Clearing is a time for students who may not have got the grades they were expecting at A-level to explore their options and to discover the routes available to help them take their first steps in to higher education.
When studying for a University degree there will often be some twist and turns, and bumps in the road, but what is life like for those students who juggle both academic and transport timetables?
You can go through all sorts of emotions waiting for you’re A-Level results: hope, anticipation, excitement and nervousness, to name just a few.
The notorious hacker ‘The Red Devil’ has been caught by authorities, but threatens to release a computer virus to destroy the internet if he is not released straight away. Can you help to save the internet?
As A Level results day approaches, the University of Bedfordshire is encouraging students to use Clearing as an opportunity to broaden their horizons and experience all the benefits of University life.
With A Level results day just around the corner on Thursday 15 August, one of the University of Bedfordshire’s most recognisable graduates is gearing up for a deadline day of their own.
To mark A-Level results day and the start of Clearing, the University of Bedfordshire is offering students the chance to take part in a forensic science-themed escape room and #EscapetoBeds.
The outstanding achievements of two first year computing undergraduates were recognised at an Award Presentation on Wednesday 24 July.
An AI powered English learning mobile app is improving understanding of the English language, according to a study by the University of Bedfordshire’s Centre for Research in English Language Learning and Assessment (CRELLA), and the British Council.
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