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    I was told that the top universities don't have January intakes for undergrad and the ones that do don't offer the "top" courses.
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    (Original post by zattyzatzat)
    I was told that the top universities don't have January intakes for undergrad and the ones that do don't offer the "top" courses.
    What course do you want to study?
    Are you looking for entry this month (the one that finishes next week) or for January 2018?
    What sort of academic background do you have?
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    What course do you want to study?
    Are you looking for entry this month (the one that finishes next week) or for January 2018?
    What sort of academic background do you have?
    Am doing AS examinations in November this year. So following this schedule I'll finish my A2 exams next year and get the results in January 2019. So am hoping to enter university in January instead of wasting 8 months and going in September 2019.

    Am hoping to study computer science, however I'll be fine studying chemistry, physics or maybe even engineering.

    Am sorry if this isn't the answer you were expecting or maybe I posted this in the wrong forum. But am just worried for the future.
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    (Original post by zattyzatzat)
    Am doing AS examinations in November this year. So following this schedule I'll finish my A2 exams next year and get the results in January 2019. So am hoping to enter university in January instead of wasting 8 months and going in September 2019.

    Am hoping to study computer science, however I'll be fine studying chemistry, physics or maybe even engineering.

    Am sorry if this isn't the answer you were expecting or maybe I posted this in the wrong forum. But am just worried for the future.
    Most of the universities offering January entry offer this route for Humanities/Management/Social Science degrees only (plus a lot of Nursing courses).

    I'm afraid your choices will be very limited (to none) if you want to start in January.
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    (Original post by PQ)
    Most of the universities offering January entry offer this route for Humanities/Management/Social Science degrees only (plus a lot of Nursing courses).

    I'm afraid your choices will be very limited (to none) if you want to start in January.
    What about Coventry Uni? I've done some research and they offer January intake for quite a lot of courses I believe. I still need to confirm it though
 
 
 
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