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    Hi everyone, I'll try and keep this short and sweet.

    I have already applied (2015 UCAS application) for university and have been accepted onto the course and am due to start September 2017 (I deferred my entry)

    Unfortunately, I didn't actually go to any open days (a mistake I know, but alas, too late now) but felt from the research I have done my chosen Uni was good for my course. I went to this uni this year, and don't get me wrong, I really enjoyed everything I was seeing. However, I am due to go to a few more....

    Now my question(s) is this:
    1) If from going to the open days I decide I want to go to a different university, am I able to apply through UCAS 2016 like I did in 2015 for my 'dream university?'
    2) If the above is possible, what must I do in order to be allowed to do it.

    The only other thing I should mention is the offer I accepted was unconditional.
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    (Original post by StudentLord)
    Hi everyone, I'll try and keep this short and sweet.

    I have already applied (2015 UCAS application) for university and have been accepted onto the course and am due to start September 2017 (I deferred my entry)

    Unfortunately, I didn't actually go to any open days (a mistake I know, but alas, too late now) but felt from the research I have done my chosen Uni was good for my course. I went to this uni this year, and don't get me wrong, I really enjoyed everything I was seeing. However, I am due to go to a few more....

    Now my question(s) is this:
    1) If from going to the open days I decide I want to go to a different university, am I able to apply through UCAS 2016 like I did in 2015 for my 'dream university?'
    2) If the above is possible, what must I do in order to be allowed to do it.

    The only other thing I should mention is the offer I accepted was unconditional.
    You can withdraw from your current deferred place and reapply through UCAS *2017* (not 2016, that's this year entry, you want next year...).

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    (Original post by jneill)
    You can withdraw from your current deferred place and reapply through UCAS *2017* (not 2016, that's this year entry, you want next year...).

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    Thanks.

    Sorry for sounding a little bit ignorant on the matter, but '*UCAS *2017*' would be the application to go to university in September 2017 right.
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    Thanks.

    Sorry for sounding a little bit ignorant on the matter, but '*UCAS *2017*' would be the application to go to university in September 2017 right.
    Yes.
 
 
 
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