Stanberry Educity | October 5, 2020
Do you need help getting the best university place through UCAS clearing 2020? Stanberry Educity ensures you get on the very best course in the right university for you. UCAS Clearing is part of the UCAS university application system in the UK. It is open to students who do not hold an offer or who haven’t met the conditions of their university offer. Universities with spaces on courses advertise these through Clearing.
In the UK, university Clearing is undertaken via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The UCAS website will list any undergraduate courses that still have vacancies before starting the new academic year. Clearing begins in July and runs through to September. You can apply for a course via UCAS during this period, provided you don’t already hold an offer from a university or college and that your chosen course still has placed. There is a £20 fee to apply for a single course or a £25 fee for multiple courses. Once you have submitted your Clearing application, UCAS will match you to courses you may be interested in. Using what is known about you through your application and what universities and colleges are looking for in a student, you will be matched to up to 50 university Clearing courses that are applicable to you. You can then express your interest, and your chosen university will contact you if they have the vacancies and you meet their entry requirements.
Each year, approximately 60,000 students find their place in university via university Clearing, so there’s a high chance you’ll find a course to suit you.
Our UCAS Clearing advice and support shares many of the services from our university application support service. If you would like to find out more, please contact us to speak to one of our advisers. Our expert advisers at Stanberry Educity can counsel you, review your exam results, and identify a suitable degree course for you, based on your choice of subject and location. For more information on the UK Clearing process, visit the UCAS website