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Accepting unconditional offer

I have got two offers for postgrad and I did not apply through UCAS. One is unconditional (Lancaster) and one is conditional (Warwick). I would prefer going to Warwick but just incase I don't fulfill the conditions, I would like to accept both of them and be safe.

I don't mind paying the deposit for both. I just want to know if I accept Lancaster's unconditional offer and then go to Warwick in the end, would that in any way get me in any sort of legal trouble or would it somehow ruin either of my offers?

Thank you very much for your time,
Answered by Alison Patterson
Hi Kris,

While there would be no legal repercusssions, you should do Lancaster the courtesy of informing them that you will not be attending as soon as you have made a decision.

Good luck,

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