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    I'm applying for Spanish and Management however in my personal statement I mentioned that I want to study 'business and spanish.' Will my application still be considered even though I didn't specifically use the term 'management'? Thanks.
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    I presume that you've applied to mostly 'Spanish and Business' courses and one 'Spanish and management' course.

    Don't worry; universities won't mind - they know that you only have one personal statement with which to apply to courses which often have different names.

    For example, I applied for four 'History and Politics' courses, and one 'Government and History' course (exactly the same, just a different word). I only ever called the course 'History and Politics' in my personal statement but I still got an offer for the 'Government and History' course.
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