Qualifications entered in Apply
Qualifications entered in Apply sometimes don’t match the data we receive from exam boards. We’ll be emailing students whose AS and A level qualifications don’t match those they entered on their application. Please advise your students to reply if we contact them, or get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com. A list of those students will be sent to relevant UCAS registered centres this month.
Changes to exam details entered in Apply?
If there are any changes to the exam details your students entered in Apply, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org, and let the universities and colleges know too. If results can’t be matched with what was entered in Apply, your students might be delayed in getting Confirmation decisions, or may lose their place.
Our 2018 entry services are now live
- Sign in to Apply for advisers 2018 using the new username and password that we emailed you in May. If you need any help using Apply, get in touch with our Schools Team on 0345 123 8001.
- Students planning to go to university or college in 2018 can now search for courses using our new-look search tool – for more information on what’s changed, check out the adviser news article. Students can also begin their 2018 applications, although completed applications cannot be sent to us until 6 September 2017.
Join our Secondary Education Advisory Group
Interested in representing the pre-HE sector, focusing on the impact of UCAS’ current and future products, systems, and services? Join our Secondary Education Advisory Group! The minutes from the 24 January meeting are now available
Why is identifying estranged young people in HE crucial?
Stand Alone explains in its blog.
We’ve recently updated our Tariff resources
Supporting students to make informed decisions about their future?
Get better prepared at UCAS’ Inspiring choices and progression to HE adviser conference, on 13 June 2017 in Central London. Don’t miss out on this great event
2018 exhibition dates and locations now confirmed
Booking for 2018 isn’t open yet, but you can get ahead of the game and register your interest now in a 2018 exhibition
UCAS’ Professional Development Team is here to help!
With a wide range of training and presentations available – for new and experienced advisers – find out how UCAS’ Professional Development Team can help you and your colleagues get up-to-date and prepared.
Download the qualification categories list for Apply for advisers
Download the qualification categories list, which identifies the category and all the qualifications in that category, to help you set up a shortlist in Apply for advisers.
Advice on personal statements
Point your students in the right direction for help on how to write their personal statement with our handy tool. It helps them think about what they need to include, and how to structure their statement.
Get your colleagues signed up
Make sure your colleagues don’t miss out on relevant, timely information from us direct to their inbox. Simply get them signed up for updates – remember to advise colleagues to add our domain (@ucas.ac.uk) to their list of allowed users, to avoid our emails being filtered as spam or junk mail
Keep up-to-date with Adviser Track
Adviser Track can help you keep up-to-date with your students’ applications, so you can give them appropriate advice throughout the year, especially in the lead-up to results days.
From 18:00 on Friday 16 June until 23:59 on Sunday 18 June, the following services will be unavailable while we carry out maintenance:
o UCAS Undergraduate Track
o UCAS Conservatoires Apply and Track
We are carrying out some planned maintenance on Friday 23 June until Saturday 24 June. This means at times, you may become disconnected from Apply for advisers. Please do not make any changes during the following times:
o 07:30 – 08:00 on Friday 23 June
o 07:30 – 08:00 on Saturday 24 June
o 14:00 – 15:00 on Saturday 24 June
UCAS Undergraduate Apply may also become disconnected – we’re advising applicants to save their progress regularly, and avoid making changes to their application at the times listed above.
Between 09:00 and 11:00, on Saturday 24 June, UCAS Undergraduate Track and Adviser Track will be unavailable