UCAS Contact Number0843 557 3708
The UCAS contact number takes the stress out of uni applications by connecting you to those who can help.
You May Need To Call the UCAS Contact Number To:
- Track your application.
- Find clearing vacancies.
- Questions about student finance or accommodation.
UCAS is the British university admissions system for students applying to higher education. To track your application, call the UCAS contact number. UCAS helps potential students by helping them choose which course and which level of study is right for them. Through UCAS, the student can then apply for their chosen course and UCAS will liaise with the university on their behalf. UCAS charges for its service, with the general cost being £11 to apply for one course, or £22 to apply for two or more. The application process includes qualifications and employment history, and all students must write an extensive personal statement about themselves and why they have chosen their course. They must also submit a reference, generally provided by a teacher or employer. UCAS will then notify the student as to whether they have a conditional, unconditional or no offer at all. A conditional offer is where the student will be accepted dependent on the grades. An unconditional offer is when the student already has the necessary grades. Students can be declined for many reasons, such as not meeting the entry requirements or failing an interview process.
UCAS stands for the University and College Admissions Service. It was formed in 1994 by the merger of several admissions councils. UCAS accepted paper applications until 2006, now it is only available online. To find out more about the UCAS service, visit the website here.
Number Direct is a telephone directory and call routing service and is not connected to UCAS. The direct contact number for UCAS can be found in the public domain or on their official website.