Clearing and Adjustment 2014: University of Leicester

Posted by pt91 at Aug 12, 2014 04:00 PM |
Key information for applicants on A Level results day
Clearing and Adjustment 2014: University of Leicester

Thomas Veit, Director of External Relations.

Issued by University of Leicester Press Office on 12 August 2014

For photo/filming requests or interviews please contact the Press Office on 0116 229 7467 or er134@le.ac.uk

Final preparations for Clearing and Adjustment 2014 are underway at the University of Leicester as A Level results day approaches on 14 August.

A complete list of University of Leicester courses with vacancies will go live at www.le.ac.uk/clearing2014 and applicants can call the admissions hotline on 0116 373 6000 from 6.30am on 14 August.

This year the University is offering students the chance to come on campus tours during the Clearing period and will hold an open day for late applicants on Saturday 16th August 2014 from 10am – 3.30pm. Students can book their places through www.le.ac.uk/clearing2014/

The University has also set aside more than £8 million for undergraduate scholarships, with individual scholarships ranging from £1,000 to £3,000.

Director of External Relations Thomas Veit said, “We strongly encourage high quality prospective students to ring early on Thursday morning to talk to one of our advisors.

“This is a great opportunity to study at Britain’s leading inclusive university. We are consistently ranked in the top 20 of UK universities based on our high quality teaching and a great student experience. Since the National Student Survey began in 2005 we have never been ranked outside of the top 20.

“We also offer support to help you build the skills, experiences and exposure that employers are looking for, right from the start of your time at university.”

The University of Leicester admissions hotline 0116 373 6000 is open from:

Thursday 14th: 6:30am-7pm

Friday 15th: 6:30am-6pm

Saturday 16th: 9am-4:30pm

Sunday 17th: 9am-4pm

Monday 18th onwards: 9am-5pm

Confirmation line: 0116 229 7005

International line: +44 (0)116 252 3040

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