The college still has a limited number of places available on its landscape architecture and garden design courses. A clearing service will be launched on 13 August with the admissions team and expert academic staff on-hand to talk to students about their options.
Writtle principal Dr Stephen Waite said: "This can be a stressful time for students who haven't achieved the grades they needed or have left it too late to apply through the usual process but Writtle College has a number of exciting options available through clearing.
"For many people, this situation can give them the chance to think about courses and a career that they may not have considered before. Our specialist staff can talk through students' interests and the opportunities available to them, supporting them to make the most informed decision about their future."