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    My daughter is British and a Home Student. This is clear on her UCAS details. She completed the IB and was given an Offer by email by a University and told
    to add it to her track but when she went into clearing the Course stated that it was only available to international students although the course is actually available to
    ALL students. She called UCAS who said the University are responsible for changing it. She called the University who told her to apply
    anyway ticking the International Student box as once they received her application they would change the details at their end
    and will look out for her application. Will this be a problem? Thanks.
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    (Original post by ppeparent)
    My daughter is British and a Home Student. This is clear on her UCAS details. She completed the IB and was given an Offer by email by a University and told
    to add it to her track but when she went into clearing the Course stated that it was only available to international students although the course is actually available to
    ALL students. She called UCAS who said the University are responsible for changing it. She called the University who told her to apply
    anyway ticking the International Student box as once they received her application they would change the details at their end
    and will look out for her application. Will this be a problem? Thanks.
    Sometimes unis do this. Don't worry too much about it. If you're worried, have your daughter contact the uni to double check it's okay and things are as they should be, and keep an eye out on her track as well
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    (Original post by chelseadagg3r)
    Sometimes unis do this. Don't worry too much about it. If you're worried, have your daughter contact the uni to double check it's okay and things are as they should be, and keep an eye out on her track as well
    Thanks for your help!!
 
 
 
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