UCAS has published their model for PQA in a report called Reimagining Admissions (April 2021). This can be found by clicking on the link below:
The UK government is currently consulting about plans that could significantly change our young people who apply to universities both north and south of the border. SLS is holding an information webinar, chaired by Jim Thewliss, General Secretary on the Post Qualification Applications (PQA) proposals. It is vital that, if there are changes nobody will be disadvantaged. The proposed reform will change the way UCAS applications are completed and there would be knock-on effects for Scottish young people, staff and school calendars. The purpose of the webinar is to identify the advantages and disadvantages of PQA and to explore how a new system will affect Scotland’s educational system. A variety of invited speakers will highlight what they see as the headline issues of PQA, after which there will be an opportunity for questions and further discussion. Opinions expressed at the webinar will form the basis for the SLS response to the formal consultation and will be used in future discussions with Scottish Government Officials.
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This event is free to all SLS members
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.