The UCAS helpline (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) can be contacted by phone: Open Monday-Friday – 8:30 AM-6:00 PM.
UCAS Telephone Helpline Hours
The UCAS helpline is available to take your call Monday-Friday – 8:30 AM-6:00 PM. Holiday phone hours may be different.
|Monday||8:30 AM||6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||8:30 AM||6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||8:30 AM||6:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:30 AM||6:00 PM|
|Friday||8:30 AM||6:00 PM|
Tips for Contacting the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service
• When you call the UCAS phone number, have any of the details ready that may assist with your call. This might include your course details, account or login information, personal details and card details, should you be making a payment.
• You will be prompted by an automated voice messaging system, listen for the phone prompts.
The team at the UCAS customer service number can help with a range of issues, including:
• Advice on University choices
• Making an application
• Finding out entry requirements
• Advice on funding
• Using the undergraduate application system
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I make an application?
You must first be registered with UCAS before you can make an application. The process can be tough as there is a lot of information to fill out with your University application, but UCAS can assist and will have plenty of advice along the way. To speak to a UCAS adviser, call the UCAS number above.
What is meant by “entry requirements”?
Entry requirements are the minimum criteria needed to start studying at a college or university. This varies from place to place. The list of entry requirements is available online at the UCAS website or you can ring the UCAS telephone number and speak to an adviser to find out more.
What happens after my application has been sent?
UCAS advisers will process your application after you’ve sent it in and will send you a welcome email. The email will include a Personal ID – you can use this to check the progress of your application at any time through the UCAS contact number or website.
Does UCAS offer a student loan service?
UCAS does not directly offer student finance, but can help in sharing your information with your local funding organisation. Finance for UK undergraduate applications and help with applications can be found on the UCAS website.
About the UCAS
UCAS (The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) is a registered charity based in the United Kingdom. It operated the application for colleges and British universities across the UK. It receives it’s income from the fees charged to applicants as well as advertising and a fee charged to universities.
The services UCAS provides include:
• Online application portals
• Free information on universities and applications
• Advice to students considering higher education
• Helping students with paperwork
The organisation was formed in 1992 through the merger of UCCA (Universities Central Council on Admissions) and PCAS (Polytechnics Central Admissions System). In recent years, UCAS has stopped using paper applications and now only accepts applications that are dome online through the UCAS website.
Just about all universities and higher education colleges in the UK use UCAS as their application service and any student applying for an undergraduate, must use the UCAS service.
The personal statement that is required in the application is vital to acceptance into universities and colleges and UCAS offers assistance and advice on what is expected of applicants. The subject matter includes interests, suitability, achievements and commitment to education.
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Table of Contents
- 1 UCAS Telephone Helpline Hours
- 2 Tips for Contacting the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service
- 3 Frequently Asked Questions
- 4 About the UCAS