As of July 5th, the University of Birmingham is officially open for Clearing. This is an exciting time for applicants who either rejected all their university offers, or didn't receive any. If you don't yet have a confirmed place for university this September, Clearing is a great opportunity for you to find one!
At this time, universities across the UK look to welcome students onto degrees that are not yet filled for the coming academic year. Every year, many students find a place at university through Clearing, so why not choose the University of Birmingham as the place to begin your path to a successful career?
To qualify for Clearing at the University of Birmingham with Kaplan, you must be an international student, and either:
1) have submitted an application via UCAS before June 30th, but have no offers or have rejected all offers
2) submit a UCAS application on or after July 1st
What do I need to do?
If you fall into one of the categories mentioned above, then contact us for more information on how to begin your application for Clearing at the University of Birmingham.
Once you have received your results, we can advise you on entry requirements and the degrees available to you. Remember that admission granted via Clearing is given on a first-come first-served basis, so it is important to get in touch now.
Why choose The University of Birmingham?
The University of Birmingham, based in the UK’s 2nd biggest city, is a world-renowned member of the elite Russell Group. Ranked 15th in the country (Guardian University Guide 2018) and top 100 worldwide (QS Rankings 2016-17), the University of Birmingham is highly regarded for producing successful graduates who leave with great career prospects and earning potential.
The red-brick university campus sits in the affluent suburban area of Edgbaston – close to the international Edgbaston cricket ground. Students are also a short distance away from the city centre, where they’ll find a huge range of shops, restaurants and various other amenities.
The University of Birmingham also boasts one of the largest international student populations of any UK university. With over 150 nationalities represented on campus, it’s one of the most vibrant and welcoming places to learn. New students will find it easy to integrate thanks to various fairs and societies.
To learn more about more about Clearing at The University of Birmingham, and how we can help you, please contact us.