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VIDEO: It's not too late - apply for Clearing until September 20, says University Of Hull

University Of Hull: Let us shed some light on Clearing
University Of Hull: Let us shed some light on Clearing
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Not applied for Clearing yet? ‘It’s not too late’, says the University of Hull.

With applications still open until September 20 the University of Hull is on a mission to reveal the truth about Clearing.

So if you’re thinking of changing your course, switching your career or getting back into studying, they’ve got a message for you: 'There’s still time'.

EASY GUIDE: For a step-by-step guide of how to apply visit the University of Hull’s website at www.hull.ac.uk/clearing.

CALL OR REGISTER ONLINE: The University of Hull's Clearing helpline is 01482 462232. Lines open at 8am on results day. To apply for remaining courses - CLICK HERE.

BOOK A VISIT: You can visit the University of Hull to see for yourself what life at university is like with Clearing Visit Days from Friday, August 17 to Friday, August 24, 10am – 3pm. Interested? To book a clearing visit - CLICK HERE.

This will help you to get a feel for the campus and is useful when sorting out your accommodation. Plus, you can get all your questions answered by staff and students who know the University best.

It’s not too late.

Clearing opened for applications on Thursday, July 20, and closes on September 20, 2018 at 6pm.

REVEALED: THE TRUTH ABOUT CLEARING

You may think Clearing is just for students who don’t get the grades for their chosen university. But you’d be surprised.

The truth is, there are many reasons why you’d go through Clearing. You may have done better than you thought you would, and want to switch universities. You may have changed your mind about what you want to study. You may have just decided to go to uni last minute, without applying before. You may be looking for a career change, or just want to study the subject you’ve always loved.

It’s an opportunity, not a last resort

It’s how thousands of students get on to the best course at the best university for them. Students like Eleanor Smith, who studied BA War and Security Studies at the University of Hull.

You may think Clearing is just for students who dont get the grades for their chosen university. But youd be surprised.

You may think Clearing is just for students who dont get the grades for their chosen university. But youd be surprised.

She said: “I’m now at a better university than the ones I originally applied for because of Clearing and choosing a foundation year.

“My advice to others is to be just as enthusiastic about your Clearing options as your original application.”

It’s not just about your grades.

If your grades aren’t what you hoped for, don’t panic. You’ve still got plenty to offer, and there are doors still open to you. Universities like Hull look at your whole application: volunteering, work experience, and achievements outside of school and college.

Tayo Adeleye, Business Economics and Marketing student at Hull, said: “Don’t be afraid to ask for what you want. Even if you didn’t get the grades you wanted, universities do look at other things.”

Each year, students come to Hull through Clearing because of unexpected grades, and they go on to flourish on their degree courses.

It’s not as scary as you might think

For a step-by-step guide visitwww.hull.ac.uk/clearing

For a step-by-step guide visitwww.hull.ac.uk/clearing

Six words. That’s all you need to say. “I want to apply through Clearing.” Then the person over the phone will talk you through the rest.

Deborah Akinwumi, a Law student who applied through Clearing, said of her experience: “Clearing was pretty simple: I just called up and got a place. Hull were very reassuring, and I got to visit the uni before I accepted.”

University of Hull is on a mission to reveal the truth about Clearing

University of Hull is on a mission to reveal the truth about Clearing