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Advice on Clearing and Confirmation

Hear from Roisin McEvoy, Head of Admissions and Access, with all you need to know to make the most of clearing opportunities at Queen's.

Clearing enables you to apply for any university course that has places left. You don’t need to keep the same subjects you previously applied for- the choice is yours.

No matter how you begin your student journey in September, we'll be here to support you and warmly welcome you into our community.

Complete guide to Clearing

How to apply via Clearing, what happens if you have an offer and more information.

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Get your Clearing Answers

Unsure about the options open to you through Clearing and Adjustment? We have you covered.

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Get your UCAS decision

Decision pending? Accepted / Insurance Offer? Find out what these mean here.

Understanding your UCAS decision

One of the top 10 most beautiful historic universities in the UK

(QS World University Rankings 2020)

Belfast has the lowest cost of living in the UK

(Mercer Cost of Living City Ranking 2021)

Joint 1st in the UK for Research Intensity

(Complete University Guide 2022)

A member of the prestigious Russell Group of 24 UK research intensive universities.

“I was devastated when all my friends got in to their choices apart from me. I just called Queen’s and got a place – as simple as that.”

Poppy McPeake
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“The cost of living is so cheap! I pay less bills and rent than my friends. Going out in Belfast is really fun. There are lots of different options and everywhere is within walking distance”

Alice Poole
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Advice for Parents and Carers

Going to university is a big step for your children and you. Hear from two parents about their child's clearing experience and get advice on how to prepare for results day and what steps to take.

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Other Routes to University

Study a foundation degree or other higher education qualification at one of Northern Ireland’s six further education colleges then progress to complete your degree at Queen’s University or other local institutions, or enter full time employment.

Find out how we can help you enter university, with hundreds of course options across Northern Ireland.

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