Clearing places at UEA
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What is clearing?
It's your second chance for a first-rate course. If you've changed your mind about a course you've been offered or missed out on the grades you needed, you can give us a call and apply for the one you really want.
Clearing is for you if you didn't meet the requirements for a conditional offer, you didn't get any offers, you didn't apply, or you've simply changed your mind about a course or university.
Before you dive into the process, there are a few things you should do. First of all, don't panic, loads of people go through clearing and end up with the courses they want. Second, have a chat with your school or college careers advisor. Read More
How does clearing work?
Clearing may seem like a confusing process but in reality the process is really quite simple if you understand what you need to do and by when.
Clearing is traditionally seen as an opportunity to find a place at university if you haven’t performed as well as expected.
However clearing should be seen as an opportunity if you are thinking of changing your mind on your university choice or perform better than expected. We’ve created a simple ten step process to help you understand clearing.Read More
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Foundation Year Study
If you haven’t quite reached the grades you need to begin your undergraduate degree, do not worry—you can still come to University of East Anglia this September. You can apply for a Foundation Year through clearing, which will allow you to begin your UEA journey.
Whilst providing you with a strong platform that will allow you to progress into your undergraduate degree in the following academic year. Foundation Year study is available across a huge variety of our degree courses, and is an invaluable learning opportunity. A Foundation Year course will allow you to study around your chosen subject, whilst broadening your knowledge through the interdisciplinary approach to teaching.