On results day my grades were too low for the course I wanted but the university automatically offered me an unconditional offer for a more prestigious course that normally required higher grades. I had a signed letter from the university saying that they're pleased to offer me this place after a careful review of my application and grades.
I accepted the offer and now have been given a letter by UCAS confirming my place and saying that it's official proof of my place.
What if some sort of mistake was made? Is it even possible? Does the official UCAS letter of confirmation really guarrantee my place?
The letter said that when I accepted the unconditional offer a contract was established between me and the university. So just as I'm required by the contract to attend, is the university now legally required to give me this place even if they didn't originally intend to make me this offer?
Does the confirmation letter from UCAS legally oblige the university to accept me?
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