From the number of applicants to the most popular course, our statistical services pages can help you to access and interpret UCAS statistics with ease and accuracy. The information available includes standard and interactive data, supporting definitions and details of how to access our bespoke data products and services.
This section contains data that is available to view online, taking the form of static data tables, our online Statisitcal Enquiry Tool and downloadable datasets which you can use to create your own PivotTables.
Dictionary of terms
Here you can find a brief definition of the terms used within the data tables and supporting information. If you don't know your applicants from your applications, this is the place to look.
Can't find what you need?
If you can't find the data that you need in one of our published tables or datasets, then our Statistics team may be able to help. In this section you can find out about requesting bespoke data and the range of products and services that UCAS offer.
Questions about the statistics we can provide.
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2012 End of cycle assessment of UCAS acceptances by intended entry year, country of institution and qualifications held
UCAS Analysis and Research report. This is an End of Cycle version of analysis first published in September 2012.
Applicants and accepts through UCCA, PCAS and UCAS - graph (PDF)
View a graph of the number of full-time undergraduates who have been accepted 1962-2009
Applicants and accepts through UCCA, PCAS and UCAS - table (PDF)
View a table of figures of the number of full-time undergraduates who have been accepted 1962-2009