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If you want to find out more about applying to the university of Salford through Clearing, take a look at our list of frequently asked questions.

FAQs

What is Clearing 2019?

Clearing 2019 is part of the university application process. It matches courses that haven’t been filled with students who want to apply. If you don’t hold any university offers but want to start a course in 2019, you can apply to university through Clearing.

Am I eligible to apply to university through Clearing?

There are a range of scenarios that could make you eligible to apply to universities in Clearing:

  • If you’ve got your exam results but don’t hold any offers
  • If you have conditional offers but miss your predicted grades
  • If you’ve declined all of your offers or haven’t responded by the due date
  • If UCAS received your application after Sunday 30 June 2019
  • If you already hold an offer for university but have changed your mind about where you want to study.
  • If you exceed the grade requirements of your firm offer and want to swap your existing place for one at another university, which is known as Adjustment.

When does Clearing 2019 start and when can I apply?

Clearing 2019 opens on Friday 5 July. You can apply to university through Clearing as soon as you have your exam results.

What courses are available at Salford through Clearing?

A range of courses are available at Salford through Clearing. Search our Clearing 2019 courses to find a course that matches your interests.

What are the entry requirements?

Entry requirements for Clearing courses vary according to the course you are interested in. When you have your exam results, call us to find out if you’re eligible to apply.

Can I visit the campus?

We’re putting on campus tours, Clearing information sessions and open days during June and July. You can book your place on these events now.

How does Clearing 2019 work on UCAS?

All Clearing courses are listed on UCAS. If you are eligible to apply for a course through Clearing, you will be notified on your UCAS Track screen when you create or log in to your account. If we make you a verbal offer and you choose to accept this, you will need to add your course as a Clearing choice in UCAS Track. Once UCAS notify us that this has happened, we will confirm your place.

Can I apply for accommodation?

If you receive an offer from us through Clearing, you can apply for accommodation. Our accommodation is managed by our partner, Campus Living Villages. Alternatively, you can find a shared house through Manchester Student Homes. Manchester Student Homes are an independent organisation that work with fully-accredited landlords and offer free house hunting advice.

Got a question?

If you want to find out more about applying for Clearing, take a look at our list of frequently asked questions.

FAQs

What is Clearing?

Clearing is part of the university application process. It matches courses that haven’t been filled with students who want to apply. If you don’t hold any university offers but want to start a course in 2019, you can apply through Clearing to the University of Salford.

Am I eligible to apply to university through Clearing?

There are a range of scenarios that could make you eligible to apply to universities in Clearing:

  • If you’ve got your exam results but don’t hold any offers
  • If you have conditional offers but miss your predicted grades
  • If you’ve declined all of your offers or haven’t responded by the due date
  • If UCAS received your application after Sunday 30 June 2019
  • If you already hold an offer for university but have changed your mind about where you want to study.
  • If you exceed the grade requirements of your firm offer and want to swap your existing place for one at another university, which is known as Adjustment.

Applying through Clearing – when does Clearing start?

Clearing opens on Friday 5 July. You can apply to university through Clearing as soon as you have your exam results.

What courses are available at Salford through Clearing?

A range of courses are available at Salford through Clearing. Search our courses to find a course that matches your interests then apply through Clearing.

What are the entry requirements?

Entry requirements for Clearing courses vary according to the course you are interested in. When you have your exam results, call us to find out if you’re eligible to apply through Clearing.

Can I visit the campus?

We’re putting on campus tours, Clearing information sessions and open days during June and July. You can book your place on these events now.

How to apply for Clearing on UCAS.

All Clearing courses are listed on UCAS. If you are eligible to apply for a course through Clearing you will be notified on your UCAS Track screen when you create or log in to your account. If we make you a verbal offer and you choose to accept this, you will need to add your course as a Clearing choice in UCAS Track. Once UCAS notify us that this has happened, we will confirm your place.

Can I apply for accommodation?

If you receive an offer from us through Clearing, you can apply for accommodation. Our accommodation is managed by our partner, Campus Living Villages. Alternatively, you can find a shared house through Manchester Student Homes. Manchester Student Homes are an independent organisation that work with fully-accredited landlords and offer free house hunting advice.

Got a question?

If you want to find out more about applying for Clearing places, take a look at our list of frequently asked questions.

FAQs

What is university Clearing?

Clearing is part of the university application process. It matches Clearing places that haven’t been filled with students who want to apply. If you don’t hold any university offers but want to start a course in 2019, you can apply through university Clearing to Salford.

Am I eligible to apply through university Clearing?

There are a range of scenarios that could make you eligible to apply for Clearing places:
  • If you’ve got your exam results but don’t hold any offers
  • If you have conditional offers but miss your predicted grades
  • If you’ve declined all of your offers or haven’t responded by the due date
  • If UCAS received your application after Sunday 30 June 2019
  • If you already hold an offer for university but have changed your mind about where you want to study.
  • If you exceed the grade requirements of your firm offer and want to swap your existing place for one at another university, which is known as Adjustment.

When does Clearing start and when can I apply for Clearing places?

University Clearing opens on Friday 5 July. You can apply for Clearing places as soon as you have your exam results.

What courses are available at Salford through university Clearing?

A range of Clearing places are available at the University of Salford. Search our courses to find a course that matches your interests.

What are the entry requirements?

Entry requirements for university Clearing places vary according to the course you are interested in. When you have your exam results, call us to find out if you’re eligible to apply.

Can I visit the campus?

We’re putting on campus tours, Clearing information sessions and open days during June and July. You can book your place on these events now.

How does university Clearing work on UCAS?

All Clearing courses are listed on UCAS. If you are eligible to apply for Clearing places you will be notified on your UCAS Track screen when you create or log in to your account. If we make you a verbal offer and you choose to accept this, you will need to add your course as a Clearing choice in UCAS Track. Once UCAS notify us that this has happened, we will confirm your place.

Can I apply for accommodation?

If you receive an offer from us through Clearing, you can apply for accommodation. Our accommodation is managed by our partner, Campus Living Villages. Alternatively, you can find a shared house through Manchester Student Homes. Manchester Student Homes are an independent organisation that work with fully-accredited landlords and offer free house hunting advice.

Got a question?

If you want to find out more about applying to the university of Salford through Clearing, take a look at our list of frequently asked questions.

FAQs

What is Clearing 2019?

Clearing 2019 is part of the university application process. It matches courses that haven’t been filled with students who want to apply. If you don’t hold any university offers but want to start a course in 2019, you can apply to university through Clearing.

Am I eligible to apply to university through Clearing?

There are a range of scenarios that could make you eligible to apply to universities in Clearing:

  • If you’ve got your exam results but don’t hold any offers
  • If you have conditional offers but miss your predicted grades
  • If you’ve declined all of your offers or haven’t responded by the due date
  • If UCAS received your application after Sunday 30 June 2019
  • If you already hold an offer for university but have changed your mind about where you want to study.
  • If you exceed the grade requirements of your firm offer and want to swap your existing place for one at another university, which is known as Adjustment.

When does Clearing 2019 start and when can I apply?

Clearing 2019 opens on Friday 5 July. You can apply to university through Clearing as soon as you have your exam results.

What courses are available at Salford through Clearing?

A range of courses are available at Salford through Clearing. Search our Clearing 2019 courses to find a course that matches your interests.

What are the entry requirements?

Entry requirements for Clearing courses vary according to the course you are interested in. When you have your exam results, call us to find out if you’re eligible to apply.

Can I visit the campus?

If we offer you a place through Clearing, we’ll invite you to a Clearing Visit Day where you’ll get the chance to explore our campus, learn more about student life, and find out from current students what it’s really like to study here.

How does Clearing 2019 work on UCAS?

All Clearing courses are listed on UCAS. If you are eligible to apply for a course through Clearing, you will be notified on your UCAS Track screen when you create or log in to your account. If we make you a verbal offer and you choose to accept this, you will need to add your course as a Clearing choice in UCAS Track. Once UCAS notify us that this has happened, we will confirm your place.

Can I apply for accommodation?

If you receive an offer from us through Clearing, you can apply for accommodation. Our accommodation is managed by our partner, Campus Living Villages. Alternatively, you can find a shared house through Manchester Student Homes. Manchester Student Homes are an independent organisation that work with fully-accredited landlords and offer free house hunting advice.