What happens if the uni doesn't reply by the deadline?

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Meaning that they don't reject or send you an offer by the deadline
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They have to.
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They have to.
but on the off chance they don't by early May. Do you get a new free choice, are you withdrawn from the course?
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but on the off chance they don't by early May. Do you get a new free choice, are you withdrawn from the course?
You’ve signed a legal agreement with the uni. They actually have to by law.
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You’ve signed a legal agreement with the uni. They actually have to by law.
well I learnt something new today, thanks.
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but on the off chance they don't by early May. Do you get a new free choice, are you withdrawn from the course?
If they don’t respond by their deadline then UCAS put in a rejection on their behalf. In ucas speak it’s called a “reject by default”.

Ucas do the same thing if applicants don’t pick their firm/insurance choices by their deadline. UCAS decline all offers on behalf of the applicant (decline by default).
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You’ve signed a legal agreement with the uni. They actually have to by law.
That’s rot. They don’t have to reply by the deadline “by law”.
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