We only list universities that have recently accepted students with your grades for your degree subject. Universities requiring the highest grades are at the top of the list, those asking for lower grades are at the bottom.
We use A level grades to select universities. This is less accurate for Scottish universities and Conservatoires. The results are based on past students and do not guarantee a place this year. A university might need extra things beyond A levels, such as experience, and wherever your grades are borderline we have kept the university in the list.
If you're interested in how the Course Finder works, see this short article.
University clearing is a path into university if:
First, double check the UCAS Track to see if your first and second choice Universities have decided to accept you, offer you the option to change your course or not based on your grades and UCAS Tariff points. If they have not this is where university clearing comes in to help you still work towards a degree in your chosen field.
If you know what type of degree you would like to study use our Course Finder to see what universities offer that degree with your grades.
When applying through clearing there are a few pointers you need to make sure you follow to process your clearing application:
Similarly to how you choose your options for where you would like to go to university the first time around, students are able to contact many universities to see their clearing options. However only one course can be entered in UCAS Track for your clearing option to be processed.
Use our Course Finder to see Universities that have accepted people with your grades recently and use these as a starting point to see which universities to call.
For anyone interested in how we select which universities to show...
If you're not interested in this just return to the Course Finder
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