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Clearing is still open in Gloucestershire

It's not too late to get to university in Gloucestershire this year, with clearing still open at both the University of Gloucestershire and Hartpury University.

Whether you've done better or worse in your exams than expected, changed your mind about your original choices or decided that you would like to go to university this year after all, you can still apply to both universities through clearing.

Hartpury says it will consider all students as individuals and do everything it can to match them to the right course. It has plenty of FAQs on its website, but also advises students to give the university a call on 01452 702333 for support in finding the right course.

The University of Gloucestershire has clearing places still available on a huge range of courses from nursing to sport and marketing to geography. You can view the full list of courses with clearing places on the website.

Anyone with any queries can contact the university's clearing hotline on 03330 432 414. For prospective students wondering what life at the University of Gloucestershire is really like, it is also possible to connect with current students from a range of courses and backgrounds through the website.

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