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UCAS final end of year acceptances statistics for 2010

“In a year of unprecedented demand from applicants, we kept our commitment to fund an extra 10,000 student places, allowing more students than…

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“In a year of unprecedented demand from applicants, we kept our commitment to fund an extra 10,000 student places, allowing more students than ever before to go to an English university in 2010. A strong demand for places is expected this year so universities will able to recruit the same number of entrants in 2011.

“Going to university has always been a competitive process and not all who apply are accepted. Despite this we do understand how frustrating it is for young people who wish to go to university and are unable to find a place. There are other routes into a successful career. Our reforms will make part-time university study more accessible and we are also investing in new apprenticeship places, with an additional 75,000 being created by 2014.”

Notes to Editors:

  1. The UCAS Final end of year figures for 2010 can be found at http://www.ucas.ac.uk/about_us/media_enquiries/media_releases/2011/finalendofyearfigure2010
  2. BIS’ online newsroom contains the latest press notices, speeches, as well as video and images for download. It also features an up to date list of BIS press office contacts. See http://www.bis.gov.uk/newsroom for more information.

Notes to Editors

Contact Information

Name BIS Press Office Job Title

Division COI Phone

Fax

Mobile

Email NDS.BIS@coi.gsi.gov.uk

Name Michael Gibbs Job Title

Division Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Phone 020 7215 1635 Fax

Mobile

Email michael.gibbs@bis.gsi.gov.uk

Published 20 January 2011