I had an interview 11 weeks ago for a place on the BA Hons childhood, Education and Society.
After my interview i got told i would be recommended for a place and should hear from the university in 6 weeks - clearly that hasnt happened.
I am currently employed full time and have to give 4 weeks notice (my role is term time only, so i need to give notice next week)
I have spoken to the university today and they have said it will take another 3 weeks to process my application AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH and that it will go over to the academics department today ?
Can someone tell me what the academics department is and what they are likely to do with my application and any advice on what i should do about my current situation with my job.
This hole thing is seriously stressing me out and has given me an ulser due to work pushing to find out what im doing and the university extending the time.
Generally the way it works is the department 'recommends' you for an offer then somewhere higher up actually issues that offer.
So if you've been recommended for an offer then it's almost certain that you'll get one, however there was one unusual case here http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1942729 where someone was recommended for an offer, then rejected, then they changed their minds.
So basically, you'll almost certainly get a place.