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Clearing 2024

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Call us on 0191 515 3000 or drop us a message on Live Chat to discuss how to join us in September 2024.

Sign up for support to get your own personal contact who’ll be there for you during the full Clearing process.

What is Clearing?

Clearing is your opportunity to explore your options and get another chance to apply for the course you really want to study.

You can apply to us through Clearing if:

  • You haven't applied for university yet, but want to start a course in September
  • You haven’t previously considered studying with us, but want to join us in September
  • You’ve applied for university, but not met the conditions of your firm or insurance choice (i.e., you aren’t holding any offers for a place at a university or college)
  • You've changed your mind about the offer you're holding at another university or college and want to study with us instead
  • You’ve changed your mind about the offer you’re holding with us and want to study a different course

This is your choice to make, and we’ll support you to make it.

How to apply for Clearing

When Clearing opens on 5 July 2024, you can apply to us by calling our helpline or completing our online Clearing self-apply form.

Sign up for support

We’re here to listen and advise you on your unique journey through Clearing, to give you confidence and belief when you need it most. Sign up for support and you’ll be matched with a dedicated member of staff, who’ll be your main point of contact over the coming weeks. They’ll be on hand to offer you tailored one-on-one support, guidance, and information throughout the Clearing process.

Key dates

  • 5 July 2024: Clearing opens
  • 15 August 2024: A Level and BTEC results day
  • 22 August 2024: GCSE results day
  • 21 October 2024: Final date to add 2024 entry Clearing choices
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Open Days and Clearing events

Join us on campus at one of our upcoming Open Days:

Saturday 17 August, 10am-3:30pm

This is a split site event, with activities running at both our campuses. You’ll need to book your place at the campus where your chosen course is based:

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City Campus

This event is for anyone interested in: 

  • Design (Fashion, Graphic Design, Illustration)
  • Fine Art
  • Performance
  • Allied Health Professions (e.g., Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic Science)
  • Health and Clinical Sciences (e.g., Biomedical Science, Physiological Sciences)
  • Medicine
  • Nursing and midwifery
  • Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Sciences
  • Psychology
  • Sport and Exercise Sciences

 

Book your place at the City Campus Undergraduate Open Day on Saturday 17 August.

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Sir Tom Cowie Campus at St Peter’s

This event is for anyone interested in:

  • Animation and Games Art
  • English
  • Journalism and PR
  • Media
  • Photography, Video and Digital Imaging
  • Business
  • Hospitality, Events, Aviation and Tourism
  • Law
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering
  • Crime, Policing and Investigation
  • Social Sciences
  • Teacher Training and Education


Book your place at the St Peter’s Campus Undergraduate Open Day on Saturday 17 August.

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Future events

  • Summer tours: Can't make it to an Open Day? We'll be offering campus tours throughout the summer.
  • Thursday 15 and 16 August: If you want to look around campus or speak to someone in person about your application, we’ll be offering drop-in sessions from 9am-4pm where our team will be on hand to support you and answer any questions you may have.
  • 21 September: Undergraduate Open Day, 10am-3:30pm
  • 19 October: Undergraduate Open Day, 10am-3:30pm