Confirmation & advice
Have questions about your results or your place at the University of Strathclyde? Our helpline team is here to provide advice and guidance to Scottish students receiving their results:
- If you're holding an offer with us for entry in 2022 and have questions about your place
- If you're a 5th year student going into 6th year and looking for advice on subject choices
- If you're leaving school and looking for advice on college routes
Call us on 0800 389 3931 (Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm).
With the exception of PGDE Secondary Education, MSW Social Work and LLM Law (Graduate Entry), the University does not have places available in Clearing for Scottish students, as places for these students are capped by the Scottish Funding Council and are already full.
We are however delighted you are interested in studying at the University of Strathclyde and hope you will apply for the 2023/24 academic year.
SQA Appeals Process
We know that some pupils will be appealing their grade(s) and may be holding a conditional offer for a place that depends on the outcome of the appeal. Candidates should register for an appeal by 16 August to get a priority appeal, which SQA will process by 6 September, in time to meet the relevant UCAS advisory deadline. We will do our utmost to hold places for applicants making a priority appeal. Where we are not able to do so, and conditions are met through appeal, we will offer deferred entry to September 2023. Applicants are advised to inform us of an appeal as soon as they decide to submit, and to get further advice on their options. Find out more about the Appeals Process 2022: what you need to know.
Confirmation & advice
Call our team on 0800 389 3931 (Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm).
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