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 more.
Advice for Students With Physical or Mental Health Conditions and Learning Differences
Every year, over 60,000 students with physical and/or mental health conditions and learning differences apply through UCAS to study at a university or college in the UK, and access a range of support to help them succeed with their studies, day-to-day activities, travel, and lifestyle. The UCAS website offers detailed guidance for students with disabilities.
UCAS offers information and advice about post-16 options (such as sixth form, college, traineeships, and apprenticeships).
UCAS Undergraduate is a search and application portal for undergraduate options.
UCAS Teacher Training is a search portal for teacher training programmes.
UCAS Conservatoires is a search and application portal for performance-based music, dance, drama, and musical theatre courses (at undergraduate and postgraduate level).
UCAS Postgraduate provides information about postgraduate options.
UCAS offers tools, information, and advice to help you find your dream job.