What is University 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.
You'll be eligible for 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
In addition to an excellent academic environment, I have felt constantly supported at every step of the way right from the time I set foot on campus.
Glasgow is a perfect city for studying because it has everything the student needs from restaurants, cafes and shopping. Overall, it is a diverse city and the people here are friendly which helps in the process of adjusting to a new place.
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It’s right in the heart of Glasgow, always plenty to do within the city as well as being a short distance from the Trossachs! It has a very welcoming atmosphere from the first day, there are a lot of clubs and societies to choose from.
There is always something going on in Glasgow, whether it’s gigs, pub crawls or even late nights in the library; there’s plenty to do. I didn’t know anyone on the business course at first and found the class size to be a little daunting, but Strathclyde offers many opportunities to meet people and share these experiences with.
The highlight of my time at Strathclyde has been meeting new people from all over the world and being exposed to a lot of different cultures and lifestyles.
Times Higher Education University of the Year - again!
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Coronavirus: information for applicants & offer holders
We understand that many of our applicants and offer holders are dealing with challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. We are undertaking a lot of work to try and ensure we manage the impact this may have on students who will be joining us.Coronavirus information & FAQs