Is there a catalogue of all the UCAS codes?

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Is there a website that has a list off all the UCAS codes?

E.g.
A100 - Medicine
G400 - Computer Science
M100 - Law
C800 - Psychology
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I dont think so, also i think this is impossible as only some courses have the same codes, cuz codes also differ uni to uni.
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I dont think so, also i think this is impossible as only some courses have the same codes, cuz codes also differ uni to uni.
I don't think codes differ uni to uni.

Maths at Oxford, Loughborough, Warwick and Birmingham are all G100.
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I don't think codes differ uni to uni.

Maths at Oxford, Loughborough, Warwick and Birmingham are all G100.
Geography is L702 at LSE, but L700 in Oxford, F800 in UEA, F801 in Bangor and edge hill,

Biomed is BC99 at KCL, BC98 at Oxford, B900 at Warwick, B940 at Manchester, B990 at QMUL and UCL, B940 at Brighton, B102 at Bangor.

However I do believe most courses have the same if not similar codes
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The codes differ between universities depending on when the courses were created and the other codes already in use.

Up until about 2011 ucas used JACS as the underlying logic for coding courses https://www.hesa.ac.uk/support/docum...jacs2-detailed
From 2012 hesa moved on to JACS 3.0 and ucas moved away from any logic at all and just either coded courses completely randomly or (more recently) allowed universities to assign whichever codes they felt like.
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Why do you want to know this?
UCAS Search will give you the appropriate course codes for each Uni.
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Is there a website that has a list off all the UCAS codes?

E.g.
A100 - Medicine
G400 - Computer Science
M100 - Law
C800 - Psychology
The individual course pages on uni websites list the course codes, so you can find the specific ones you are looking for.
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Geography is L702 at LSE, but L700 in Oxford, F800 in UEA, F801 in Bangor and edge hill,

Biomed is BC99 at KCL, BC98 at Oxford, B900 at Warwick, B940 at Manchester, B990 at QMUL and UCL, B940 at Brighton, B102 at Bangor.

However I do believe most courses have the same if not similar codes
Ok, thank you for your help.
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The codes differ between universities depending on when the courses were created and the other codes already in use.

Up until about 2011 ucas used JACS as the underlying logic for coding courses https://www.hesa.ac.uk/support/docum...jacs2-detailed
From 2012 hesa moved on to JACS 3.0 and ucas moved away from any logic at all and just either coded courses completely randomly or (more recently) allowed universities to assign whichever codes they felt like.
Thank you for the link that's exactly what I was looking for.
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(Original post by McGinger)
Why do you want to know this?
UCAS Search will give you the appropriate course codes for each Uni.
I just wanted a full list just to see if there were any courses that I'd never heard of that might be interesting to me.
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The individual course pages on uni websites list the course codes, so you can find the specific ones you are looking for.
Thank you.
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