Clearing 2017

Ruskin Clearing Support 

Choosing your course of study is a big decision and we know that it is an important factor for you. This can be even more difficult through clearing so we highly recommend that you gather course information now. As part of our clearing support we can offer you the chance to discuss any aspect of your course with one of our current tutors. Our tutors will be able to answer any questions or concerns you may have about the course and explain the links with careers and employability. Our clearing support service will offer you a dedicated advisor who can walk you through our application process, enabling you to find key information about your chosen course, the College, student services and the clearing process.

Our dedicated team of advisors will work to assist you in understanding information, myth busting and ensuring that you are well informed in advance of making your decision.

It’s not too early to get ready for clearing or you can make an application directly to us now.

Phone. 01865 759600

Email. enquiries@ruskin.ac.uk

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Open Day. Saturday 19 August 11am - 2pm. Book now

 


We have vacancies on the following courses for entry in September 2017

Applied Social Sciences BA (Hons)
Community Development and Youth Work BA (Hons)
Global Labour and Social Change MA
Health and Social Care Foundation Degree
Law Certificate of  Higher Education
Social Work BA (Hons)                                                      

Our clearing hotline will be open on Thursday 17, Friday 18 and Saturday 19 August.

Our dedicated phone number will be available from:

Thursday 17: 8.00am – 7.00pm

Friday 18: 8.30am – 6.00pm

Saturday 19: 9.00am – 5.00pm

Monday 21 - Friday 8 September: weekdays only 9.00am – 5.00pm

Bank holiday Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 August: Closed

To apply before these dates please contact our Admissions Office on 01865 759600 or apply now.


Win a debt-free degree

Are you considering studying one of these qualifications this September?

Health and Social Care Foundation Degree

Applied Social Sciences BA (Hons)

Apply for one of these courses and enter this fantastic competition. If you win, your course tuition fees will be paid by Ruskin College – that’s a prize of up to £27,000!

To enter, as part of your application you will need to submit a 750-word essay on how winning this competition will change your life. In return, we will help you share your journey from application to graduation through blogs, social media, video and our website.

Judging will take place shortly after the closing date and 10 candidates will be shortlisted. Subject to successfully passing the standard College course application interview, one lucky winner will be selected. It could be you!

The competition closes at 31 August 2017.

Find out more and enter.


Learn more about Ruskin College

Ruskin is an adult college founded in Oxford in 1899, providing vocational degrees, apprenticeships, and access programmes with a social purpose that transform the lives of individuals and their communities. We are a small college with big ideas; with 118 years’ experience of enabling individuals to realise their potential in social work, activism, social care, youth work, public service, politics, voluntary work, and the creative industries.

We pride ourselves on our individualised approach to learning; with small interactive group sessions, industry-standard facilities, exceptional support, and expert tuition.

Our teaching is tailored towards our student's ambitions and their needs. In a rapidly changing and integrating world, students need to be equipped with an educational experience that will help them prepare for working and living in the 21st century. Ruskin is the ideal environment for individuals who want to make positive changes to their lives and have the determination to secure the education and qualifications that we offer.

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Phone. 01865 759600

Email. enquiries@ruskin.ac.uk

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Open Day. Saturday 19 August 11am - 2pm. Book now