Students across the UK will be collecting their A level results on Thursday and making important decisions about their future.
To guide them, the University of Plymouth will be offering tailored support to those looking to begin their studies in the city, with a range of options available whether they meet, exceed or fail to achieve their expectations.
A dedicated call centre will open at 08:00 on Thursday 13 August, staffed by recruitment teams and trained advisers, including current students who got their places at University through the Clearing process.
It aims to ensure students make the choice which best suits their aspirations, also offers them the chance to talk with lecturers in their chosen subject area.
The University is also running a virtual information day on Sunday 16 August, providing an opportunity for students who are applying through Clearing to learn more through online chats with lecturers and service areas.
The efforts around Clearing are happening as work continues on a programme ensuring students and staff can return to campus safely. It aims to ensure new and continuing students’ education and support, while providing them with the opportunity to enjoy the outstanding experiences which attracts many students to the University.
Professor Julian Chaudhuri, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education and Student Experience), said: