Clearing comes early at Staffordshire University

"We want to reassure people that places are still available and we're here to help talk them through their options."

Sharon Young, Head of Admissions and Enrolments

Staffordshire University have opened their doors early in a bid to help people to get expert advice about starting a University course this September.

Their 'Clearing made clear' campaign is already up and running for the benefit of students receiving their BTEC results and those with general inquiries about applying late for a university place.

Help and support on offer includes dedicated webpages featuring available courses, a specialist hotline number where inquirers can speak to an expert, and personalised tours of the transformed Stoke-on-Trent campus and facilities with a student ambassador who has experience of Clearing.

Sharon Young, Head of Admissions and Enrolments at the University, said: “We know that waiting for results or realising late in the day that you want to go to University can be an anxious time but we want to reassure people that places are still available and we're here to help talk them through their options.”

All students enrolling on a course at Staffordshire University this September, including through Clearing, are guaranteed the opportunity of work experience.

How Staffordshire University can help:

• Visit www.staffs.ac.uk/clearing to view all courses in Clearing.

• Talk to experts on 01782 294400.

 

Contact

Maria Scrivens
Media Relations Manager
Marketing and Public Relations
L600, Flaxman Building
College Road
Stoke-on-Trent
ST4 2DE
t: +44 (0)1782 294375
m: 07766 520339
e: m.c.scrivens@staffs.ac.uk