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    Hello

    So today I recieved an email from Queen Mary stating :
    "Dear {my name} Congratulations on receiving an offer to study at Queen Mary University of London, and welcome to the first edition of the EU and International offer-holder newsletter."
    Only problem is I havent actually recieved any information that I had actually gotten an offer. If I log in on Mysis, it still says my application is under consideration (same thing on Track). I haven't recieved any email prior to this from Queen Mary stating that I had an offer of any form.

    I am slightly perplexed by this whole situation. Any suggestions? Has this happened to anyone on here, if so how did you handle this? Do you think I just need to wait for Mysis to update or something?

    Thankyou xx
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    Automated email, obviously. You got it because the university is poorly organised -- it could mean nothing or it could mean everything.

    Presume the former, hope for the latter. I would expect it just to be a malfunction and shoddy organisation rather than meaning you must have an offer.
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    (Original post by Notorious_B.I.G.)
    Automated email, obviously. You got it because the university is poorly organised -- it could mean nothing or it could mean everything.

    Presume the former, hope for the latter. I would expect it just to be a malfunction and shoddy organisation rather than meaning you must have an offer.
    Just an update ! My UCAS has updated and indeed it says that I have been offered a place by QMUL.
 
 
 
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