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UCAS launches new adviser portal as university applications for 2020 go live

Teachers and careers advisers have begun using a brand new UCAS portal, transforming the way they manage and track their students’ university and college applications, as the 2020 cycle launches today.

The new UCAS adviser portal replaces Apply for Advisers and Adviser Track, giving teachers complete, real-time oversight of their students’ UCAS Undergraduate applications in one place for free.

There are 6,300 UCAS registered centres (mainly schools and colleges) worldwide who will be using the new service. Around two thirds of the 700,000 undergraduate applications submitted each year are sent through a registered centre.Purchase Order or a correctly authorised contract.

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