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So i applied for a deferral (meaning i wont have a place this year but the one after) and i got an offer, i was thinking what happens if i accept it and change my mind next year (before i start studying there) , can i still reject it??what are the implications?
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Yes, you can withdraw from that course/place at any point during your gap year.
You just email that Uni and tell them.
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The only real implication is that you cannot apply elsewhere through UCAS whilst holding a deferred offer. Other than that you can just elect not to enrol next year without penalty.
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The only real implication is that you cannot apply elsewhere through UCAS whilst holding a deferred offer. Other than that you can just elect not to enrol next year without penalty.
I see thank you, i dont think thats an issue because if i do wanna apply again through ucas ill just withdraw
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I see thank you, i dont think thats an issue because if i do wanna apply again through ucas ill just withdraw
Okay, if you go down that route make sure that the Uni knows what you want to do and just “releases” you from the deferred offer. “Withdrawing” means removing you from the application cycle entirely.
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Okay, if you go down that route make sure that the Uni knows what you want to do and just “releases” you from the deferred offer. “Withdrawing” means removing you from the application cycle entirely.
I'm confused at what you mean, what's the difference between getting released form the defeered offer and being withdrawn from the cycle, arent i losing the offer in both cases?
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I'm confused at what you mean, what's the difference between getting released form the defeered offer and being withdrawn from the cycle, arent i losing the offer in both cases?
Yes. But ‘withdrawing’ in UCAS terminology means that you cannot use the the current application cycle again at all, (no new five applications, no Extra or Clearing).

If you reject your deferred offer once the the 21/22 cycle has begun, just explain that you want to be “released” as you wish to apply through UCAS in the current cycle.
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Yes. But ‘withdrawing’ in UCAS terminology means that you cannot use the the current application cycle again at all, (no new five applications, no Extra or Clearing).

If you reject your deferred offer once the the 21/22 cycle has begun, just explain that you want to be “released” as you wish to apply through UCAS in the current cycle.
oh thank you, youre a life saver!
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