What is clearing?
Clearing is a chance to choose what’s right for you. Whether your results are a little unexpected or you’re having second thoughts about your chosen course, Clearing gives you the chance to see what courses are still available.
Clearing opens on 5 July and ends on 18 October. If you’re taking your A level exams, you’ll be able to use Clearing from results day.Clearing FAQsRegister Your Interest
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To assist you in gaining a better understanding of the Clearing process before applying to university, we have put together a list of frequently asked questions.
What is clearing?
It’s an awesome opportunity if you didn’t meet your offer requirements or if you suddenly have a change of heart about the university or course you want to pursue.
How does clearing work?
- You have received all your exam results. For those taking A levels and BTEC nationals in 2023, this will be on Thursday, 17th August.
- You have experienced a change of heart since applying to UCAS and wish to explore alternative options.
- You did not meet the conditions of your offers, or your results have exceeded your expectations.
- You did not receive any offers (or none that you wanted to accept).
Feel free to reach out to us via telephone or live chat for further assistance.
What does clearing mean?
If you wish to apply for university study after 30th June, fret not! You can still utilize the UCAS Clearing service to apply for a variety of courses.
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Who can apply through clearing?
If you submit your university application after 30th June, UCAS will automatically include you in the Clearing process. Embrace the chance to explore available options and find the perfect fit for your academic journey.
Where is my UCAS clearing number?
In this email, you will find your UCAS Clearing number along with instructions on how to access your application through the ‘UCAS Hub.’ The UCAS Hub is a convenient system that allows you to log in and track the status of your application.
Before reaching out to us or making any enquiries, it’s crucial to jot down your UCAS Clearing number. We will require this number when you apply through Clearing, so keeping it handy will streamline the process.
Does applying through clearing affect my student loan??
If you haven’t yet applied for student finance, it’s essential to do so as soon as possible to ensure a smooth process and timely disbursement of your student loan when you commence your course. If you have any questions or need guidance regarding your student finance application, feel free to reach out to our dedicated team. They are here to provide you with the necessary support and assistance.
Can I still apply for accommodation during clearing?
To learn more about applying for accommodation during Clearing, take a look at our accommodation information. It provides valuable insights and details on the process. We want to ensure you have a comfortable and enjoyable living experience while studying at our Cornwall College University Centre.
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Choose a course that works for you. Start with a one-year HNC, a two-year HND or Foundation degree, or a three-year Bachelors degree programme. Work through the levels until you reach the qualification you need for the career you want.See all degree courses with Clearing spaces
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