Clearing is a chance to keep moving forward
Lots of things have been on pause over the last few months – but you can press play on your education.
Although things might seem to be constantly changing – particularly in relation to your grades – the flexible and inclusive way that we consider applications is the same. The government has now confirmed that grades awarded this summer will be on the basis of your teacher's assessment of your individual achievement. Find out what the latest change means for you.
There are new options for students in Clearing that make it easy to apply online and more information below about what to expect at university this year.
Call us: we’re here to help you choose a way forward that’s right for you.
Call our Clearing hotline 01273 644000
You can still apply through Clearing.
Apply online now
Our Clearing hotline opens
Ask questions at an online Clearing event
We’ll make sure that your student experience gets off to a great start – while looking after your safety and wellbeing.
Our flexible blend of on-campus and remote learning, together with carefully managed access to libraries, labs, workshops and studios will mean that your studies are collaborative, practical and enjoyable.
All our support will be available online or in person and we’re working hard with the Students’ Union to make sure you’ll feel part of the university community from day one.
Find out more about learning and living 2020.
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