UCAS Clearing 2022

It’s not too late to apply to study at Screen and Film School this September through UCAS

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A thriving set requires a broad community of creative, talented people who all have a vision and play a role.

At Screen and Film School we are more than just filmmakers. We are entrepreneurs, artists, writers, designers, sound editors and much, much more. You won’t get a better start to your career in film anywhere else.

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Meet the next generation of filmmakers

Our film community is waiting for you…

You’ll find an inclusive and diverse network of students at Screen and Film School, all with different skills, strengths and passions. Our courses span filmmaking, film business, production design, and hair and make-up.

Get to know some of the students you’ll be working with at Screen and Film School.

Meet Natasha
Specialism: Post Production Editing

Natasha is a third year BA (Hons) Filmmaking student at Screen and Film School Brighton, specialising post production editing.

Meet Luke
Specialism: Writing/directing

Luke is a first year BA (Hons) Filmmaking student at Screen and Film School Birmingham, specialising in writing/directing.

Meet Meagan
Specialism: Production Design

Meagan is a first year BA (Hons) Filmmaking student at Screen and Film School Manchester, specialising in production design.

Meet Inaz
Specialism: Sound

Inaz is a third year BA (Hons) Filmmaking student at Screen and Film School Brighton, specialising in sound.

Meet Alisha
Specialism: Production Design

Alisha is a second year BA (Hons) Filmmaking student at Screen and Film School Brighton, specialising in production design.

Meet Jack
Specialism: Directing

Jack is a first year BA (Hons) Filmmaking student at Screen and Film School Birmingham, specialising in directing.

 


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What is Clearing?

Clearing is how universities and colleges fill any places they still have on their courses.

From 5th July, you can apply for a course using Clearing if you’re not already holding an offer from a university or college, and the course still has places.

You can use Clearing if:

  • You’re applying after 30th June
  • You didn’t receive any offers
  • You didn’t meet the conditions of your offers
  • You’ve declined your firm place using the ‘decline my place’ button in Track

How Clearing works

If you already have your exam results, and you did not submit a UCAS application in the main scheme, you can use Clearing now. All students must meet conditions and enrol for 2022/23 entry by the 18th October.

If you have had conditional offers, but maybe didn’t achieve the grades you needed for your initial UCAS choices, you can use Clearing from 8:30am on results day (Thursday 18th August) when universities and colleges place a list of their vacancies on the UCAS website. You will be able to add a choice from 2pm on this day.

There are no offers through clearing, just unconditional acceptances. For Screen and Film School, this means we have to confirm that you’ve met any necessary academic requirements before we can accept you on a course.

Courses available through Clearing

We’ve published a full list of Screen and Film School courses which still have vacancies, which you can browse via the UCAS search tool.

View available courses

If you have already received your exam results, and you did not apply through UCAS in the main scheme, you can use Clearing from the 5th July. Here are the steps you must follow:

1. Make UCAS application

2. Obtain Clearing Number

3. Call the admissions team at Screen and Film School on 01273 602070 to provide your Clearing and ID Numbers and to check places are available on your chosen course

4. We will advise if you can put the college down as a choice on UCAS Track

5. Submit UCAS application, adding a course choice for Screen and Film School. We will then check your academic qualifications

6. Screen and Film School unconditional place offered

7. Your place is instantly confirmed (CLA)

If you have had conditional offers, but your exam results have not been quite what you were expecting, you can use Clearing from around 8am on results day (Thursday 18th August). Keep an eye on your UCAS Track and if you become eligible to use Clearing, an ‘Add a Clearing choice’ button will become available in the ‘Your Choices’ section. Here is what you will need to do:

1.  Obtain Clearing Number

2. Single choice applicants must top-up their fee to UCAS to £26 (an additional £6)

3. Call Screen and Film School on 01273 602070 to provide your Clearing and ID Numbers and to check on places available

4. We will advise if you can put them down as a choice on UCAS Track

5. Submit UCAS application. We will then check your academic qualifications

6. Screen and Film School unconditional place offered

7. Your place is instantly confirmed (CLA)

Clearing opens Tuesday 5th July 2022.

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‘Clearing’ is the term used for the way universities and colleges fill any places they still have available on their courses. Applications are made (at least partially), via contacting the educational provider directly.

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You can use Clearing if:

  • You didn’t get the results needed to get into your firm choice
  • You didn’t get the results needed to get into your insurance choice
  • You didn’t receive any offers when you first applied
  • You want to change your firm choice or insurance choice

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Yes! If you’ve had conditional offers, but your exam results didn’t quite go according to plan, you can use Clearing from around 8am on A-Level results day when universities and colleges place a list of their vacancies on the UCAS website.

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There are no offers through clearing, just unconditional acceptances. For Screen and Film School, this means we have to confirm that you’ve met any necessary academic requirements before we can accept you on a course.

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If you’ve already received your exam results, but haven’t had any offers to date, you can use Clearing from July. Here are the steps you must follow:

1. Make UCAS application

2. Obtain Clearing Number

3. Call Screen and Film School on 01273 602070 to provide your Clearing and ID Numbers and to check on places available

4. Screen and Film School will advise if you can put the college down as a choice on UCAS Track

5. Submit UCAS application. We will then check your academic qualifications

6. Screen and Film School unconditional place offered

7. Your place is instantly confirmed (CLA)

 

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If you’ve had conditional offers, but your exam results aren’t quite as expected, you can use Clearing from around 8:30am on A-Levels results day. Keep an eye on your UCAS Track and if you become eligible to use Clearing, an ‘Add a Clearing choice’ button will become available in the ‘Your Choices’ section. Here’s what you’ll need to do:

1. Obtain Clearing Number

2. Single choice applicants must top-up their fee to UCAS to £26 (an additional £6)

3. Call Screen and Film School on 01273 602070 to provide your Clearing and ID Numbers and to check on places available

4. Screen and Film School will advise if you can put them down as a choice on UCAS Track

5. Submit UCAS application. We will then check your academic qualifications

6. Screen and Film School unconditional place offered

7. Your place is instantly confirmed (CLA)

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Get in touch

If you’d like to start your journey to a successful and sustainable career in film, television and screen this September, be sure to make the most of university Clearing 2022 while you still can.

For further information on Clearing at Screen and Film School, please contact our Clearing Hotline on 01273 602070 or email [email protected].

 

 

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