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    So basically I still want to apply to university, the deadline has passed but the uni is still accepting applications.

    Is it possible to still get everything done and sent off for in time? Considering having to apply for accommodation and student loan and everything?
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    (Original post by M4gical)
    So basically I still want to apply to university, the deadline has passed but the uni is still accepting applications.

    Is it possible to still get everything done and sent off for in time? Considering having to apply for accommodation and student loan and everything?
    If the university is still accepting applications you can definitely apply. Anyways what is the commence date of course.? I hope its not too close, cause loan formalities and approval is a lenthy process. You don’t want to land in a program with your funds on the lower side!!
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    Well on the website they say I can still apply through UCAS and the final deadline is 25th March.
    I'll be giving them a call today just to make sure they are still accepting applications and if there are still places on the course I want to do. It might be a bit of a rush but I think there's still enough time.
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    (Original post by M4gical)
    Well on the website they say I can still apply through UCAS and the final deadline is 25th March.
    I'll be giving them a call today just to make sure they are still accepting applications and if there are still places on the course I want to do. It might be a bit of a rush but I think there's still enough time.
    The course probably has places available via UCAS Extra. You might want to read this guide to how Extra works: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3906673

    In Extra, you should receive a decision within 21 days, so you'll have plenty of time to sort you student loan and accommodation out!
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    The course probably has places available via UCAS Extra. You might want to read this guide to how Extra works: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3906673

    In Extra, you should receive a decision within 21 days, so you'll have plenty of time to sort you student loan and accommodation out!
    Thank you! I should be ok, I phoned them up and they said it was unlikely I wouldn't get a place and that the deadline is May
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    (Original post by M4gical)
    Thank you! I should be ok, I phoned them up and they said it was unlikely I wouldn't get a place and that the deadline is May
    Awesome! You'd better start working on your application then!
 
 
 
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