I rejected a university that I want back

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So, I had unconditional offers from 2 brilliant universities and I decided for uni B back in June. However, I looked through the programmes at Uni A again and found the perfect course for me (similiar to the one I was accepted to, but not the same one).

Now I´m wondering what to do. If I write the university, should I mention that I rejected the initial offer because of bla bla bla (personal circumstances like finance, indecision,having found the perfect course at this uni) or should I leave it out altogether?
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So, I had unconditional offers from 2 brilliant universities and I decided for uni B back in June. However, I looked through the programmes at Uni A again and found the perfect course for me (similiar to the one I was accepted to, but not the same one).

Now I´m wondering what to do. If I write the university, should I mention that I rejected the initial offer because of bla bla bla (personal circumstances like finance, indecision,having found the perfect course at this uni) or should I leave it out altogether?
i was in a similar situation to this a few months ago. i was told to call ucas and tell them to reinstate the offer.
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So, I had unconditional offers from 2 brilliant universities and I decided for uni B back in June. However, I looked through the programmes at Uni A again and found the perfect course for me (similiar to the one I was accepted to, but not the same one).

Now I´m wondering what to do. If I write the university, should I mention that I rejected the initial offer because of bla bla bla (personal circumstances like finance, indecision,having found the perfect course at this uni) or should I leave it out altogether?
You need to PHONE not write in the first instance.

It’s too late now to swap your replies so you will need to swap back using clearing. That means talking to the university your declined to ask if they’re accepting clearing applications for the course you’re interested in and whether you are suitable for the course.

Because you previously applied they will be able to access your application even though you aren’t in clearing at the moment.
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