Philippa Alway, Senior Policy Adviser (Apprenticeships and Skills), UCAS8 Feb 2024, 08:56

Children of prisoners: Forgotten, invisible, and HE needs to act

Students with imprisoned parents are a disadvantaged group who need support throughout their educational journey in order to thrive and be supported to progress on to higher education.

Pippa Blythe, Widening Participation Project Coordinator, University of Cambridge12 Jul 2023, 08:53

Why it’s time for everyone to ‘think international’ 

With the 2023 update to UK Government’s International Education Strategy (IES) and UCAS projecting that international undergraduate applicants will see a 60% increase by 2030, it is a timely opportunity to take stock. In this blog, UCAS reflects on how far we’ve come over the past four years, and why it’s never been more critical for the sector, including us at UCAS, to ‘think international.’

Des Cutchey, International Development Lead, and Carys Willgoss, Principal Policy Adviser30 May 2023, 12:41

Time for some post-match (consultation) analysis

At the time of writing, we’re 97 days on from the closing date for the HE strategy and policy reform consultation – a major piece of work, which has occupied UCAS and indeed the whole education sector since the Augar Review first landed in 2018.

Carys Willgoss, Principal Policy Adviser 11 Aug 2022, 11:17