The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) connects people to universities, post-university studies, teacher training, apprenticeships, and internships.
You can use the website to apply to universities and post-16 providers, find information about your options post-16, choosing a subject, fees, your personal statement, interviews and auditions, completing your application, preparing for studies, and much more. Advice for Students with Disabilities
UCAS advise that students with disabilities should
talk to course providers about their needs. Find out:
• Does the support available meet your individual needs?
• How does the course provider currently support other students with a similar impairment?
• Can anyone help with applications for Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs)?
• Will you need to provide proof of your disability – if so, what is required?
• If you find it hard to talk to the course provider, can you nominate someone else on your behalf? UCAS ProgressUCAS Progress
is a division of UCAS providing a search and application portal for students on their post-16 options.UCAS UndergraduateUCAS Undergraduate
is a division of UCAS providing a search and application portal for undergraduate options.UCAS ConservatoiresUCAS Conservatoires
is a division of UCAS providing a search and application portal for performance-based music, dance, drama, and musical theatre courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level. PostgraduatePostgraduate
is a division of UCAS providing information about postgraduate options.