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Be ready to call on results day, with Kingston’s Clearing hotline number, details of your results, and your Clearing number from UCAS Track if you have one.
Keep an open mind. Your heart may be set on a course but it’s worth considering similar options. Courses with foundation years have lower entry requirements.
Add your choice in time. Most unis give a time that their offer is valid, usually 12–48 hours. Make sure you enter your Clearing choice before this time is up.
Kingston University has an excellent record for teaching quality, aiming to develop students' potential, transform their lives and improve society. Students can choose from a wide range of degree programmes reflecting their interests and the demands of the modern workplace. Four teaching campuses are located in and around Kingston upon Thames, a lively and student-friendly London borough that's just a 30-minutes train ride from the heart of the capital.
Despite the uncertain times, students can be assured their application to Kingston University will be considered and processed in just the same way as normal during Clearing. Students can call Kingston’s Clearing hotline and secure a place on their chosen course. The university knows students may have questions so there’s a Q&A section on its website, which includes details on how teaching will take place this autumn. More information for applicants is available on the university's coronavirus web page.