Clearing made easy

 

Last-minute, all-inclusive and affordable rooms... Accommodation sorted!

Now you’ve sorted your course, it’s time to sort your room. Our residences are ideal for budget-savvy, busy and sociable students. Whether you want to keep your head down studying, you want to get to know your new city in a great central location or you just want a hassle-free space to call your own – we’re here for you. We offer a wide range of room types to suit everyone.

 

Clearing made easy.

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    Clearing guide

    Clearing is a way of helping students find and apply for university courses that are still available. If you didn’t receive an offer from any universities, didn’t get the grades required for your course on results day, or applied to university after 30 June, UCAS Clearing is your chance to get a place on another course. Results days for 2019 can be found below:

     

    • International Baccalaureate: Thursday 6 July 2019
    • BTEC and other vocational courses: During July – check with your school/college
    • Scottish Highers: Tuesday 6 August 2019
    • A levels: Thursday 15 August 2019
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    Top Clearing tips

    Here are some of our top tips for Clearing:

     

    1. Be available - make sure you’re checking your emails and phone in case the university contacts you.
    2. Keep checking your UCAS account - if you become eligible for Clearing, the 'Add Clearing choice' option will become available.
    3. Check the UCAS website and/or university websites for Clearing places in your chosen subject.
    4. Most importantly, keep trying! Some vacancies won’t feature in the official listings. They usually go within hours, so ring ASAP if you spot a suitable one.
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    Visiting your University

    Many universities will run Clearing open days to offer applicants (and their parents) an opportunity to visit, view the facilities and talk to staff and other fellow students.

    Even if your university isn’t running an open day, it’s still advised to take a tour before making a commitment. The university may keep the offer open for you until you’re able to visit and confirm your choice, but it’s best to check.