Universities should have a clearing number
advertised on their website and their phone lines should open early on results day.
They'll need your Clearing number
(located on the welcome and choices pages in Ucas Track, which tracks the progress of your application) and your Personal ID number, which will let them see your application online.
You'll need your clearing number
, which is located on the UCAS website once you've logged in to your existing application.
If you pay the full UCAs fee PS23 on application you will be eligible for Clearing and automatically issued with a clearing number
Be prepared: The clearing process will require you to have specific details at the ready, such as your UCAS PiD, your clearing number
, your exam results and your course choices.
Just prepare a shortlist of universities and courses of your choice from the ones listed on the website, and make sure you have your personal ID and your clearing number
at the ready.
Your Clearing Number
is displayed on the "welcome" page and "choices" page in on the UCAS site.
If you are eligible for Clearing, UCAS will send you a Clearing passport containing a clearing number
, which a university or college will ask for if they consider your application.
Step four: You'll need your clearing number
to hand when contacting universities or colleges.
All students can get a clearing number
from Ucas and universities will ask applicants for this in order to consider them.
com to check the status of your application and to get your Clearing number
, you will also be sent a Clearing Passport which is pre-printed with your personal ID, application number and clearing number
and is the way to formally submit your application to a university.
Keep your Clearing Passport handy, as universities will ask for details of your Clearing number
and your application numbers.