Keele University admissions team poised to support students through Clearing day
Keele University’s admissions team are ready and waiting to help the thousands of learners set to join the university for the next academic year, and are also poised to support those whose plans may have changed and may wish to apply through Clearing.
Students up and down the country are eagerly awaiting their results for their A-Level, BTEC, and T-Level qualifications on Thursday (18th August) when they will find out the next steps in their education journeys, with many choosing to progress to university.
Robbie Pickles, Director of Global Student Recruitment and Admissions, said Clearing has changed considerably over the past decade; as well as helping students who miss their target grades, it’s now also a useful tool for students who want to change their successful application to consider another university, or even apply for the first time when they previously hadn’t considered it.
Robbie said: “The past few years have been a challenging time to learn – through lockdown and restrictions – and everybody recognises the brilliant work students have done to get to this point. Thursday’s results will be a testament to that achievement and the work teachers and school staff, as well as parents, supporters and friends, have done to support students through this process.
“Whatever the outcome on Thursday, it’s important for students to celebrate their achievements and reflect on how well they have done under difficult circumstances. As a university, Keele will do everything it can to be flexible and provide support to those who need it.”
For more information on Clearing vacancies at Keele, or to contact the team, visit keele.ac.uk/clearing or call 01782 491120.
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