UCAS Clearing
& Results 2022

UCAS CLEARING & Results 2022

If you wish to be considered for clearing for any of the undergraduate or foundation degrees at Stranmillis University College please complete the online COURSE ENQUIRY FORM.

 

FAQs

Q: My decision from Stranmillis University College is still ‘Pending’ on UCAS?

A: If your decision is still ‘Pending’ on UCAS, it is because either, we have not received all of your results from UCAS or because you did not meet the conditions of your offer.

If you have received all of your results and believe you have met the conditions of your offer, please email a scanned copy of your certificate(s) to registry@stran.ac.uk

While you wait for a decision to be made on your Firm Choice, you may wish to be considered for one of the Foundation Degree programmes offered by Stranmillis University College and delivered at our partner FE Colleges, please click here to register your interest. (Please note, there is only a small number of spaces available on these courses.)

Course Enquiry Form 2022

You may also wish to consider other options in Northern Ireland while we make our decision on your application. Please visit the below links for further information:

https://www.qub.ac.uk/Study/Undergraduate/routes-to-university/

https://www.stran.ac.uk/routes-to-university/

Q. I have filled in the Course Enquiry Form, how will I find out if I am successful in getting a place?

A. Your application will be assessed by a member of the Admissions Team and they will get back to you in due course.  Please note that this is a very busy time and that it may take some time to hear back.

Q: I am on the Reserve List; how will I know if I get a place?

A: We are currently waiting on applicants who have been given an offer to accept or decline their place. If a space does become available on the course, then a member of the Admissions team will be in touch with you.

Q: I wish to withdraw my application; how do I do that?

A: You can use the Self-Release function on your UCAS Track. Alternatively, you can send an email to registry@stran.ac.uk and ask to have your application withdrawn. Please include your name, UCAS ID and course in the email and include if you wish to be released into Clearing or if you wish to withdraw from UCAS.

Q: I am appealing my grade, what do I need to do?

A: If you are appealing a grade, you must notify us of the result of the appeal before Wednesday 7th September. We will honour a remark until the 7th  September if you meet the original conditions of your offer. Beyond this date we are not obliged to consider remarks, but we will of course try to be as accommodating as possible if places are available. You should be aware that grades may go down as well as up following an appeal.

Q: I wish to defer my offer until next year, can I do that?

A: We do not accept deferred entry onto any of our courses. If you are wish to commence your studies in September 2023 then you will need to withdraw your application and reapply through UCAS next year.

 

If you would like further information on clearing opportunities or if you have a query about your application , please telephone 02890 384263. Phone lines will be open from Thursday 18th August at the following times:  10.00-12.30 and 14.00-16.00.

REASONS TO STUDY AT STRANMILLIS

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Student Satisfaction

Stranmillis is ranked 1st in Northern Ireland, and 6th in the UK, for student satisfaction (NSS 2020).

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Work-based placements

100% of our undergraduate students undertake an extensive programme of work-based placements.

Employability

Employability

Our graduates are highly sought after, with 97% in employment or further study fifteen months after graduation.

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study abroad

A third of our students take up the opportunity to spend time studying abroad.

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Academic staff

71% of our academic teaching staff are qualified to doctoral level.

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Student success

We are proud to have a 95% student success rate.

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Academic standards

The UK Quality Assurance Agency reports the highest level of confidence in academic standards.

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Network of partners

The College has a network of over 750 school, education and alternative placement partners.