Planning on appealing your A Level Results?

As this year’s grades have been assigned due to the cancellation of exams, we understand that you may want to appeal your results. If you have received a confirmation of your place on your preferred course, we don’t need to wait for the results of your appeal, you have a definite place at Swansea and can start to plan your arrival.

If you have received a change course offer, we will be able to move you onto your preferred course if your new grades match that course’s current entry requirements.

We will need to see your new grades before 30 October. If we get your new grades before the course begins, you can start on your preferred course. We will also be able to move you between courses if we receive your new grades from the start date up until 30 October.

Please accept your change course offer on UCAS Track for this to happen. This means that your accommodation allocation will not be delayed.

Please note that this excludes any commissioned/clinical courses which are funded by Welsh Government.

If you want to re-sit your exams, and are holding a confirmed place either on your preferred course or a change course offer, you do not have to defer your place to study with us.

Appealing your results after Clearing

If you are applying for a place at Swansea via clearing and we make you an offer onto a foundation or other alternative course, please note that we may be able to move you onto your preferred course if your new grades match our current entry requirements for that course.

If we receive your new grades before the start of the course, you will be able to start on your preferred course. If we receive them after the start of the course, and before 30 October, we can move you onto your preferred course during term.

Please accept this clearing offer before 18 August to guarantee accommodation.

Please note that this excludes any commissioned/clinical courses which are funded by Welsh Government.

See our Clearing Guide for further information on the Clearing process and key dates.

Contact our helplines

Our friendly team are on hand to answer any questions you have about the appeals process: