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If you want to join us this year, Clearing is your way in
Wondering exactly what Clearing is? Confused because you thought it only started when A level results came out in August? Step right this way. Basically, Clearing is how we allocate any places we have left once the regular application period closes at the end of June. Same uni, same courses, same opportunities. Different way in.
That's the definition, anyway. But what does it really mean for you? Well, it means that the door's open now to sort a place studying at the University of Hull from this September. Yes, this September. It's not too late to apply. And it's not too early to find out if there's a course with your name on it.
You might already have your results and be ready to apply. Or you could be planning ahead and weighing up your options for when you do get your results. Either way, we can help point you in the right direction.
Ready to apply right now?
You can actually apply now if you want. Literally this minute. Just fill out the form below, and one of our friendly admissions team will take a look at your application and get back to you as soon as possible. If you're making an application from overseas, this is the form to use.
I'M READY TO APPLY THROUGH CLEARING
Planning ahead for results day?
If you're looking ahead to work out your options for when you finally get your results: good plan. You can use our pre-registration form and one of our expert admissions team will call you back.
I'M LOOKING AT MY OPTIONS
Alternatively, contact our admissions team directly by calling
What do some of our previous Clearing students have to say?
"Don't be afraid to ask for what you want. Even if you didn't get the grades you wanted, universities do look at other things."
Tayo Adeleye, Business Economics and Marketing
"When I called Hull, it felt like the person on the phone was really listening, rather than just thinking 'grades, grades, grades'."
Charlotte Pamplin, History and Archaeology
"It's a scary word, 'Clearing'. But no matter what happens there's a very high chance of you getting into university."
William Thomas, Chemistry (with foundation year)
"Clearing was pretty simple: I just called up and got a place. Hull were very reassuring, and I got to visit the uni before I accepted."
Deborah Akinwumi, Law
"I'm now at a better university than the ones I originally applied for because of Clearing and choosing a foundation year."
Ellie Smith, War and Security Studies
"University isn't just about your course - I've met more people with different views and interests than I ever would at school."
Blaine Pearce, Politics and International Relations