Clearing

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Call 03455 76 06 06 now to see if you can secure a University Clearing place at the University of South Wales.

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Places available this year

The University of South Wales has a limited number of places available for suitably qualified applicants to start a course in September 2014.

Take a look at our course pages to see what's available.

Please note that during the University Clearing period, the normal entry requirements may not apply. Please contact us on 03455 76 06 06 to find out if you are qualified for a particular course.

What is Clearing?

Clearing is a service that can help people without a university place to find vacancies on suitable higher education courses. You could be in Clearing for a number of reasons, including:

  • You didn't meet the criteria for your original course
  • You've been unsuccessful with your applications to other universities
  • You've withdrawn your application for all of your other courses
  • You've only now decided that you'd like to come to university

How do you apply through Clearing at the University of South Wales?

Your first step will be to decide which course you'd like to study. You can look for a specific course or browse through the subject areas on our Clearing course pages.

Once you have found a course, call our Clearing hotline on 03455 76 06 06.

Why should you come to the University of South Wales to study?

Our graduates get jobs. 93% of our graduates are in paid emplyment or further studies within six months of them graduating (Graduate Destination Survey, 2011).

The university has campuses in Pontypridd, Cardiff and Newport. Find out more about the location of our campuses and what you can do in the local area.