Call our Clearing hot-line (0121 476 1181), or contact us via Facebook, Twitter or WhatsApp, to receive an offer to study your chosen course.
Follow the steps below if you are registered with UCAS:
- Log into UCAS Track to accept our formal offer
- ‘Add Clearing Choice’ by entering the course details by the date advised.
The application is then processed to ensure any conditions have been met and the offer will become ‘Unconditional’ in UCAS Track and be followed by a confirmation letter.
N.B. In UCAS Track you can only add one course.
If you are not registered with UCAS call our Clearing hot-line 0121 476 1181, now.
Call our friendly Admissions team (0121 476 1181) or contact us via Facebook or Twitter and we will see if we can offer you a place on our course and inform you of the process to decline your original offer in order to accept the your offer from Newman.
You can apply through clearing if you did not meet the entry requirements for a conditional offer elsewhere, or you are holding no offers and have not withdrawn from UCAS. If you have not previously applied through UCAS please contact our Admissions department directly on 0121 476 1181.
If you feel the course you are holding an offer on is no longer suitable you need to release yourself on UCAS from the university with which you are holding an offer. Once you have been released you can apply for other courses.
Applicants with better results than expected will normally have exceeded the conditions of their firm choice. Adjustment provides an opportunity for prospective students to reconsider where and what they should study and we will consider applicants in Adjustment for places at Newman University.
To be eligible to use Adjustment applicants must have achieved results that have met and exceeded the conditions of their conditional firm (CF) choice*, had their offer confirmed and paid the full application fee.
* If you have met but not exceeded the conditions of your CF choice, and want to come to Newman, please contact us on 0121 476 1181.
First year students are given priority in the allocation of rooms in the Halls of Residence. For further details about on-campus accommodation and our first year priority allocation, or off-site accommodation, please contact Karen Carter: email@example.com.
If you have applied for a course through clearing, there’s still time to get some student finance in time for the start of your course, visit the Student Finance England web page for further information and then apply online for student finance.
However, the deadline for applications has passed, which means Student Finance England may not be able to work out your full entitlement in time for the start of term.
If this is the case:
- Student Finance England will make sure that you have some student finance available to you as close as possible to the start of your course. You will be initially assessed to work out how much funding you will receive without taking your household income into account.
- Student Finance England will then fully assess your application based on your household income once they have received and processed all the information and evidence required to support your application.
If you have already applied for student finance but your course, university or college have changed due to the clearing process, you will need to inform Student Finance England of the changes. You can do this quickly and easily by logging into your student finance account and changing your details – even if you applied on paper.
To make sure you are paid your student finance at the start of term, please sign and return the declaration form Student Finance England sent you with your Financial Notification letter. Once you register with your university or college, and they confirm your attendance with Student Finance England, your student finance will be paid into your bank in two to three working days.
Please note that you will not receive any money prior to the course start date. The Maintenance Loan and any grants due to you are paid directly into your bank account and your Tuition Fee Loan is paid directly to your university or college.