UCAS Clearing and Adjustment
SOAS Clearing email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Information for SOAS applicants
- What is Clearing and Adjustment?
- Available degree programmes
- Campus tours
If you applied to SOAS prior to Clearing and want to talk to us about any aspect of your application, please email: email@example.com
Entry requirements are detailed on the individual programme pages. If you have narrowly missed the advertised grades, please get in touch to discuss your options with us.
Clearing helps students who have not achieved the results they were expecting to find the right degree for them.
Adjustment allows students who have achieved higher than expected results to upgrade to a different degree.
We have a limited number of Clearing and Adjustment places available on the following degrees.
Languages and Cultures
- African Language and Culture
- African Studies
- Arabic and Islamic Studies
- Chinese (Modern and Classical)
- Chinese Studies
- Hebrew and Israeli Studies
- Japanese Studies
- Korean Studies
- Middle Eastern Studies
- South East Asian Studies
- South Asian Studies
Arts and Humanities
- Global Liberal Arts
- Global Popular Music
- History of Art
- History of Art and Archaeology
- Study of Religions
- World Philosophies
Law and Social Sciences
- Development Economics
- Development Studies
- International Management (China)
- International Management (Japan and Korea)
- International Management (Middle East and North Africa)
- International Management and South East Asian Studies
- International Relations
- Politics and International Relations
Inter-departmental degree programmes
If you are interested in more than one subject area, there are many opportunities to combine two degrees. Take a look through our degree listings to see which combined programmes are available.
Please note that the following additional degree programmes are available as part of a combined degree only:
Campus Tours will be running from Friday 19 August to Friday 26 August between 11am - 3pm, every hour, on the hour. You will also have an opportunity to find out detailed information on your programme of study. To attend, simply head to reception in the main SOAS building.
SOAS offers both private and intercollegiate halls for our Undergraduate students. Many of our first year students also choose to rent private accommodation. Coming through Clearing, it's not too late for you to find accommodation you are happy with. The SOAS Accommodation Officer will have a drop-in session between 1 - 2pm every weekday from Friday 19 August to Friday 26 August should you wish to discuss your options.
You can find out more about accommodation options by visiting our accommodation page.
It is important to tell Student Finance as soon as possible that you will be studying at SOAS, and be sure to use the generic degree title. More information on degree titles and other funding queries can be found on our finance pages. SOAS Welfare Officer will have a drop-in session between 12 - 1pm every weekday from Friday 19 August to Friday 26 August should you need assistance.