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Welcome to the University of Wolverhampton.

We are delighted that you are considering making us part of your future. Going to University is life-changing, and we provide a first-class experience for our students.

As a major player in the UK higher education sector, we continue to excel in the areas that have contributed to our excellent reputation: award-winning teaching, state-of-the-art facilities, international partnerships, strong business links and innovative research.

Clearing opens on 5th July for 2019 entry. If you haven't yet applied to the University of Wolverhampton, you can pre-register for a call-back on results day.

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"I couldn't believe how straightforward it was"

You needn't worry about having to apply for a place in Clearing. But don't take our word for it - here are some of our students experiences of Clearing.

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  • What is Clearing?

    If you haven’t yet got a place confirmed at university for this September, Clearing is the way applicants like you are matched to available places on university courses.

    You can enter Clearing if you:
    • applied for university places through UCAS but have not received any offers
    • haven’t met the grades of your chosen university
    • declined the university places offered to you
    • haven’t already applied for a place at university

    Still unsure? Check out our guide to Clearing.

  • When can I apply through Clearing?

    You can apply through Clearing once you have your confirmed results. For most applicants, this is on A-level results day: Thursday 15 August. If you already have your results, you can call us now!

  • What is Adjustment?

    If you got better results than expected in your exams – congratulations!

    And if you exceeded the terms of your original confirmed offer, you’re eligible to register on UCAS Track for “Adjustment” – this allows you to reconsider where, and what, to study: perhaps you can apply for your original choice, or re-think your plans altogether.

    There will be places available for exceptional candidates like you at University on many courses. We’d welcome your application, so please talk to us!

  • What subjects are you offering?

    For our most up-to-date list of courses with places available, check out our website and then give us a call on 01902 51 85 85!

  • How do I apply?

    Once you’ve chosen the course in Clearing you want to apply for, give us a call! Our Clearing hotline number is 01902 51 85 85.

    Have your grades and personal details (address, contact details and date of birth) ready.

    We’ll check availability on the course, discuss further details, and could even make you an informal offer over the phone! Alternatively, get in touch on Twitter or Facebook and we can help you with your application via social media.

  • What do I do on UCAS?

    UCAS list all university courses available in Clearing online.

    Create/log in to your UCAS Track account. If you are eligible, a Clearing button will have automatically been added to your UCAS Track screen.
    Once you have received a verbal offer from us, and you want to accept, click 'Add Clearing choice' within your UCAS Track account and enter our institution details and the chosen course.

    We will then receive this notification and confirm your place; this will show as an acceptance on the choices page of your UCAS Track account.