23,710 people, an increase of 6%, have applied to study medicine next year
Ucas and Unibuddy launch peer-to-peer service connecting prospective and existing students
Despite the increase, the gap between the most advantaged and least advantaged students only narrowed slightly
Higher education has become a buyer's market, say Max du Bois and Alice Yessouroun from Spencer du Bois
Under Labour's plan, students will apply to higher education after receiving their A-level results in a bid to reduce inequality and ‘conditional unconditional’ offers
Julie Kelly, head of The Student Centre at University of Hertfordshire, says the sector should introduce a post-qualification admissions system
There is a mixed picture for international intake in Scotland this year but more domestic students are entering higher education than ever before
Clare Marchant, chief executive of Ucas, said the organisation was ready to work with the OfS and UUK 'on their respective upcoming admissions practice reviews'
UUK chief executive says admissions should remain in the hands of universities but must 'build greater levels of transparency, trust and public understanding'
Applicants under the age of 21 worldwide rise for the first time since 2016, while UK figures waver
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