See which courses are available in Clearing and find out more about how to apply.
Find out everything you need to know about Clearing before you submit your application.
Make sure you have the right information to support your child through the application process.
What is UCAS Clearing?
UCAS Clearing is the process by which universities and colleges fill any places they still have on their courses. For many students it’s a great way to find a course, perhaps because they didn’t get the grades they were hoping for, because they’ve changed their plans or they have only recently decided to apply to university.
How does UCAS Clearing work?
If you’re applying through UCAS Clearing, you’ll still need to register and make an application through UCAS as normal. If you're not holding any offers from other universities, UCAS will provide you with a Clearing Number, which enables you to apply for courses in Clearing. If you apply for university through UCAS after 30 June then you will automatically be entered into Clearing. Visit the
UCAS website to find out more about how Clearing works.
UCAS Clearing Courses / UCAS Clearing Search
Lots of courses from across all of our subject areas accept applications during UCAS Clearing – your perfect course is waiting for you.
View all of our Clearing courses and search for the right course for you – we welcome applications from students with a range of different qualifications including A-Levels, BTECs and many more. We also welcome Clearing applications from students with a combination of different qualifications.
View all Clearing courses
Clearing accommodation guarantee
You're guaranteed a place in accommodation if you accept a Clearing offer so there's no need to worry about sorting out a place to live at the last minute.
There are many accommodation options available across Cheltenham and Gloucester, and our accommodation team will support you through the application process to make sure that you find the right accommodation for you.
Find out more about Clearing accommodation
Campus visit days
Visit days are an informal way to see the unveristy. You can take a tour of the campus where you'd be based with one of our student ambassadors who'll give you advice and guidance on what it's like to study and live here. They'll show you our cutting-edge facilities, teaching areas, library, social spaces, and accommodation. The next available date is
Thursday 12 September.
Book online now.