I returned to UCAS track to find out that my application was unsuccessful not because i had not met the grade requirements (They required BBC for the course and i managed BBC) but because i had not completed all the secondary requirements. It was required that i sit an IELTS exam, email them my GCSE Maths certificate and that i make an early deposit. Due to financial constraints among other inconveniences, It was beyond my control and i couldn't complete any of these tasks.
I emailed their admissions team with a clear explanation as to why i cannot get into their university this year if i were to be accepted by them, only to be told that i should not panic. I tried to get into direct contact with the University by calling them up but i still received no help. It Isn't a delicate issue at the moment because I've been scheduled to take a gap year and I expected that i would need to write a second personal statement, which I will begin quite soon. But it would be much simpler if i didn't have to do this, is their any other solution, or might I need to repeat the application process?
On top of that, does BCU have a system in place that allows me to apply to their university only?
I just can't decide