Masters offer instead of bachelors? Mistake or not? Watch

Marshall16
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Hello, so I'm pretty positive I applied for a BSci in computer science at Queens university Belfast. However I received an offer for their masters degree, which instead of BBB it requires AAB. Is that them offering me a chance to enter the masters course or was it definitely a mistake in the choices section in my application? My AS grades were not the best which is the reason I wish to do the Bachelor's degree. And my main question/concern; is it not possible to enter the bachelors course if it was a genuine mistake?
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Why don't you call them?
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Probably standard for them to take everyone on the Master's, and should you exceed the grades for the BSc but fail to reach your MSci offer they would typically offer you a place on the BSc.

I would drop them a quick e-mail to check, but I suspect that's all it is - they just rather funnel students into the fourth year course initially.
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Just log onto your UCAS application and see what you applied for.
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Planning on calling tomorrow, I will update what happens in case anyone looking to know
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