UCAS Clearing is available from July to September each year and if you already have your exam results but no offers, you can begin using Clearing from July 5th, 2022.
Clearing is not considered a traditional university intake period, but due to increased student demand, you may be surprised to hear that many international students apply to study in the UK for the first time during Clearing. There is no stigma attached to Clearing and it is now an extremely popular avenue of application for students from all over the world.
Because of the amount of courses, options and universities at your disposal, finding a Clearing course on your own can be overwhelming. That is where our expert Clearing consultation team comes in.
If you are still without a UK university place ahead of September 2022 entry, there is no need to worry. Learn more about 2022 UCAS Clearing below and arrange a free consultation online or call SI-UK London today on 020-7287-7040 today to get started.
Who is UCAS Clearing for?
- Students who applied after the final deadline
Did you know you can still apply to courses across the UK, even if you missed the deadline? Life can sometimes get in the way and we understand that. Our Clearing team can call UK universities on your behalf to find out if there are vacancies on courses you want to study and if they will accept your late application.
- Students whose exam results fell short of their conditional offer
Didn't reach the exam results you were predicted? Don't worry, we can help you find a suitable course which is still right for your career aspirations. Some universities will accept students whose grades fell marginally short, and in some circumstances entry requirements can even be lowered. If for example you needed AAB and scored ABB, there is a good chance the university will still consider your application.
- Students who received no offers, or chose not to accept any offers
Clearing is the ideal opportunity for students who received no offers from their desired institution to find someone who will accept them. Similarly if you have had a change of heart and decided against accepting the offers made from your selected universities, you can start the process again. If you hit your predicted grade mark then there is a good chance a UK university out there will be willing to offer you a place.
- Students who accepted an offer but changed their mind about the course they want to study
There are many reasons why a student may change their mind after accepting a UK university place. The good news is that UCAS will allow you to change your mind within 14 days of your official acceptance. If this is the case, you can now search for a new institution and course to study in the UK via Clearing.
Study in the UK through Clearing
SI-UK can assist international students finding available courses at universities they wish to study at. We will then contact the institutions on your behalf and enquire if they would be interested in accepting you as a student.
Arrange your free consultation with SI-UK London or call 020-7287-7040 today to get in touch with our international team who are ready to help.