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University of Surrey Clearing

University of Surrey Clearing

Adjustment and Clearing 2017

Thank you for your interest in the University of Surrey.

All of our 2017 undergraduate degree programmes are now full. Applications for 2018 entry open in September. Explore our degrees.

Provisional Clearing offers

If you currently hold a provisional clearing offer and the deadline to refer via UCAS is imminent, please don’t worry – you still have time.

Your offer won’t be withdrawn without prior notice.

If you want to speak to a member of the Admissions team, please call 01483 682 222. (Lines are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm).

Welcome Week 2017

Once your place at Surrey has been confirmed, please visit our Welcome Week website for important information about what to do next.


Applying to Surrey

Adjustment and Clearing

If you want to study at Surrey but don’t hold an offer, you may still have a chance to secure a place through Adjustment or Clearing.


If you exceed the conditions of your offer for your firm choice you’ll be eligible for Adjustment. Adjustment gives applicants the opportunity to secure a place on an alternative course while still holding their firm place.

You’ll need to register for Adjustment through UCAS Track. Further details are available on the UCAS website.

Our Clearing & Adjustment site goes live in August and will show places available at Surrey.


Clearing is for applicants without a confirmed place at university once their exam results have been published.

Applicants interested in applying through clearing are advised to contact universities directly to see if there are vacancies. Most universities publish vacancies on their website and a full list is available from UCAS.

Our Adjustment and Clearing site goes live in August and will show places available at Surrey.

Further details about Clearing can be found on the UCAS website.

Read our top tips for Adjustment and Clearing and case studies of students who joined Surrey through Adjustment and Clearing.