Application Process What does OU and ND mean?

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Hello I recently applied to Greenwich via their own portal.When I went to track my application, I noticed under university decision it said ND and now it says OU. I'm not sure what that means and there's no key code. If anyone knows what those stand for please let me know!
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Hello I recently applied to Greenwich via their own portal.When I went to track my application, I noticed under university decision it said ND and now it says OU. I'm not sure what that means and there's no key code. If anyone knows what those stand for please let me know!
Just ring them up and ask them directly
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Hi do you find out what does ND mean ? I have got same reply
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Hello I recently applied to Greenwich via their own portal.When I went to track my application, I noticed under university decision it said ND and now it says OU. I'm not sure what that means and there's no key code. If anyone knows what those stand for please let me know!
Did you find our what ND means ? Please let me know
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Hi do you find out what does ND mean ? I have got same reply
I just asked on their webchat - UO means unconditional offer and ND means no decision.

So they haven't made a decision yet.
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