You’ve received your Clearing or Adjustment Offer. What next?

Congratulations! You’ve got your clearing or adjustment place to come and study with us at Lancaster University. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to the University.

There a few things you now need to do.

Accommodation

You can apply for accommodation at Lancaster University as soon as your place is confirmed through UCAS. For Clearing and Adjustment applicants, we can guarantee you an offer of a room in accommodation owned, managed or approved by the University for the first year of your degree. We will be in touch directly with you by email to go through the process of applying for accommodation. In the meantime, you may find out more about accommodation, fees and our Colleges on our Accommodation pages or by calling the Accommodation team on +44 (0)1524 594910.

Student funding and fees

If you are eligible for a UK funding, there are some things you will need to do now to make sure your student loans (tuition and maintenance) are paid on time. It is important that you update your account with Student Finances to avoid any delay in payment of your loans. For more information please refer to the UK government's student finance website. Fee information may be found on our Fees and Funding pages.

Scholarships for Clearing and Adjustment applicants

We are delighted to be able to offer exceptional UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man candidates, a scholarship if you are made an offer through Clearing or Adjustment and meet certain conditions.

  • £1,000 Lancaster Scholarship for applicants who achieve AAA at A level and have at least 5 GCSEs at grade A/7 or above. This is awarded in each year of study, subject to progression.
  • £2,000 Lancaster Scholarship for applicants who achieve A*A*A at A level and have at least 5 GCSEs at grade A/7 or above. This is in addition to the £1,000 yearly scholarship and is awarded in the first year of study only.

We also have a range of support bursaries that may be available to you depending on your circumstances.

Learn more about our scholarships and bursaries

Disability Services

Adjusting to being away from home for the first time can be a challenging transition for students, particularly if you have additional needs. We offer a range of support to help you develop your independent learning skills and feel confident and comfortable. Please visit our Disability Services pages to find out what you need to do now, or email us at disability@lancaster.ac.uk.

International applicants

If you are an International Student and have been offered a place through Clearing, congratulations and welcome to Lancaster University.

Our website has a comprehensive section for International Students coming to Lancaster. You’ll find information about fees, language requirements, and settling into life in the UK and in Lancaster.

Our promise to you

It goes without saying that this year has been and continues to be very challenging. We have been working very hard to make sure that your experience at Lancaster University is as positive and fulfilling as possible. This is our promise to you

Coronavirus information

Please review the up-to-date information regarding the coronavirus (Covid-19) and what it means for studying with us here at Lancaster University.

And finally a very warm welcome to the Lancaster community

Our Welcome website explains the steps you should take before you begin your course and what to expect once you arrive. It covers everything from how to register as a student and arrange accommodation, to moving in and our Welcome programme.