Welcome to the University of Dundee Clearing Website
Clearing is the process by which applicants who are not holding any offers through UCAS or GTTR can seek entry into University. There are several reasons why you would be in Clearing.
- You are not holding any offers after consideration of initial applications.
- You are applying after 30th June.
- Your firm or insurance choice places have not been confirmed after receipt of the exam results.
How do I apply?
If you are eligible for Clearing you should automatically be informed by UCAS and be given a Clearing number. Although you can contact several universities and be offered a place at more than one through Clearing, you must only firmly accept one offer through UCAS Track.
If you are interested in any courses at the University of Dundee please follow these steps:
- Visit the site related to your Fee Status and view Vacancies
- Click on the title of the course (s) that you are interested in to find out more about the programme
- If vacancies are available and you wish to be considered please follow the Apply link and complete the Application Form. You can also call our Clearing Helpline on +44 (0)1382 386386 and give the same detailed information over the phone to one of our call handlers.
- If vacancies are not available but you wish to leave your details on a Waiting List, please complete the online Enquiry Form.
- Clearing for Scottish and EU Applicants
- Clearing for Rest of the UK (English, Welsh, Northern Irish) Applicants
- Clearing for International Applicants
- Clearing for Postgraduate Applicants
We aim to reply to all Application Forms within 2 working days. Some courses may require an interview, therefore, a decision on entry to the course may take slightly longer.
The four fee categories are Scottish, Rest of UK, EU and Overseas.
"My home is in Scotland and I am studying in Scotland."
If the above statement applies to you then you will probably be classified as a Scottish student.
Undergraduate students will pay the Scottish student tuition fee rates as detailed on each specific course page under Fees and Funding. Scottish-domiciled students studying full-time courses can apply to the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) for their tuition fees to be paid on their behalf providing they meet their residence conditions.
RUK (Students from the rest of the UK including England, Northern Ireland, Wales, Jersey, Guernsey &Isle of Man)
"My home is in England, Northern Ireland, Wales, Jersey, Guernsey or the Isle of Man and I am studying in Scotland."
Rest of UK (RUK) usually refers to students from England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man whose normal home address is in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey or the Isle of Man.
Undergraduate students will pay the RUK student tuition fee rates as detailed on each specific course page under Fees and Funding.
UK students should seek advice from the relevant student finance contacts to learn more about financing their education in Scotland.
- Student Finance England
- Student Finance Northern Ireland
- Student Finance Wales
- Isle of Man Government – Department of Education and Children
- Guernsey Government – University and Higher Education
- States of Jersey – Student Grants
"My home is NOT in Scotland or the rest of the UK, but in a non-UK EU country and I am an EU national."
If the above statement applies to you then you will probably be classified as an EU student.
Undergraduate students will pay the EU student tuition fee rates as detailed on each specific course page under Fees and Funding. EU students from outside the UK studying full-time courses can apply to the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) for their tuition fees to be paid on their behalf providing they meet their residence conditions
Overseas students (non-EU)
"My home is NOT in Scotland and I am a national outside the EU."
If the above statement applies to you then you will probably be classified as an Overseas student.
You will pay the Overseas student tuition fee rates as detailed on each specific course page under Fees and Funding. For fees and funding support for overseas students please visit UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs). You may or may not be eligible for some form of Student Support from the Scottish Government.
Further information on Fees and Funding can be found at: http://www.dundee.ac.uk/admissions/fees_funding/
Frequently Asked Questions
- What if I haven't applied yet?
- When does Clearing start?
- When does Clearing end?
- What can I do before I get my exam results?
- I have already applied to Dundee - how can I find out if I have been accepted?
- Will I have to pay fees?
- University Accommodation - is it still available?
- When will my studies begin at Dundee?
- What Happens to My Application?
How to Apply
- You can either complete our online Application or Enquiry Form or call our Clearing Helpline. Please follow the instructions on the “Apply” tab.
Following submission of an Application Form, we will contact you with a decision within 2 working days. Following submission of an Enquiry Form, we will only contact you if vacancies arise on the course you are interested in.
We are open from the 26th of July to 21st September Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm GMT. We do not close for Bank Holidays.
The Vacancies Helpline
Admissions and Student Recruitment
University of Dundee
2 Airlie Place