UCAS


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UCAS

(in Britain)
Universities and Colleges Admissions Service
www.ucas.co.uk
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Last year 495,595 people secured a place at university or college through UCAS, with a record 57,100 being accepted through clearing.
Councillor Rachel Andrew, lead member for children's services for Walsall Council, said: "We're very positive about introducing UCAS Progress within the Walsall area because of the support it offers to young people making career choices.
For more information on Clearing, see the UCAS website.
Some of these students will have qualifications, such as overseas exams, that are not recognised by UCAS, the report says, but many will be people without prior qualifications who are looking for a "second chance" to improve their life chances through higher education.
Your UCAS application will be reviewed by the admissions tutor for the course to which you have applied, and a decision will be made as to whether or not you may be offered a place.
This is more flexible than an ISR system," says Work, who adds that he's not suggesting the UCAS will replace manned aircraft, but rather complement them.
UCAS is located on the campus of a four-year higher-education institution, the Utah Valley State College (UVSC), which has proven itself eager to support the ECHS mission.
Talk to your careers adviser or tutors at your school or college for any advice they can offer n Check what courses are available on the UCAS web site or in the papers
Help is at hand from UCAS, the Cheltenham-based Universities and Colleges Admissions Service.
The beleaguered SQA sent 18,410 corrections to UCAS, the body which handles applications for university places, during the great exams fiasco.
UCAS has made a decision and UCAS is an independent body," the spokesman added.
Recently UCAS asked all those who started graduate teacher training programmes in 2013 what advice they had for anyone thinking about taking up a career in teaching.