Have your results? Apply now!

Applications through Clearing are now open to students who have received their verified grades for the International Baccalaureate or other qualifications. If you have your confirmed results, you can apply now.

You must submit confirmed results in order to make an application; if your results are not verified you will not be offered a place. If you are yet to receive your results you can register your interest in advance.

Register your interest in Clearing

Waiting to receive your results and thinking of applying through Clearing this summer? Register your details with us now and we'll keep you informed of what's happening.

What is Clearing and Adjustment?

Clearing and Adjustment can be the perfect solution if you need to make new plans fast.

  • If your results aren't what you were hoping for, if you've changed your mind about where to study, or if you made a UCAS application but hold no offers, you can explore other course vacancies through Clearing.
  • If your results are better than you expected, you can apply through Adjustment.

Clearing officially begins in July but is most used around A-level results day in August. City will have Clearing and Adjustment spaces available across a wide variety of courses, with applications open to UK and international students alike.

Unsure what Clearing is, when it starts and what you need to know to get ready? Our essential Clearing tips will help you prepare for applying to City this summer.

Meet us online

Our friendly team of students and staff are here to help guide you through Clearing.

Throughout the summer we'll be running a series of online events where you can find out how the process works, what it's like to study at City and have your Clearing questions answered.

Online chat

If you have any quick questions, or can't find the information you're looking for elsewhere, you can also talk to us via online chat.

Alice and Ben's Clearing experience

Ben and Alice both found their place at City through Clearing. Hear them discuss their experiences of the process and what they've since gone on to achieve.