I don't understand this UCL letter. Offer or not?Watch
"Thank you for coming to the Department on Tuesday, I hope that you found the visit worthwhile. I have written to the Tutor for Mathematical and Physical Sciences recommending that you are made an offer through UCAS for admission to this department.
May I take this opportunity to thank you for applying to the Department of Chemistry at University College London. If I can be of further help at any time in the future please do not hesistate to contact me.
I hope that we will be welcoming you to UCL.
Dr Graeme Hogarth
Btw, in the letter they sent to me 2 months ago noticing me about the date of the interview, they said they would make an offer right after the interview but they didn't do this. Instead, I was told that they would reply back after the interview.
So, have I got an offer already or does it still need to be reviewed by the whole of the Mathematics and Physical Sciences department first before making a formal offer?
No, you don't have an offer yet, the person who wrote the letter is going to make a RECOMMENDATION to the big boys in charge to make you an offer (so I would say it's HIGHLY likely that you will be made an offer at some point in the near future). Because, let's face it, it's not nice to send you a letter like that, getting your hopes up only for them to turn around and reject you, is it?
Well, I admit that I shook a bit during the interview but I guess that's quite expected at a place such as UCL. Even though the interview was 20 minutes, it went really quick and I still had plenty of questions to ask. Luckily for me, the lady who interviewed me was very friendly and it seems we have spoken to each other a few times via e-mail.
yes that is an offer! well done i got the same rersponse from warwick n ox