Clearing 2018

If you would like to start a full-time university-level course this year, but haven't applied yet, or haven't got the grades you were expecting, Clearing is for you.

Clearing is the way we fill any available places we still have on our courses. It runs from early July to the end of September, and is traditionally centred around A Level results day.

So if for whatever reason you find yourself looking for an undergraduate course and you are interested in the animal, land-based, sport and construction industries then Moulton College may have just the right course for you.  Our degree courses include: 

All can be completed full-time but it is also worth knowing that many can also be completed part-time too.

Interested, then give us a call on 01604 491131 or email

Why study at Moulton College?

Moulton College is a unique place to study; we’re based in a beautiful rural setting on the edge of Moulton village but within six miles of Northampton and only an hour’s train ride from Birmingham and London. We’re also a short bus ride away from the University of Northampton who validate our degrees. 

Our facilities are world-class, including an animal collection which spans all five vertebrate groups and includes a meerkat family as well as incredible indoor and outdoor sports facilities. Our Equine Centre which has indoor and outdoor riding facilities also has a specialist therapy centre for horses needing rehabilitation and therapy treatment. Right beside our dedicated higher education building, is our modern Social Centre with a restaurant and bar for student use. You can also hop on a regular free bus and take advantage of the University of Northampton’s facilities too. We guarantee you’ll be impressed by our facilities, everyone is! 

Our tutors are experts in their fields and as we operate smaller class sizes than many universities so you are able to benefit from more one-to-one time with them. You’ll be pleased to hear our fees are also less than those charged by many universities. 

How does Clearing work?

If you want to know more about how Clearing works please do follow this link to the UCAS website where you'll find more information.