What is Clearing?
With clearing, you have the opportunity to find the course that suits you best. Clearing is a process managed by UCAS which matches applicants to full time higher education places in universities and colleges. If you are looking to start a part-time course, you can apply directly to the college. If you changed your mind about your course choice, or are yet to apply for higher education, you can use clearing to find a course ready to start in September 2022.
When can you apply through Clearing?
You do not have to wait until results day to apply through Clearing. You can make an application to Leicester College through UCAS Clearing from now, if you are not holding an offer from another university or college. You can also use clearing if you have changed your mind
How to apply through Clearing
If you have already made an application through UCAS, sign into your UCAS Hub to see if you are in Clearing. If you are, your Clearing Number will be shown – you will need to this to make applications, so make a note of it.
You can take a look at our courses which still have places available and if you are interested in a course, call us today on 0116 224 2240 (please request to speak to the Higher Education Team).
Please contact us on 0116 224 2240 for guidance on the next steps if you have not already made an application through UCAS, (please request to speak to the Higher Education Team).
Which courses have Clearing spaces?
We have numerous full and part-time places on our university-level courses, starting in September 2021, in areas including:
- Art, design and graphics
- Artistic makeup and special effects
- Built environment and construction
- Business and management
- Music and sound technology
- Performing arts
- Photography and video
- Teacher training
- Tourism and events management
Beat the queue! Call our clearing line 0116 224 2240 (please request to speak to the Higher Education Team).
I am not sure what I want to do. Can I get some advice?
Yes, you can! Our team of specialist and independent careers advisors can talk to you about your options and help you progress successfully into further or higher education, employment or training. You can book an appointment with a careers advisor. We can support you remotely via email, telephone or Skype.