If you are considering going through Clearing or want to keep your options open, here’s some helpful information for you and your parents on how to find a course, and what to do when you’ve found one.
The Clearing process, which is operated by UCAS, is designed to help people find a university course that still has places available.
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to ask questions about Clearing.
If you have all of your results, we could make you an offer as soon as Clearing opens on the 6 July. Check back here after that date to find details on how to apply to us through Clearing.
If you are waiting for your results you can still talk to an advisor. You can email us to ask questions about Clearing.
What can I study? Currently all of our courses are available in Clearing except those listed above.
What is Clearing Plus? Clearing Plus is a new feature on UCAS Track. It allows you to see a list of courses that are ‘matched’ to you if you are an unplaced applicant, based on your application and what universities are looking for. You can then easily contact the universities you are interested in. If you already have a confirmed place, you can release yourself into Clearing to use Clearing Plus – see ‘Changed your mind?’ below.
I've changed my mind, what do I do? Have you already made your decision in UCAS, but interested in joining us in September? Don’t worry! You can self release into Clearing. Here’s UCAS guide on how to Self Release.