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Decisions for international applicants tend to be later than those for domestic applicants, doesn’t it?
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Depends. When did you apply?
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Depends. When did you apply?
Thank you for your prompt reply.

I applied late September in order to meet Oxbridge deadline and no uni respond me.
I received acknowledgements from all the unis I applied for and some university asked me to provide such further information as Transcript and IELTS Certificate.

I am from Asia and entry requirement for me is specific for my country.
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What subject have you applied for?
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What subject have you applied for?
Social Policy or Social Sciences
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International applicants are not 'always made offers after UK/EU applicants' - usually all applications are assessed together.

If you have had acknowledgement emails from your Universities ('We have received your application') then there is nothing to worry about. Offers are made gradually and some offers will not be made until March/April. If you have sent the Unis the information they asked for then they will make a decision about your application as as soon as they can.
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Which country are you from? I am from India btw
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Hey, I am a student from Canada who applied in mid October. I recieved an unconditional offer from Durham in late October. So at least from my experiance international students do not receive offers later.
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