This period of Clearing and Adjustment will run until 9 August, during which time students will be able to apply online directly to Kent for any remaining course vacancies.
Students with results from the International Baccalaureate, Scottish Highers, and BTEC and other vocational courses are expected to apply during this first phase of Clearing.
After 9 August there is an embargo period until 15 August, when A-level results are published.
Kent has already received a large number of enquiries about its courses, the application and admissions process, and its always popular Open Days, the next of which takes place at its Canterbury campus on Saturday 6 July.
Running from 9am to 3pm, the Canterbury Open Day will enable prospective students to learn more about Kent’s wide ranging courses and programmes, student finance, academic life and facilities, on-campus accommodation and the University’s student experience – widely regarded as one of the best in the UK. Staff and student volunteers will be around throughout the day to chat about Kent, answer questions and help participants find their way around.
The University’s Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost David Nightingale said: ‘We look forward to welcoming our visitors to Open Day. We are also looking forward to helping students find the right course for them during Clearing. This year we have increased and improved our support for anyone going through this process and aim to make it as easy as possible for them.’