Places are still up for grabs on a select number of courses at Glyndŵr University.
Already 100 people have already signed up for the Wrexham University’s next Open Day, which takes place from 10am until 2pm this Saturday.
Many more are expected to attend and discover which subjects are available, as well as information on fees and finance, accommodation, enrollment and the Students’ Guild.
Clearing is open until the end of September, so people unsure about what to do still have time to decide on which university to attend.
Julie Cowley, Head of Student Recruitment at Glyndŵr University, urged them not to panic and take advantage of incentives including ‘kick-start’ foundation years and £1,000 scholarships.
She said: “Many people will still be deciding on whether to go to university, and which university to choose. Some will feel it’s too late but it isn’t, there is still time to apply and join us this September.”
Julie says students who narrowly missed their firm or insurance places due to disappointing A Level results shouldn’t be afraid to call the University directly and explain the situation.
“Universities can be sympathetic and teams of advisers are still available to offer guidance and give a decision, often immediately,” she said.
“Prospective students need to demonstrate determination and focus on getting their place. Those who show the confidence and fortitude to chase places will often stand in good stead with admissions teams, who will appreciate the initiative.
“I would encourage anyone with any questions to call us on 01978 293439 or visit the Open Day this Saturday where staff and members of the Students’ Guild will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.”
For further details on A Level results and UCAS Clearing visit the webpage http://bit.ly/13a6S0u
Visit http://bit.ly/ia4PA6 for more information on this Saturday’s Open Day.