St Mary's announces courses will be available through Clearing
By Teddington People | Wednesday, August 14, 2013, 12:25
St Mary's University College announced it will be offering a limited number of places through Clearing as thousands of anxious A-Level students await their results this week.
This is the first year that the college has entered the Clearing process since 2010 and it will be offering places in a range of subjects including Applied Physics, Theology and Media Arts.
St Mary’s Registrar Tam Milner said: “When students don’t achieve the grades they had hoped for they often feel like they have wasted the last year and missed out on going to university, but this isn’t the case at all. We are offering places on various subjects through Clearing, all of which could offer students the perfect opportunity to continue on their road to higher education this September.”
However, Mr Milner urged students to be quick if they were interested in a place at St Mary's: “We only have a limited number of places available to offer through Clearing this year and these will be filled quickly, so students should call us as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”
St Mary’s Clearing hotline (020 8240 4225) will be open from 8am on Thursday 15th August, with an Open Day on Friday 16th from 10am to 5pm.
Students are encouraged to call or visit the campus in Strawberry Hill for an informal chat with trained advisors who will be able to guide them through the Clearing process and find the right course for them.
The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) and the Daily Telegraph will publish lists of course vacancies on Thursday 15th August.
You can find out more at the St Mary's University College website or by emailing email@example.com