The Clearing process runs from early July and helps to place students who applied late or have not secured a place on courses where there are still spaces.
You will need to be available in person to deal with admissions tutors and make decisions. Plan your summer holiday so you are at home when your exam results come out.
In Clearing, you can apply for any course that has places left. You do not need to keep to the same subjects for which you first applied.
Vacancies available at Queen's will be published on our website at www.qub.ac.uk/clearing. Our vacancies, along with those for other institutions, will also be published on the UCAS website. Check the lists for courses that interest you and then contact the university or college to ask if it will accept you. It is a good idea to do this yourself because the admissions tutor will want to speak to you personally, not a parent or teacher. An admissions tutor who is seriously interested in you will ask you to refer your application to the university using your UCAS Track account.
DO NOT refer your application to a university or college unless they ask you to do so.
If you find a place through Clearing, UCAS will update your UCAS Track account accordingly.