Something a bit weird has happened today..
I got an unconditional offer through UCAS to study Human Bio at Manchester Met univeristy. However, today I recieved a letter from the actual uni saying that I have a conditional offer and that I am invited to an open day for a informal discussion with them. Included was a timetable for the interviews.
Am I right in assuming that UCAS are correct and that I do have an unconditional offer? In fact, I can't have a conditional offer as I am not studying towards any further qualifications and my points far exceed those that they are asking.
There is no way I am going there - I just choose them as a low point requirement uni in case disaster struck and all the other unis told me to go away. So I am not worried about this, just a little baffled!
Hope this has made some sense!
Phone Up The Uni- They Will Confirm It For You :d
Whatever the uni thinks is more important than what UCAS thinks.
If you really can't/don't want to make the open day contact them and explain that you've already visited (even if you haven't) and that the open day clashes with some exams/interviews/etc etc and that you really can't afford the trainfare/transport costs. They may let you off the interview and if they don't then you are in no worse a situation than you are now.
Ring them up just to be sure.