Perhaps you’ve done better or worse than you expected in your exam results, changed your mind about your original study choice or decided that you would like to go to university after all, this year. You can still apply to Hartpury through Clearing. We’ll consider you as an individual, doing everything we can to match you to your dream course.
Explore our outstanding campus
So that you can meet us in person, we're running campus tours throughout the summer for those applying late or through Clearing. This will give you the opportunity to view our campus and facilities, and learn more about life at Hartpury. One of our friendly student ambassadors will give you a tour of the campus and our admissions staff will be on hand to chat to you about your plans. You'll also get the chance to meet our teaching staff. If you'd like to book onto a Clearing campus tour, please get in touch.
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Turn your passion into your career
We’re home to world-class facilities on a 360-hectare campus that’s alive with small, large and exotic species, state-of-the-art sports technology, world-leading equine studies and expert lecturers and teaching staff who are specialists in their subjects
We’ll support you to be the best you can be, then challenge you to be better. We’ll give you countless opportunities to explore your calling, then help you transform your passion into real-world success.
If you're considering Hartpury as your Clearing university choice, you'll find all the information you need here. We're here to help. Whether you want to see our available courses, or find out more about student life, finances, and accommodation, just get in touch.
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With a global reputation in agriculture, animal, equine and sport, you’ll learn from the very best. Our lecturers and coaches are experts. Many are producing cutting-edge research that’s leading the way in industry best practice. You could be helping to drive this change.
At Hartpury, your student experience is our top priority. That’s why, based on the current government guidance, we're planning on delivering the ‘new normal’ academic experience for students this coming September.
The majority of your teaching will be on site on our beautiful 360-hectare campus, with a maximum of two hours per week online. The online provision will largely be project-based modules (such as Dissertation). Assessments will be a mix of online and on site, depending upon the module. Should there be national restrictions, we'll be able to move the majority of assessments online again as we did this year.
Read our Covid-19 FAQs page for everything you need to know about studying at Hartpury during Covid-19, including teaching, vaccinations and testing and more.