Today, I got a phone call saying that my course (Law Accelerated degree) at this pathetic university (Birmingham branch) got cancelled because there aren't enough student intake (Apparently, the admissions officers are so slow at counting that it took them up to July to know whether they have enough intake). Just wondering are there anyone else in the forums affected by this course cancellation? As well as any advice like is there a way to complain or raise this issue in court?
Personally, a course cancellation on July after the UCAS application deadline is so unprofessional and disgraceful. Good thing, I haven't booked my accommodation yet or else it would be a disaster. This university who advertises itself as a professional and good university is nothing more than a bottom rate university especially communicating with studnts. They also lied to me that they contacted me through email and phone and I haven't received one email or missed call. To be honest, I don't think any university would or have withdraw a course, especially after the UCAS clearing. This university is also dishonest, there aren't any mention of this course cancellation in their website or in the Internet.
Now I have a big peroblem, I accepted this university through an unconditional offer and I don't think I can change my university (Like I can especially that UCAS have closed their applications until clearing). They're offering me to study at London Waterloo but this is impossible, there's no accommodation and even if there is, my student finance money won't be able to afford it.
I'm disgusted by this university (In fact, I thinking of changing university) and I really need advice. Thank you!!!
(Also I hope my experience would serve as a warning to those of you thinking of going to this university.)
...for the 2nd time this year