People who are unsure of what to do next can talk through their options with experts at 13 school and college campuses on Thursday, 14 August 2014.
In addition, people can call the University’s Clearing hotline on 0800 953 3222 from 7am – 7pm on Thursday. Advisors are already on hand to answer queries in the run-up to the day and the hotline will remain open over the next few weeks.
Anyone wanting to get face-to-face advice can call into the University’s advice centre between 9am and 5pm at The Gateway@The George in Wolverhampton and the newly opened centre at Shire Hall in Stafford.
And experts will be giving on-the-spot offers at the University’s Open Day at the Wolverhampton and Walsall Campuses on Saturday, 16 August from 10am to 3pm.
Staff will be at:
Ian Hart, Head of Access and Outreach, said: “The important advice for students receiving their A-Level results is not to panic. There can feel like there’s a lot of pressure to make a quick decision, but it is really important to make sure you make the right decision for you, and that’s where getting expert advice comes in.
“We have staff members on hand who can talk students through their options and find the right opportunity for them. Whether students want to talk to someone in person at a school or college, pop into one of our Gateway advice centres in Stafford or Wolverhampton, attend the University Open Day or call our dedicated Clearing hotline number 0800 953 3222, we have experts who can guide them through their next steps.”
Ian’s top tips for the Clearing process:
Further details are available at Clearing and Open Days.
Date Issued: Monday, 11 August 2014