Welcome to SAE Clearing 2019

From 5 July to 30 September, higher education institutions and colleges will be offering places on courses that still have spaces. This process is called ‘Clearing’.

As soon as you have received your results and have your Clearing ID number you are ready to call SAE. Clearing can be a stressful time, but please don’t panic! We’ve made it easy for you and put all the information you need in one place.

We have limited vacancies across the following creative media disciplines:

How do you apply through clearing?

Step 1 - Gather the information you need

  • Go to UCAS Apply and make a note of your clearing number and personal ID number
  • Make a list of your qualifications, including your GCSEs
 

Step 2 - Call us on 03330 112 315

  • Call our Clearing helpline 03330 112 315 to talk about the courses and available places
  • Once you have an offer, add us as your Clearing choice on UCAS Apply. UCAS normally only makes this option available late in the day on Thursday 15 August. Scottish students can do this as from 6 August.

Step 3 - Take a tour

  • If you want to take a look around, book yourself onto a campus tour. Call our Clearing helpline 03330 112 315 to arrange a tour with your prefered campus.
  • You can also take a 360 Campus Tour if you can’t get to us in time, or simply can’t wait to see our amazing facilities!
 
 

UCAS Codes

Institute code:

  • S05

Campus code:

  • A | London
  • E | Liverpool
  • D | Glasgow

Course code:

  • BA/BSc (Hons) Audio Production - W616
  • BA/BSc (Hons) Music Business - 4L26
  • BA/BSc (Hons) Digital Film Production - W612
  • BA/BSc (Hons) Visual Effects Animation - 615W
  • BA/BSc (Hons) Game Art Animation - IW63
  • BSc (Hons) Games Programming - G620
  • BA/BSc (Hons) Web Development - W281

Why study at SAE?

  • Our 2-year practical degrees cost less than the typical 3-year model - and they mean you get out into industry sooner.
  • Our hands-on, industry focused training helps you reach the top of your game.
  • Our state-of-the-art campuses have high-tech, industry-standard facilities and equipment
  • Small class sizes mean more personalised contact with our expert technical staff and specialist tutors who boast a wealth of experience in the industry.
  • Our industry supporters can offer you invaluable work experience, guidance and inspiration including SAE Extra masterclasses, where they share their tips and tricks for getting ahead.
  • Our alumni mentoring scheme will make sure you are a true professional by the time you graduate. Our alumni network connects over 12,000 members across the globe.

Start your creative journey with SAE

Call us now on 03330 112 315 or fill in the online application form now.

Application Form

SAE will be hosting Results Day drop-ins

What are the entry requirements to study at SAE?

Course Requirements

  • You need a minimum of 72 UCAS tariff points (if you don’t quite meet these requirements, call our admissions team on 03330 112 315 to discuss)
  • You have the equivalent* of a Grade C/Level 4 or above in GCSE English
  • If you are wanting to study Audio Production or Games Programming you also need the equivalent of a Grade C/Level 4 or above in GCSE Maths
  • If you are a mature student, we also consider work and life experience. In such cases, SAE requires applicants to provide satisfactory evidence of their ability to successfully complete the programme

Information for BTEC and Access students

If you already have your BTEC or Access results and you are interested in studying on a course at SAE, you don't need to wait until August before starting to search for your place.

Please contact our Admissions team now to find out about places available at enquiries@sae.edu or call 03330 112 315

If your qualifications meet our requirements, we can make you a firm offer on the course of your choice (subject to availability and interview for certain courses).

Your BTEC results

If you haven't yet applied to us, you will need to obtain your results from your school or college before applying for a place.

If you have already applied, we will receive BTEC results directly from UCAS from June-September. If you already have your results, please email them to enquiries@sae.edu as this will speed up the process and allow you to firm up your plans to come to SAE in September.

Access students

Whether you have yet to apply or are already holding an offer at SAE, please scan and send your Access results through to enquiries@sae.edu as soon as you receive them from your college.

If you are an Access or BTEC student with outstanding Level 2 or GCSE qualifications, please don't wait until you get these results to send existing qualifications through to us. Send us your Access or BTEC results as soon as you receive them.

English Language Requirements

If your first language is not English, you will need a qualification that demonstrates competence in English.

Overseas applicants (Non EU/EEA)

Approved English language tests include:

  • UKVI SELT IELTS (Academic and General) band score 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 within each component) from a UKVI approved centre
  • Trinity College London- B2 level- tests done in the UK from a approved UKVI centre

NOTE: The Home Office no longer accept ETS exams as evidence of English language ability. This includes the TOEFL iBT test, provided by ETS.

While we welcome applications from International students (Non EU/EEA) through clearing, due to visa processing times we are more likely to make offers for the next available intake starting in January, May or September 2019 (depending on course availability)

EU/EEA applicants

Approved English language tests include:

  • IELTS (Academic and General) band score 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 within each component)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) academic, with a minimum of 51 in each component.
  • Cambridge ESOL Proficiency Test in English (CPE), at no lower than grade C.
  • Cambridge ESOL Advanced Test in English (CAE), at no lower than grade C.

Recognition of prior learning

If you hold a qualification from another institution, or if you have formally completed components of another qualification, you must submit authorised evidence of those achievements along with your application.

Please refer to Policy A06 Academic Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for details.