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    Hi,
    I interrupted my studies last year due to ill health, and before I left I checked with my professors that I would have a place at uni for me to rejoin this September (which they said was fine). However I've just recently been worrying that I may need to reapply through UCAS? Is this true? Or do I just need to contact the uni around the time when people are applying (i.e. now)
    Also, I've started re-revising a lot of my French stuff from last year, and I'm going to be buying the books off the reading list to prepare for my English, but if anyone else has any ideas of what I can do to prepare, I'd really appreciate it, I don't want to be academically behind from all my other classmates:')

    Thank you !!
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    (Original post by beccaxdoe)
    Hi,
    I interrupted my studies last year due to ill health, and before I left I checked with my professors that I would have a place at uni for me to rejoin this September (which they said was fine). However I've just recently been worrying that I may need to reapply through UCAS? Is this true? Or do I just need to contact the uni around the time when people are applying (i.e. now)
    Also, I've started re-revising a lot of my French stuff from last year, and I'm going to be buying the books off the reading list to prepare for my English, but if anyone else has any ideas of what I can do to prepare, I'd really appreciate it, I don't want to be academically behind from all my other classmates:'

    Thank you !!
    Hey there,

    The best point of contact would most likely be either your departmental administrators or the Student Services centre ([email protected]).

    Camilla
 
 
 
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