29 May 2014
UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) have today published the May interim statistics for students applying to university in the 2014 cycle.
Pam Tatlow, Chief Executive of the university think-tank million+ said:
“We welcome the fact that applications from students who want to study full-time have increased but numbers have still not recovered to 2010 levels in England. The government needs to do much more to incentivise part-time study if university is going to be accessible to all those who could benefit.”
“There is still time to apply to start a course in September and getting a degree remains one of the best things that people can do to improve their job prospects for the future.”
Notes to Editors
1. For further information or to arrange an interview, contact Victoria Robinson, Press and Communications Officer, million+ on 020 7717 1658 / 07527 336 795 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. million+ is a leading university think-tank. More information can be found at www.millionplus.ac.uk.
3. A copy of the 2014 cycle applicant figures (Interim) for May can be found on the UCAS website.