Attention all UCAS correspondents
UCAS adviser portal launches Tuesday 19 March replacing Apply for advisers and Adviser Track for your 2020 cohort. UCAS will email correspondents to confirm when it’s live and provide them with all the information needed to register, sign in, and start setting up their centre’s account details for the 2020 cycle. In the meantime here’s a reminder of what correspondents need to do, and how they can prepare
Adviser Portal twilight live demo in Glasgow and Edinburgh (19 and 20 March respectively) – don’t miss the chance to get a live demo and ask questions face-to-face. Book now to join us at your local regional twilight roadshow.
Please find below a link to the Commissioner for Fair Access’ first annual report which was published this morning at 9.30. The Commissioner would like you to have sight of this along with the accompanying press release, also below.
Fair Access Commissioner sets a challenge to all: be bolder to achieve fair access
Curriculum for Excellence Statements and general entry requirements to Scotland’s HEIs
(The Higher Education scene is constantly changing. Please consult websites for up to date information)
There are several Widening Access bodies across Scotland responsible for delivering activities in schools or on campus. These activities are designed to encourage young people to consider applying for higher education. The main bodies are:
The University of Glasgow Admission Statement will be published here shortly. It provides a full and detailed list of entry requirements for Autumn 2017. This provides information for standard entry as well as adjusted entry for those from a widening participation background. Members are asked to familiarise themselves with this information and pass it on to potential higher education applicants.