Statistical Report: Accepted Applicants to Degree Courses in UK Higher Education Institutions

This report presents an overview of applicants and accepted applicants to degree courses in UK higher education institutions (HEIs) in physics and a number of other selected other subjects.

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The data source for the report is the University and College Admissions Service (UCAS). UCAS is the organisation responsible for managing applications to higher education courses in the UK.

Accepted Applicants to Degree Courses in UK Higher Education Institutions (PDF, 2 MB)

The tables present an index. The title of each table or figure will take you through to the relevant page of the publication PDF document.

 

Table 1:UCAS tariff values for GCE A-levels
Table 2:Numbers of accepted applicants to degree courses in physics 2003–2011
Table 3:Domicile and gender of accepted applicants to degree courses in physics 2003–2011
Table 4:Numbers of accepted applicants to degree courses in selected subjects by gender and domicile in 2011 
Table 5:Domicile and gender of accepted applicants to degree courses in selected subjects in 2011
Table 6:Derived data for accepted applicants to degree courses in selected subjects in 2011
Table 7:UK-domiciled accepted applicants to degree courses in selected subjects 2003–2011
Table 8:All accepted applicants to degree courses in selected subjects 2003–2011
Table 9:UK-domiciled accepted applicants to selected subject/subject groups as a proportion of accepted applicants to all degree courses 2003–2011
Table 10:Non-UK-domiciled accepted applicants to selected subject/subject groups as a proportion of accepted applicants to all degree courses 2003–2011
Table 11:Proportion of UK-domiciled individuals accepted onto degree courses in physics through clearing 2003–2011
Table 12:Number of UK-domiciled individuals accepted onto degree courses in selected subjects via firm, insurance and clearing offers by gender in 2011
Table 13:UK-domiciled applications and accepted applicants to degree courses in physics 2003–2010
Table 14:UK-domiciled applications and accepted applicants to degree courses in selected subjects in 2011
Table 15:Tariff points of UK-domiciled applicants and accepted applicants to degree courses in physics in 2011
Table 16:Distributions of tariff points for UK-domiciled accepted applicants to degree courses in subject groups in 2011
Table 17:Distributions of tariff points for UK-domiciled accepted applicants to degree courses in selected subjects in 2011
Table 18:Distribution by age of UK-domiciled accepted applicants to degree courses in selected subjects/subject groups in 2011
Table 19:Distribution by age of accepted applicants to degree courses in physics by gender and domicile in 2011

 

Figure 1:Number of accepted applicants to degree courses in physics, and the proportion of all accepted applicant to degree courses that this represents 1996–2011
Figure 2:Proportions of UK-domiciled individuals accepted onto degree courses in selected subjects via firm, insurance and clearing offers by gender in 2011
Figure 3:Distribution of tariff points of UK-domiciled applicants and accepted applicants to degree courses in physics in 2010
Figure 4:Distribution of tariff points of UK-domiciled applicants and accepted applicants to all degree courses in 2011