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CLEARING 2019

2019 INTAKE
COURSE TITLEDURATIONUCAS APPLICATION CODE
Gradd Sylfaen mewn Amaethyddiaeth (FdscAmaeth)
2 Years

3H2W

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Agriculture (FdSc Agri)
2 Years

3H2F

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Amaethyddiaeth (BSc Agri)
3 Years

G4HW

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Animal Science (Animal Sci)
2 years

73B8

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Animal Behaviour and Welfare (BSc Animal)
3 years

02XD

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Animal Behaviour and Welfare Top-Up (BSc Animal)
1 year

02XX

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Applied Computing (HND A Comp)
2 years

8N49

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Applied Computing (BSc A Comp)
3 years

2D3T

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Care Studies (FdSc/CS)
2 years

L500

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Childhood Studies (FdSc/CStud)
2 years

L521

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Social Care Studies (BASCS)
1 year

3D4C

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Counselling (FdCoun)
2 years

B23K

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Counselling (BSc Coun)
1 year

P85G

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Football Coaching and Performance (FD FOOT)
2 years

CC60

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Football Coaching and Performance Top-Up (BSC Foot)
1 year

CC61

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Rugby Coaching and Performance (FD Rugby)
2 years

C60C

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Rugby Coaching and Performance Top-Up (BSC Rugby)
1 year

C61C

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Sports, Coaching and Performance (FdSc/SCP)
2 years

C611

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Sports Coaching and Performance Top-Up (BSc/SCP)
1 year

CX6C

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Mechanical Engineering (HND Mech)
2 years

8N50

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Fashion Apparel Design and Construction (BA/FADC)
3 years

W2H0

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Fine Art Painting, Drawing and Printmaking (BA/FAPDP)
3 years

W101

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Photography (BA/PHO)
3 years

W640

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Sculpture: Casting, Carving and Construction (BA/FAS)
3 years

W130

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Art and Design Multi-Disciplinary (BA/A&D)
3 years

W000

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Textiles: Knit, Weave & Mixed Media (BA/TADC)
3 years

W232

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Ceramics & Jewellery: 3D Maker (BA/TDDMCP)
3 years

WW27

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CLEARING FAQs
What is Clearing?

Clearing is a process where students can apply directly to the university or college of their choice for a course. Clearing only takes place once a year and starts on the day that the A Level results come out, 15th August, and lasts until mid September.

Who is Clearing for?

Clearing is for you if your original options have been closed down, either because your firm and insurance choice universities have rejected you, because your results were lower than expected, or because you have declined all offers, possibly because your results were better than expected. Essentially, Clearing represents a new search on a blank sheet of paper. You can't keep original options open and go into Clearing. People whose original UCAS applications were too late also go straight into the Clearing system.

How do I know if I'm eligible?

The best place to check your status is the Track system on the UCAS site - http://www.ucas.com/. Track will automatically notice if you fit the Clearing bill and it will show your Clearing number.

Which courses can I consider?

Any ones you like. This is a new start. You don't have to confine yourself to subjects and courses similar to your original choices. However, you'll need to make a decision about what type of course you're aiming at. To do this, talk it through with teachers or careers advisors at school or college.

What is Clearing Adjustment?

Each year some applicants gain better exam results than were predicted or expected. The Adjustment Period allows applicants who have met and exceeded the conditions of their firm choice offer to reconsider where and what to study. This means we can consider you for a place, on a course with vacancies, whilst you retain your offer at your chosen institution. You only lose your original offer at your original chosen institution once you formally accept an offer at another institution, within the 5 day adjustment period.

Adjustment is available from A Level results day (15th August) until 1 September. An individual’s Adjustment period (5 calendar days) starts when their conditional firm (CF) choice changes to unconditional firm (UF) or on the 15th August, whichever is later.

For more details about the Adjustment Period and to register for Adjustment please visit the UCAS website.

I didn't apply for university or college and my results are really good and I want to go now - what do I do?

The important thing to remember is that you can phone us direct at Coleg Sir Gar and many other universities or colleges from 16th August to see what is available, so it pays to think about what kind of course you want to do and where. Then just pick up the phone - the UCAS website has a guide to Clearing at http://www.ucas.com/ or have a look through this website to see what is available at Colegsirgar.ac.uk

What happens when I phone?

If you phone the College you will speak to firstly Admissions who will then put you through to the academic member of staff in the subject area that you want to study. They will be able to give you advice and in most cases they will be able to give you an instant decision. But don't feel pressurised to accept the first offer you get. You can always explain that you're looking at a few other options and make an arrangement to call back later. We at Coleg Sir Gar know that students are juggling possibilities at this stage and it's in everyone's interests that people choose courses that they're best suited for. 

Contact Us on 01554 748174

How long are the phone lines open for?

You will be able to contact Admissions on the following times:

Monday to Thursday from 8.30am – 5pm

and on Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm

Can I email you?

Yes - simply send an email to us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Remember to include the word Clearing in the subject.

I didn't get the grades for the course I applied for and I'm looking around. What should I do?

Firstly check with your chosen university or college to confirm that they are not offering you a place - don't just assume that because you didn't get the grades that they won't accept you. If they won't accept you, then you will need to look for alternative courses to study, perhaps at a different university, and phone around. A useful thing to remember is that when you phone, have your Clearing number handy.

I've made the phone call and I've been offered a place. What happens now?


We will send you a letter straight away confirming your place and asking you to send your original Clearing entry form, if you have one, back to us. If you have not previously applied to UCAS this year, we will send you a UCAS Record of Prior Acceptance form for you to fill in and send back to us.

What is your UCAS code?

Coleg Sir Gar/Carmarthenshire College                Code – C22

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