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    despite me missing my offer by well A LOT, my firm was kind enough to offer me a place but I had to ask to be taken into clearing because they are asking me to pay thousand as an international student. I would have declined them before but to be honest I didn't think I would get in. Now they said I have to wait 24 hours to be entered into clearing and I am worried that by none of my courses would be available.
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    (Original post by vanessap)
    despite me missing my offer by well A LOT, my firm was kind enough to offer me a place but I had to ask to be taken into clearing because they are asking me to pay thousand as an international student. I would have declined them before but to be honest I didn't think I would get in. Now they said I have to wait 24 hours to be entered into clearing and I am worried that by none of my courses would be available.
    There will still be places in Clearing tomorrow, and in the days beyond. You can ask UCAS to put pressure on the university to release you more quickly, but it's up to them and it's not a priority of theirs to release applicants.
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    There will still be places in Clearing tomorrow, and in the days beyond. You can ask UCAS to put pressure on the university to release you more quickly, but it's up to them and it's not a priority of theirs to release applicants.

    Thank you. So if my tomorrow morning I am not in clearing I should call ucas?
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    (Original post by vanessap)
    Thank you. So if my tomorrow morning I am not in clearing I should call ucas?
    There would be no harm in ringing, but it would be worth ringing your uni first.
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    (Original post by vanessap)
    despite me missing my offer by well A LOT, my firm was kind enough to offer me a place but I had to ask to be taken into clearing because they are asking me to pay thousand as an international student. I would have declined them before but to be honest I didn't think I would get in. Now they said I have to wait 24 hours to be entered into clearing and I am worried that by none of my courses would be available.
    Just a question - won't other universities also be charging you as an international student as well?
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    (Original post by vanessap)
    despite me missing my offer by well A LOT, my firm was kind enough to offer me a place but I had to ask to be taken into clearing because they are asking me to pay thousand as an international student. I would have declined them before but to be honest I didn't think I would get in. Now they said I have to wait 24 hours to be entered into clearing and I am worried that by none of my courses would be available.
    How much are you looking to save by going to a different university in the UK? Most courses and universities charge a similar amount in tuition fees and they're in their "thousands".
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    (Original post by carnationlilyrose)
    Just a question - won't other universities also be charging you as an international student as well?
    No I knoq people who should have been charged as international students but are not. Also in some unis the international student fees are not so bad for example west England bristol wants 10700 which is not so bad while some unis want 15,000.
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    (Original post by Hustler-1337)
    How much are you looking to save by going to a different university in the UK? Most courses and universities charge a similar amount in tuition fees and they're in their "thousands".

    Some unis are lenient with their fee satus.
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    There would be no harm in ringing, but it would be worth ringing your uni first.
    yea that makes sense
 
 
 
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