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UCAS Progress Search and Apply maintenance: 15 – 17 December

UCAS Progress Search and Apply will be unavailable from 20:00 on Friday 15 December until 23:59 (UK time) on Sunday 17 December, due to planned maintenance.

During this time, you will be unable to access, work on, or submit your application. Teachers and advisers will also be unable to review applications, or add references.

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UCAS Progress phone lines availability – 13 December

Our UCAS Progress phone lines will be unavailable at the following times on Wednesday 13 December, due to staff training:

  • 11:55 – 13:15
  • 14:55 until close (17:00)
They will reopen as usual from 09:00 on Thursday 14 December.

How to use UCAS Progress

Search and apply for a range of courses through UCAS Progress – from A levels to apprenticeships. Watch our videos and download our guide for help.
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Find out how to search for courses using UCAS Progress.
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Self register an account on UCAS Progress.
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Once you've filled in all of your details, you don't need to do it again. Find out how with this simple guide.
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Tips and advice on how to write a personal statement
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Apply to courses using UCAS Progress.
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Find out how to follow the progress of your application and respond to offers.
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These video guides explain how to use the UCAS Progress service. They cover everything from searching for courses and adding them to your favourites, through to applying and managing your offers. They also explain how to register yourself if your school is not already using UCAS Progress. Before self-registering for the service, remember to check with your teacher to see if your school has already registered you. 

You can also download our Guide to using UCAS Progress (1.05 MB) 

Before you search for courses, make sure you've done your research first. Follow our step-by-step guide for hints and tips as to what to do when. Find out how to get into different jobs by exploring jobs in our find career ideas section. 

If you're ready to start exploring courses, check out UCAS Progress Search