The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives you the right of access to information held by public bodies that is not routinely available from other sources. The Information Commissioner has set out all the details of how it works in Your Guide to Openness (PDF).
UCAS is a charity, not a government body. The Freedom of Information Act does not apply to UCAS in the way it does to almost all public authorities. It is subject to Freedom of Information from 1 November 2011, but only in relation to some of its functions. These are set out in The Freedom of Information (Designation as Public Authorities) Order 2011. These functions are the provision and maintenance of a central applications and admissions service in relation to:
For details about how to obtain information about UCAS, see Requesting information.