Coronavirus and uni applicationsApr 2020
How will the coronavirus pandemic affect my university application?
All universities will have sent a statement to their applicants outlining how they’re approaching exam results and university applications. Any offer you’ve received (unconditional or conditional) will stand. Universities will have considered your application, prior experience and qualifications and their merits. If you’ve already accepted an offer, you don’t need to do anything. If you’ve not yet decided, the deadline dates for replying to offers are changing. Check UCAS for your personal deadline. While you need to reply by your personal deadline, the usual advice applies – take your time and make the best decisions for you. You'll have chosen your courses and universities for good reasons.
What are my options for deferring because of the coronavirus situation?May 2020
I am hoping to study at either Loughborough or Leeds from September 2020. However, due to the current situation and the possibility of the universities only offering tuition online, I am considering deferring for a year. Is this possible at this stage of the UCAS process? I...
Can I decline my uni place because of the COVID-19 situation?May 2020
I applied to start uni in 2020. However, I am hesitant because of COVID-19. On results day, can I decline my place if I get into the unis I have confirmed or will I be obliged to go, as I am currently looking at other routes but do not want to decline my offers until I feel...
Unconditional offers withdrawn, conditional ones issued. Is this legal?Apr 2020
My daughter was made unconditional offers by two universities and she was waiting to attend open days before making a final decision, which unfortunately did not go ahead due to COVID-19. These two universities have subsequently withdrawn their unconditional offers and issued...
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