Clearing & Late Applications for Scottish & EU Applicants
We have available places on our courses starting September 2017 through clearing.
Am I eligible to apply?
If you are interested in one of the courses listed, please check the course page to find out if you meet our entry requirements.
How do I apply?
If you think you meet our requirements you can proceed to apply via UCAS:
Applications for undergraduate courses must be made through UCAS. You can apply online at www.ucas.com/apply. When you apply you will require our institution code name and number:
- Institution code name: RGU
- Institution code number: R36
Once you register and create your username and password you are guided through the process of applying. After submission, log in to your UCAS Track account and you can see the progress of your application, view and respond to your offers.
If you have any queries please contact us:
Watch the UCAS video explaining how you can use Clearing to find a course at university or college if you don't have a place.
This two-year top-up programme, leading to an Honours degree, has been designed to meet the requirements of applicants who have completed a relevant HND in Computing.
Develop the personal and transferable skills needed to develop and manage computer networks and receive comprehensive Cisco CCNA training.
Learn object-oriented software design and development skills that are the basis of a career as a professional software developer who can work effectively in a variety of environments and product development technologies
Our Cyber Security degree provides you with the knowledge and skills to secure and protect critical information systems to the high professional standards demanded by industry.
This course brings design, production and development together in the world of Digital Media providing an exciting future for graduates with this degree.
This course will enable you to develop knowledge and skills for application in the design and management of construction projects.
Explore the development and utilisation of a broad range of vital circuits and systems that fulfil society's needs in electronic and electrical technologies.
Undertake in-depth study in the two specialisms and obtain the academic qualifications required for professional Chartered Engineer status after just four years of study.
This course combines the core aspects of mechanical engineering with a specialism in electrical engineering.
There is a great demand in industry for engineering graduates that have a broad range of knowledge, covering both Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
This course combines the core aspects of mechanical engineering with a specialism in offshore engineering.
This course will equip you with the skills needed to face the many challenges of this industry and prepare you for your future career in offshore engineering.
Discover the design, construction and operational systems of machines, structures and industrial plants and gain the academic requirements to become a Chartered Engineer.
Explore in-depth the wide-ranging subject of Mechanical Engineering and obtain the academic qualifications required for professional Chartered Engineer status after just four years of study.
A course designed for students who wish to gain a qualification with a broader range of biomedical science subjects, allowing them to find employment in the medical/ pharmaceutical sector.
Develop the knowledge and skills to enter a range of and exciting and dynamic biological disciplines.
Scientific skills are vital in finding evidence that will assist in the investigative phase of a police enquiry.
The Pharmacist is a healthcare professional whose role has expanded greatly in recent years, making pharmacy a hugely varied and rewarding career. This course, leading to award of MPharm, will allow you to enter pre-registration training, successful completion of which permits application to register as a pharmacist with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).
Learn how nutrients in food are used in the body, and how you can help improve the quality of people's lives by understanding the relationship between diet and health.
A Dietitian uses nutrition science to devise eating plans for patients to help manage medical conditions. This course covers the sciences that underpin diet, and the relationship with health and illness, and supports development of skills necessary to work with individuals and groups.
This course is professionally accredited by the RIBA and ARB and teaches all aspects required to become a professional Architect including the design of buildings, towns and cities.
Teaches the core aspects of Architectural Technology, equipping you with specialist expertise in technical design and management.
This course provides a broad understanding of the skills related to the areas of quantity surveying and building surveying.