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samer1980
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Hello everyone ,
I applied for a master program on 30th of July 2018. I have received my unconditional offer on 7th of October 2018. However , I accepted the offer and paid the deposit amounted to 5500 Pounds yesterday. The university will send me the offer within 4 or 5 days so that I can apply for ATAS on 17th or 18th of October. The course will start on the mid of January 2019 , therefore I have a feeling that I should have not accepted the offer as I probably will not have a sufficient time to obtain the ATAS clearance and the subsequent student visa.
What do you think guys?? Shill I proceed ?!! if not , what do you recommend me to do .

Thank you in advance .
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Contact your uni and explain the situation they may be able to defer your year or refund you the amount or both
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Contact your uni and explain the situation they may be able to defer your year or refund you the amount or both
The next intake will be on September 2019 .
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The next intake will be on September 2019 .
Yeah but you need to sort out the visa, if that takes long and you’re in late then September is best but speak to them they will advise you
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Yeah but you need to sort out the visa, if that takes long and you’re in late then September is best but speak to them they will advise you
Thanks for the advise buddy .
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You can only apply for a student visa within 3 months of your course starting, not "it takes 3 months to get a student visa" which is presumably what you think it is. The visa itself takes less than 3 weeks from your application to the decision. You have plenty of time to get your ATAS clearance and student visa.
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You can only apply for a student visa within 3 months of your course starting, not "it takes 3 months to get a student visa" which is presumably what you think it is. The visa itself takes less than 3 weeks from your application to the decision. You have plenty of time to get your ATAS clearance and student visa.
Hopefully .
Thanks for your reply my frd.
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Hopefully .
Thanks for your reply my frd.
No need for hopefully, it's all on the Tier 4 Student Visa page of the gov.uk website, a quick Google away.
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No need for hopefully, it's all on the Tier 4 Student Visa page of the gov.uk website, a quick Google away.
Ok no need for hopefully lol.

(Original post by Helloworld_95)
No need for hopefully, it's all on the Tier 4 Student Visa page of the gov.uk website, a quick Google away.
Ok no need for hopefully Lol ..
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