Postgrad Physician Associate application through clearing

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I want to study Postgrad Physician Associate. Do universities accept application through clearing?? Thanks
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Most postgrad courses don’t use UCAS and hence don’t take part in clearing.

Integrated Masters courses might however.

Edit: May not apply to PG Physician Associate's courses. Some med courses do use UCAS and hence may appear in Clearing. Thanks to ecolier for clarifying below.
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ecolier - do you happen to know whether Postgrad Physician Associate courses are via UCAS or direct application to the uni?
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ecolier - do you happen to know whether Postgrad Physician Associate courses are via UCAS or direct application to the uni?
Depends on the Uni but I have heard PA courses opening via Clearing before.

:ta: for tagging me
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Depends on the Uni but I have heard PA courses opening via Clearing before.

:ta: for tagging me
Thankyou, I was second guessing my answer after I went back to this thread. My kneejerk 'postgrad courses are typically direct applications' does not apply to all med related courses.

maa48 - some hope for you at least, although no-one can predict what will be in clearing in any given year.
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