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Record number of degree places taken up through clearing.

Record number of degree places taken up through clearing.

A record number of students have taken up places on degrees through clearing this year, official figures show, as universities were left scrambling to fill vacancies on courses.  

One month after A-level results day, 60,100 people have found places at British universities using the process, according to figures released by Ucas university admissions service.

 

The number of students placed in a UK university after applying directly through clearing, rather than through the main scheme, rose by 6 per cent, from 13,640 last year to a record 14,410.

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