Your Clearing offer
If you’ve been made a provisional offer at UoG during Clearing, you’ll need to know what to do next.
We’ve put together this easy step-by-step guide to help navigate you through this process.
Here’s What you need to do in six easy steps
Still looking? If you haven’t yet received a Clearing offer then you can discover our Clearing courses online and get in touch to see if we can offer you a place.
1. Accept your offer
Log into the UCAS Hub to add UoG as your Clearing Choice. You’ll need the course code (see the relevant course page) and the institution code (G50). Once we confirm your choice, your status will appear as ‘Unconditional Firm’ with UoG and you will receive an email from UCAS confirming this. Please note that for some courses, you’ll require further clearance checks before your offer is confirmed.
If you still hold a firm unconditional place with a different university, you’ll need to ‘Decline your place’ in your application.
If you need help during this process, get in touch by calling 03330 432 414 or use the Live Chat on our website.
2. Arrange student finance
If you’ve not applied for student finance yet, you can apply on the government website.
If you’ve already applied and your course or university has changed during Clearing, log into your account to change your details.
Visit your Funding page for information and guidance about fees, loans and finance for UK-based students.
3. Visit us
Get a feel for student life at UoG during a campus visit.
We are running a Clearing visit on Sunday 20 August (11am – 1pm) giving you the chance to take a guided tour and meet students and staff. You can book your place online.
Alternatively, you can take virtual tour of our facilities and accommodation online.
4. Apply for accommodation
You’ll be guaranteed a place in halls if you accept a place through Clearing and apply for accommodation by 25 August 2023.
We have around 1,900 self-catered rooms available in halls on or near our campuses – each are close to the centre of Cheltenham or Gloucester and served by the university bus service. See inside by taking our virtual tour.
6. Start university
You’re almost there! We’ll be in touch ahead of enrolment about Welcome Week to let you know what to expect in your first fortnight and give you top tips on what to pack.
Once you join, you’ll be able to enjoy the wide range of clubs, societies and events organised by our Students’ Union to help you meet friends and explore new interests.
Make sure you download the MyGlos app where you’ll find your induction information and timetable. There is also a step-by-step guide on how to enrol on your course, which once completed, gives you full access to the app.
Use MyGlos to send emails, check your timetable, check in to lectures and access extra support.