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    I received an offer for a joint program "Law with History" (M1V1) at the University of London—QM.

    Their website for the program does not indicate that it is a joint program. However, I assumed it was because I received an e-mail from the institution announcing that I had received an offer; the offer, as indicated in the e-mail was from the "School of History."

    When I looked on UCAS (a few minutes after receiving the e-mail), there was no update to that particular institution. Is this the result of a reporting delay, or does this mean that the School of Law must also make an offer of admission? I could not find information on the program's page that explains whether both departments/schools need to make an offer of admission; or, if not, which department/school makes the offer of admission.

    I would appreciate it if I could get help on this matter.
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    (Original post by ColossusofRhodes)
    I received an offer for a joint program "Law with History" (M1V1) at the University of London—QM.

    Their website for the program does not indicate that it is a joint program. However, I assumed it was because I received an e-mail from the institution announcing that I had received an offer; the offer, as indicated in the e-mail was from the "School of History."

    When I looked on UCAS (a few minutes after receiving the e-mail), there was no update to that particular institution. Is this the result of a reporting delay, or does this mean that the School of Law must also make an offer of admission? I could not find information on the program's page that explains which department/school makes the offer of admission, or whether both need to do so.

    I would appreciate it if I could get help on this matter.
    It often takes UCAS a while to update, so it sound like you definitely have an offer. When i applied for politics and history at QM a couple of years ago, the offer came from only one school (the one in charge of administration). Hope this clears your confusion up
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    (Original post by GemmaConlin)
    It often takes UCAS a while to update, so it sound like you definitely have an offer. When i applied for politics and history at QM a couple of years ago, the offer came from only one school (the one in charge of administration). Hope this clears your confusion up
    That definitely helped. Thank you!

    How long do you figure it will take UCAS to update? I want to put a hold on the offer as soon as possible.
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    (Original post by ColossusofRhodes)
    That definitely helped. Thank you!

    How long do you figure it will take UCAS to update? I want to put a hold on the offer as soon as possible.
    What do you mean by a hold? UCAS can take up to a few days I do believe
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    By a "hold," I mean: reserving my placement without making a decision to reject or accept the offer. According to UCAS, it is possible to do that, though I am not exactly sure if it is termed a "hold."
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    (Original post by ColossusofRhodes)
    By a "hold," I mean: reserving my placement without making a decision to reject or accept the offer. According to UCAS, it is possible to do that, though I am not exactly sure if it is termed a "hold."
    That happens automatically so don't worry about doing anything, just wait for it to come through
 
 
 
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