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Basically, I was indecisive of whether to take my insurance offer or not and completely left it on ucas. I went on ucas track and it now says accepted and the cancel button is gone. I no longer want to join the course and I’m worried I’m still going to be charged £9250. Is this the case?
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I have not yet enrolled*
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No because you need to register on the course before you are regarded as 'enrolled'
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No because you need to register on the course before you are regarded as 'enrolled'
So I’m not liable to pay anything until I’ve enrolled?
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So I’m not liable to pay anything until I’ve enrolled?
Exactly. But if there's a UCAS helpline you can call, I'd do it, because obviously that's a lot of money to just go missing.
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Exactly. But if there's a UCAS helpline you can call or maybe Student Finance, I'd do it, because obviously that's a lot of money to just go missing.
Thanks a lot mate, you don’t realise the stress you’ve just lifted. So basically I’m not trapped into the course but I should call UCAS/SF to tell them that I’ve cancelled just so they know what’s happening?
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Thanks a lot mate, you don’t realise the stress you’ve just lifted. So basically I’m not trapped into the course but I should call UCAS/SF to tell them that I’ve cancelled just so they know what’s happening?
Yes, I thought about it some more and UCAS would be the best and maybe they can clear the erroneous acceptance so you can accept other offers without complications. Don't mention it.
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You don’t need to ring UCAS unless you want to study somewhere else this year and want to use clearing.

You should call you insurance university up and let them know that you don’t intend to enrol/register. Enrolment/registration is where you agree to pay fees/start the course. If you don’t do that then you’re not obligated to pay anything.
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