Category: Clearing 2023

Changed your mind? How to get the course you want 

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The UCAS deadline for applying to university for 2024 entry closed in January. So you have probably completed and submitted your application. But are you having second thoughts about your course choice?   If so – don’t panic! It’s not too late to change your mind and apply for another course.   This blog will tell you

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Clearing 2024 advice for mature students

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At the University of Stirling we welcome applications through UCAS Clearing from all students, including mature students. Clearing is not just for school leavers who didn’t achieve the results they needed or changed their mind. Mature students are classed by UCAS as anyone over the age of 21 who didn’t go to university after school

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Clearing 2024 | Deadlines and Timings

Trying to secure a place on an undergraduate course for September 2024? Don’t stress if you didn’t get the results you were hoping for. You can still get a place on a course through UCAS Clearing. What is Clearing? Simply put, Clearing is part of the UCAS application process. It pairs applicants with UK university

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Our top 8 Clearing courses for 2023

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As Clearing opens and results day draws nearer, you may feel mixed emotions. Overwhelmed? Nervous with a dash of excitement? Information overload? However you’re feeling, we want to help make Clearing as smooth as possible. Clearing is the perfect opportunity to pivot and look at subjects you may not have previously considered. To help you

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Clearing: What to say on the phone when you call us

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The big day has finally arrived. You have got your results, you’ve logged into UCAS Hub, and it’s been confirmed that you are now in Clearing. Now is the time to call your chosen universities and find your Clearing place.  Picking up the phone can be daunting, but don’t worry. Our friendly team has lots

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