UCAS Customer Services 0371 468 0468

The helpline number shown above has been taken directly from the Customer Service website. Which can be found here.. Simply call to go through to the department.

 customer service helpline number
Industry Universities and Colleges Admissions
Best calling hours Mon-Fri
09:00-18:00 GMT
Main Address
New Barn Lane
GL52 3LZ

If you got the exam results you wanted, well done to you, if not don’t worry, there are still plenty of options open to you, to still get to where you want to be. Either way, your first port of call should be UCAS, the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service.

Ucas is the main point of contact for people applying for higher education courses throughout the United Kingdom. They have over 2.5 million applications per year and secure places for hopeful students at more than 340 different universities and colleges on over 100,000 courses. So, whatever plans you have for the future, your journey starts here.

The first thing to consider is what subject you wish to pursue or maybe you have a career in mind and not sure where to go next to achieve it? Then consider what type of study will be right for you? Are you able to study full time or do you need to consider other options such as a part time course and to work alongside it? Are you better at practical based learning or do the thoughts of pages of coursework and presentations entice you more?

Mostly there will be entry requirements for higher level courses, what grades you already need to have in order to take your study further, although in some instances even if you just lose out on some of your results you may still gain entry onto the right course for you.

Be sure to check your entry requirements, then see what colleges and universities offer your course or maybe you already have a place in mind and wish to check what places are available. 

At UCAS they don’t just offer help to secure courses but they also offer advice from what to study and how to choose the right course for you, but what other things you may need to consider such as how to prepare for a course, what equipment you may need, accommodation, and help with student finances, travel arrangements and also offer clubs, student unions and other social events and interests to discover to meet people and enhance your learning experience. Going to college or university is the richest and most rewarding experience that you will have, and you’ll want to make sure you are getting the most from it all round. 

Not sure of your options? here’s a breakdown of what is available to you..

  • Undergraduate courses – A one or two year long course, or a full degree that you can graduate from.
  • Performing Arts – courses at conservatives either at undergraduate or postgraduate level.
  • Teachers training – postgraduate level
  • Postgraduate – the courses you can do after you graduate from an undergraduate course or degree.

Open Monday to Friday between 8.30am to 6.00pm

Whether you wish to study Accountancy, French, English Literature, Film and visual culture, sports science or Zoology, You will want to contact UCAS, find out what’s on near you and get the support and information that you require to take you where you want to be…Good luck!