Can I go through clearing without a reference?
Those who haven’t yet applied to any universities can also apply through Clearing once they have their results. However, you’ll need to have completed a UCAS application to use Clearing. You can apply online through UCAS Apply. Don’t forget you’ll need a reference as well as your personal statement.
What happens if you don’t have a reference for UCAS?
In a current or recent school or college, ask your tutor, teacher, principal or head teacher. If you left education years ago, ask an employer, volunteering supervisor or trainer. Don’t ask family, friends, partners or ex-partners though – if you do your application may be cancelled.
How do you refer yourself in clearing?
Log into your UCAS Track account, click the ‘Your Choices’ tab and then the ‘Add Clearing Choice’ button. You can now refer yourself to Leeds Beckett. However, if you still hold an offer with your Firm or Insurance choice university, you will need to be released from this before you can refer yourself to Leeds Beckett.
Do they look at your personal statement in clearing?
Your Clearing application will contain your original personal statement. If you wish to submit a new personal statement to reflect your interest in the new course, contact the university to ask them how to do this.
Can you apply to a university after being rejected?
If a university rejected you, can you apply to them again? There’s nothing stopping you from reapplying to a university. If in doubt, speak to a teacher or adviser, or contact the university directly to discuss your application.
Can I apply through clearing if I have an offer?
You won’t be able to apply for a Clearing course if you’re still holding an offer from either your firm or insurance choice. Before you decline your place on either your firm or insurance choice, call the university of the Clearing course you’re interested in and see whether you get a verbal offer.
Is UCAS Reference important?
Universities cite the UCAS reference as a deciding factor which affects whether a student gains a place on their chosen course or not; it could also have an impact on whether a university offers a student a conditional or unconditional place.
How do I submit my UCAS application without a reference?
If you have to send your application without a reference (which should only be done as a last resort), then you must contact your university choices and ask if they’ll still consider your application if you were to arrange for the reference to be sent direct to them soon after deadline day.
How do I accept my UCAS clearing offer?
If they offer you a place and you want to accept it, add the Clearing choice in Track. When you sign in, if you’re eligible for Clearing, in the ‘Next Steps’ section you’ll be given an option to ‘Add a Clearing choice. ‘ You can apply for one choice at a time through Clearing.
Is Clearing first come first serve?
Is UCAS Clearing first come first serve? UCAS Clearing does work on a first come first serve basis, which is why it can often be an anxious time for prospective students who are submitting an application.
Do you have to do interviews for clearing?
The Clearing process for university: who you’ll speak to Some Clearing courses only require an initial phone call; others require another interview over the phone or even in person.
Do you need an academic reference for UCAS?
No, we will need you to provide an academic reference with your UCAS application, ideally from your current school/college/university. If you are applying to transfer from another university, you will usually need to supply a reference from one of your current tutors rather than from your previous school or college.
When do I need to send my UCAS application?
Applications for the majority of undergraduate courses should arrive at UCAS by 18:00 (UK time) on this day (check course details in our search tool for the correct deadline). The reference needs to be completed before the application can be sent to us. Extra starts for eligible applicants.
When is the closing date for UCAS music applications?
Applicants can pay and send their applications to UCAS, and conservatoires can start making decisions on applications. 1 October 2021 Closing date for music applications is today at 18:00 (UK time) – applications received after this date will be classed as ‘late’ and are not guaranteed to be considered by the conservatoires.
When do you have to apply for UCAS Conservatoires?
These applications run to separate timetables set by the conservatoires – check their websites, or contact them for info. UCAS Conservatoires Apply opens for 2021 entry. Applicants can pay and send their applications to UCAS, and conservatoires can start making decisions on applications.