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Have your UCAS number and exam results or teacher assessed grades ready before you call Sunderland’s Clearing phoneline.
If your results are less than you expected, or you’re returning to education, why not consider a four-year Integrated Foundation Year course.
Come and join Sunderland at its next online open day – 12 August – and hear from students and staff what the uni really has to offer.
The University of Sunderland has 20,000 students at four campuses across Sunderland, London and Hong Kong. Key strengths are health, sciences, education, advanced manufacturing, software, and creative industries. The university develops highly skilled graduates through career-focused teaching and learning, and by supporting students from all backgrounds. The university also recently opened a new School of Medicine; the first students started in September 2019.
At Sunderland, Clearing will operate as in any other year. The uni’s friendly staff are available on the phone to answer any and all questions you may have about Clearing throughout the summer and into September. On results day – 10 and 11 August – Clearing phone lines will be open from 7.45am until 7pm. Sunderland’s online open day on 12 August is the perfect opportunity to find out more about the uni, its courses and its students.