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I wanted to study Computer Science at UCL and Imperial but I also wanted to apply Accounting and Finance at LSE and SOAS. Do u think it's possible to do them in one UCAS application because they are different courses?
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I wanted to study Computer Science at UCL and Imperial but I also wanted to apply Accounting and Finance at LSE and SOAS. Do u think it's possible to do them in one UCAS application because they are different courses?
It’s possible but your chances of getting an offer for either subject with a PS for the other (or with a dogs dinner of a PS trying to cover both subjects) is miniscule.

You have until January to apply. Figure out what you want to do most BEFORE you apply
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I wanted to study Computer Science at UCL and Imperial but I also wanted to apply Accounting and Finance at LSE and SOAS. Do u think it's possible to do them in one UCAS application because they are different courses?
As above LSE in particular will hate a dual-focused personal statement.
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I have seen from other posts that if you're looking at applying to different courses, often people have emailed the Universities directly to explain the scenario and offer an alternative PS (sent seperately)? No guarantee that a University will accept this, but may be worth an email.
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I have seen from other posts that if you're looking at applying to different courses, often people have emailed the Universities directly to explain the scenario and offer an alternative PS (sent seperately)? No guarantee that a University will accept this, but may be worth an email.
That's acceptable where applicants are applying to one very specialist/niche course or for less in demand universities/courses - but for the courses/universities listed in the OP it isn't going to be an option (apart from for SOAS)
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That's acceptable where applicants are applying to one very specialist/niche course or for less in demand universities/courses - but for the courses/universities listed in the OP it isn't going to be an option (apart from for SOAS)
My apologies for that, was just going off what I'd previously seen. Thank you for the correction!
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