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You may have heard or read about UCAS Clearing. Here, we explain how Clearing is another opportunity to secure a place at university this September and what you need to consider when supporting someone through the process.
Clearing is the period in which UCAS works in tandem with universities to help fill any available places they may have. Students are eligible to apply for a course through Clearing if they:
Clearing also gives those who may not have thought about going to university the opportunity to apply.
Clearing opens at 8am on 18 August and will close at Christ Church in October, or earlier if all our courses are filled.
They can see if they are eligible for Clearing by logging into their UCAS account. If they are eligible for Clearing their status will say 'You are in Clearing' or 'Clearing has started'. A button called 'Add a Clearing choice' will also appear on screen.
Before doing anything else, remind the person you are supporting to log into their UCAS account to see their application status. There are then a few steps they can undertake to progress through Clearing with us.
Make sure the person you are supporting has the below to hand when they call us:
Our Clearing team can be contacted on 01227 926000
If we're able to make them an offer they will need to accept our offer within three days by adding the course to their UCAS account. They just need to:
If they need more time to add us as their Clearing choice then they may contact the Clearing Enquiry Service who will be able to advise. After we have made them an offer we will also send them an email with details on what to do next.
Once they have added the course to their UCAS account, we will confirm their acceptance within one working day, this will then show in their account.
We are delighted to be able to offer campus tours once again, enabling you to experience our locations before committing to coming here.
Find out about our campus tours and book yours by visiting our Campus Tours page.
We know that feeling part of a university community, making connections and friends, and being prepared for study is really important. There are lots of ways to stay in touch before term starts.