Your consumer rights

Find out about the information a course provider is required to give you, before you make a decision about accepting an offer of a place.

Key documents

Find key information from UCAS, including our corporate strategy, Annual Report, and End of Cycle Reports.

Our services

UCAS is more than just an undergraduate admissions portal. We offer several services for different audiences, and those who want to reach them.

What is UCAS?

UCAS, the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service is an independent charity and the UK's shared admissions service for higher education.

Postgraduate subject areas

Here, we provide in-depth information about the range of subject areas you can study at postgraduate level.

Studying in Welsh

Studying higher education in Welsh can offer lots of career options – not just in Wales but further afield too. Find out more.

Choosing where to study or train

After GCSEs/National 5s, you could stay in school, go to a sixth form college, go to a further education (FE) college, or join a work-based training provider.

Cambridge Technicals

Facts about Cambridge Technicals: who they are for and what subjects are available.

BTEC diplomas

Facts about BTEC diplomas: who they are for, the different types, how they are taught, what you need to get on one, and what you can do afterwards.

Cambridge Pre-Us

Facts about Pre-U: who they are for, subjects, what's involved in taking one, and assessment and grades.

Additional funding

As well as a student loan, there’s other financial support available from a range of sources. Find out more about funding your undergraduate course.

Admissions tests

Some universities require you to sit an admissions test as part of the application process – discover the different types of assessment here.