Clearing 2022 will open on Tuesday 5 July but depending on your situation there may be a few things you can do right now:
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Already applied through UCAS?
If you've already applied through UCAS, there are a few options available to you between now and 4 July. Find out all you need to know on our UCAS Extra and late applicant page.
Looking to apply to university for the first time this year and ready to apply?
There's nothing stopping you applying right now! Simply browse our undergraduate courses and apply through UCAS in the normal way up until 4 July. After 4 July you can still apply but your application will be processed through Clearing.
What is Clearing?
If you’re from the UK, Clearing is a service, open every year between July and September, that can help you find a place on one of our full-time undergraduate courses starting in the autumn. Clearing is ideal if you decide you want to go to university a little later than usual, you don't get the grades you were hoping for or you've changed your mind about your the course or university you originally chose.
We've helped thousands of people just like you find a place on a full-time undergraduate degree through Clearing and we look forward to welcoming many more students through Clearing this year.
Find out more about Clearing 2022
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Read about our students' experiences of applying through Clearing
My London Met journey
"In what has been an amazing journey at London Met, not only have I made friends and memories for life, but I have also been able to grow into a man ready for anything."
The benefits of studying at a multicultural university
"Being in such a vibrant environment has helped me to connect my own pieces, understand myself better and also relate to different habits and cultures."
Being accepted at London Met as part of the LGBTQIA+ community
"The teaching staff were well educated about the LGBTQIA+ spectrum and also very accepting and welcoming towards me."
My favourite places to hang out in London
"My name is Alessio and I want to share with you some of the best places that I have hung out in London during my time at London Metropolitan University."