What Unis dont do clearing?

Some of the top universities in the UK are notably missing from the clearing catalogue, including the University of Oxford, the University of Cambridge, Imperial College London, LSE and Political Science and the University of St Andrews.

Can you get rejected from clearing?

The good news is that if you were originally rejected from a university/university course, clearing does offer you a chance to apply again. However, one thing to be mindful of is if you have declined an offer, you can’t then apply through clearing to that university/university course.

Is Imperial in clearing?

Imperial does not typically enter into Clearing, which is a UCAS process that lets you apply for a course which still has places for 2021 entry.

Does Kings do clearing?

Clearing at King’s is now closed for this year. Applications open in September for 2021 entry. Full details of all courses are available online. If you applied for 2020 entry and have questions about your results or offer to study at King’s, please read the information below or contact admissions via King’s Apply.

Can I go through clearing if I have accepted an offer?

Yes! Clearing allows you to change your mind about where or what you study. What’s more, you can call us and discuss your options before you make any final decisions about an offer you have already accepted.

How long do you have to accept a clearing offer?

24 hours

What unis do clearing?

Top Universities in Clearing

  • University of Birmingham. Birmingham has 181 courses with vacancies for the Clearing 2017 period including Education, Nuclear Engineering, and African Studies.
  • Cardiff University.
  • Durham University.
  • University of Edinburgh.
  • University of Exeter.
  • University of Glasgow.
  • King’s College London.
  • University of Leeds.

Do Russell Group universities do clearing?

This year, the list of Russell Group unis which you can apply to through clearing includes the University of Birmingham, University of Bristol, Cardiff University, University of Exeter, University of Glasgow, King’s College London, University of Leeds, University of Liverpool, University of Manchester, Newcastle …