I'm a non-UK EU student, I didn't know much anything about UCAS formalities before filling my application. There were many interesting courses in Edinburgh Uni, and in the end I applied for 3 different ones (+ two other universities, just one course in each).
Afterwards, I found out that it's a very bad idea to apply for several courses within the same university, because they're going to automatically reject the "extra" courses, especially if there are 3 or more. I don't like the idea of applying for nothing, so I'd like to know if there's a way to fix this mistake.
Of the 3 courses I applied for, one is the top priority and the two others are equal and less important. Should I inform the university about which one is my real top choice? Should I withdraw the other two or one of them? Is it too late to replace them (or one of them) with applications to other universities?
Thank you for any help! I feel so stupid for not realising this before sending the applications. I hope I haven't ruined my chances to get into Edinburgh.
...for the 2nd time this year