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    Number 1 in the UK in seven subjects

    more than any UK university bar Cambridge (Complete University Guide 2019)
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    We’re a 5-star QS-rated University

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    Glasgow’s one of the top 10 destinations to visit in 2018

    (New York Times, 52 Places to Go in 2018)
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    £650 million campus investment

    over 10 years
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How Clearing works

Courses available will depend on where you're from. See below for details:

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    Scottish and EU students

    The University of Strathclyde does not have places available in Clearing for Scottish or EU students. Places for these students are capped by the Scottish Funding Council and are already full.

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    Students from England, Wales, Northern Ireland and outside the EU

    We have places available for students from England, Wales, Northern Ireland and outside the EU.

  • What is Clearing?

    Clearing is the process where you can apply for courses that still have places available. Applicants contact us directly to see if we’ll accept them. Once you've received an offer email from us, this offer can be accepted through UCAS Track.

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    Am I eligible?

    Depending on where you live, you’ll be eligible for UCAS Clearing if you:

    • applied through UCAS after 30 June
    • have not received any offers
    • have rejected all your offers
    • have not met the conditions of your offer
    • have not made an application yet
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    How do I apply?

    You can find out more details about how Clearing works and how to apply in our Guide to Clearing.

Jack McMullan, LLB (Hons) in English Law student, standing in front of street art on Ingram Street
The staff in the Strathclyde admissions office were fantastic! They were very reassuring and talked me through the process one step at a time.
Jack McMullan
LLB (Hons) in English Law student
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Confirmation & Adjustment

Find out all you need to know about Confirmation & Adjustment.

Hannah Waters, MEng Chemical Engineering undergraduate student

Undergraduate study

Get details of undergraduate study at the University of Strathclyde.

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Why Strathclyde?

We've an international reputation for teaching excellence, while Glasgow's a great city in which to live.

Student Accommodation, Garnett Hall


We provide secure accommodation for every student who joins us through Clearing. Find out more.

Studying in Glasgow - what our students say

Our students tell us all the time that they love living and studying in Glasgow. From great live music, sporting events and dining out, to shopping, diverse culture and a vibrant nightlife, there's so much to see and do.

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Bursaries & scholarships

For students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland joining us through Clearing, we have a generous package of bursaries on offer.

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View information on the University’s fees for undergraduate study in 2018-19.

Daniella Ocaya, Philosophy, Politics & Economics student
I got an offer from Strathclyde the very same day as results day.
Daniella Ocaya
BA Philosophy, Politics & Economics student
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International Students

Glasgow's a vibrant multicultural city and the University's home to over 22,000 students from 100+ countries.

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Visiting opportunities

The best way to find out more about our campus and student life is by visiting us. Find out about scheduled dates and other ways to come and see us.

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Advice for parents and carers

Going to university is a big step for your children, as it is for you. We give advice on how you can help them prepare for results day, should things not quite go to plan.

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Our prospectus

Download a copy of our undergraduate prospectus for 2018/19 entry.

Jyoti Joshi standing under Rottenrow Gardens archway
I got to know one of the ladies and it helped because it meant that only one person was dealing with my offer rather than five or six people.
Jyoti Joshi
Mechanical Engineering student