Applying through Clearing is quick and easy. Here, we explain how Clearing works, and share some top tips on how you can apply. Contacting our dedicated Clearing team is often the best way to get started - call them on 01227 926000.

Click on the headings below to find out all you need to know about Clearing, and how you can use it to secure your place at university. 

Yes. We will honour our original offer to you if your new grades meet the conditions of that offer. The government has committed to consider all the appeals by the 9 September 2021. In the unlikely event that your appeal decision is delayed, we would be happy to consider the results of your appeal after this date, as long as you get the results before the first week of teaching.

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Clearing is your opportunity to apply for a course starting this September. There are plenty of reasons why you might choose to use Clearing:

  • You've changed your mind since choosing your firm and insurance choices
  • You aren't holding any offers when you receive your exam results
  • You've decided to apply to university after 30 June 2021.

If you have made a single choice application through UCAS, or you are applying after 30 June, then you will need to pay the full UCAS application fee (£20 for single choices) before you can secure your Clearing place.

Please note the full UCAS application fee is £26.

Clearing opens on 5 July 2021 and will close at Christ Church in October or earlier if all our courses are filled. Check our contact us page for opening times.

Do some research! We will list the courses available in Clearing to find the subject you would like to study. Once you have chosen your subject, call us on 01227 926000.

You can go on a virtual tour at any time. 

You can register your interest in applying through Clearing before you get your results. If you do, we'll call you once you've received your results to discuss your options.

We can only make Unconditional Offers through Clearing. Therefore, we will only be able to offer places to applicants who have their grades.

We will also let you know whether your chosen course requires an additional selection process (such as an interview or portfolio).

If your course has no additional selection processes, we'll discuss your application through Clearing with you over the phone. You may be asked to email in copies of your qualifications, so make sure you have access to them! Any offer we make will be confirmed by email. (Please make sure you check your junk mail folder in case your email client misfiles the email) Your Clearing offer email will tell you exactly what to do to confirm your place.

Have a pen and paper handy when you're talking on the phone - it's useful for you to note down any reference numbers you are given by the university. If you have your reference number, you'll have a much quicker process if you need to call us back as we'll be able to find your application more quickly.

First things first: add us as your Clearing choice on UCAS! Clearing will only be available to you once you have paid the full application fee and only if you aren't holding any offers from any other universities. Ender our Institution Code C10 and your course details.

Once you've added your Clearing choice on Track, the University will need to confirm to UCAS that we've accepted you through Clearing. It usually takes one working day for us to do this. Once we've confirmed your offer with UCAS your Track will be updated and you will show as "Clearing Accept" or "Placed".

UCAS Adjustment gives you the chance to reconsider where and what you'll study. It allows you to potentially swap your place for another course you prefer. Adjustment is available from A-Level results day until 31 August.

If you are considering changing your course or applying to the University through the Adjustment process, you can call our Clearing team to discuss your options. Visit the UCAS website to find out more about the Adjustment process.

Remember you can call us on 01227 926000 to discuss your options. We're here to help!

We’re pleased to announce that we're offering a limited number of our popular Campus Tours. The tours will allow the opportunity for prospective students who are looking to study with us and their families to take a look around our lovely campus in a safe, socially distanced way.

Find out more and book your tour on this page. 

The Government provides extra student funding on top of the tuition fee loan and maintenance loan. You might be eligible for extra money on top of student loans, for example if you’re on a low income, are disabled or have children. Use the student finance calculator to get an idea of the amount you might expect to receive.

We also offer a range of scholarships, bursaries and grants especially for Canterbury Christ Church University students. Check our finance section to see if you are eligible for our awards.

You need to update your student finance as soon as possible. You can do this by logging into your account on the government website

If you've gained a place through Clearing, you will need to apply straight away. Applications take at least six weeks to be processed by Student Finance England. Register as soon as you have your place confirmed. Apply now for student finance through the government website

Once you have confirmed your place, we will send you a welcome email and this will contain all the instructions you need to create a university account. You’ll be invited to join our growing community of nearly 1,000 future 2021 students via our Facebook group. This will put you in touch with everyone starting in September – so you can meet with people who are going to be on your course, living in your university accommodation or on the same commute!

Your Welcome Hub provides you with all the information you need to start at Canterbury Christ Church, including how to access information and support services. You can get in touch with our Student Support Health and Wellbeing teams and the i-zone Student Helpdesk and one-stop shop for information about all aspects of life at university.

You can also connect with a Peer Mentor, who’ll guide you through the next few months and be a friendly face when you arrive.

We offer a range of foundation year courses. A foundation year is the first year of a four-year course and introduces you to university and to your chosen subject. It's the perfect way for you to develop self-confidence, knowledge, skills and understanding to support you through further study.

Check the course page for the subject you are interested in to see whether a foundation year is available. 

We appreciate that, due to unprecedented circumstances this year, you may be disappointed with your results and looking to appeal, in order to meet the terms of your offer and come to Christ Church.

We want to reassure you that we are here to support you at this anxious time and will hold your original offer until your final regraded results are received. Your place will be guaranteed as long as your regraded results mean that you have met the terms of your offer.

We can also discuss alternative courses you could apply for with your current grades and explore what opportunities are still available to you at Christ Church.

Call our friendly Clearing Team on 01227 926000 to discuss further and let us know what you would like to do next. We have a dedicated team who are here to help you every step of the way.

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Contact our friendly Clearing team