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Can you still apply for scholarship at your 'adjustment' university?
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Can you still apply for scholarship at your 'adjustment' university?
If you mean, would you be eligible for a scholarship from a university that had accepted you as an Adjustment applicant? That would depend on the university's own rules, which will vary.
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For example university of Lancaster says that it offers academic scholarships for students who place them as their firm choice. http://www.lancs.ac.uk/study/undergr...and-bursaries/ If I choose to accept their adjustment offer for example, does it count as the firm choice?
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Can you still apply for scholarship at your 'adjustment' university?
Most universities will want you to apply well in advance, however there might be opportunities when you get there depending on the uni. It is unfortunately unlikely that you'll be able to get one if you adjust in August and go in September/October, so you're best finding out early on what you can apply for for the following year.
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For example university of Lancaster says that it offers academic scholarships for students who place them as their firm choice. http://www.lancs.ac.uk/study/undergr...and-bursaries/ If I choose to accept their adjustment offer for example, does it count as the firm choice?
I doubt it, but you would have to ask them.

The point of those scholarships is to attract applicants who would otherwise make a rival university their firm. Once they've got to the Adjustment stage, when you've approached them, they've no need to offer incentives, have they?

Lancaster is a great university - why not apply to them to start with?
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It seems to vary by university. Kent, for example, don't seem to mind if you went there via adjustment - if you get AAA or the equivalent, then you get the £2k pa:
http://www.kent.ac.uk/scholarships/u...xcellence.html
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