If you have been awarded better grades than you expected, and are reconsidering what or where you want to study, Adjustment could be your opportunity to make a change.
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What is Adjustment?
Adjustment is made available by UCAS if you have met and exceeded the conditions of your firm offer at a university. It gives you the chance to get in touch with different institutions to find out whether they can offer you a place on an alternative course without risking your existing offers.
How it works
If you are eligible for Adjustment you will be able to register on UCAS Track. Once you have done this you can contact universities to apply for courses. If they want to make you an offer they will change your firm choice on UCAS Track. Once they have done this you will have withdrawn from your original offer so we will ask you to email us to confirm that you are happy for us to do this before we go ahead.
How to turn down your offer of a place at Goldsmiths
If you receive an offer from another university in Adjustment, then get in touch with your new university and they can update your UCAS application.
Find out more about Adjustment on the UCAS website.
How Covid-19 could affect Clearing
Parts of the 2020 Clearing process may need to change because of the coronavirus crisis. We are keeping up to date with the latest information from UCAS and government bodies, and will update these pages in line with any changes. If you want to know more about how Goldsmiths is responding to Covid-19 please visit our dedicated pages.