UCAS - Clearing
|Dates:||20 August 2009|
|What is it:||UCAS date|
Start of English, Welsh and Northern Irish Clearing vacancy information service.
Clearing is used by applicants who have not managed to secure a place at university or college for the current year. It begins in August and it can help people to find suitable vacancies on higher education courses: more than 30,000 people gain a place during Clearing every year.
If you are flexible and you have reasonable exam results, there is still a good chance you will find another course.
Who can use Clearing?
You are eligible for Clearing if you have applied in the current application year and if:
•you have not withdrawn your application;
•you hold no offers; or
•your offers have not been confirmed because you have not met the conditions (eg you have not achieved the required grades); or
•you have declined your offers or not responded by the due date; or
•your offers have not been confirmed, and you have declined any alternative offers from the same university; or
•you have applied after 30 June (11 June for Route B art and design courses). If we received your application after these dates, we will not have sent it to any universities and colleges.
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