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I didn't get an email asking for qualifications but when I look at my offer on track and read the non- academic conditions it mentioned submitting evidence of your qualifications to [email protected] (I am a mature graduate applicant so already have my results for school and uni- that might make a difference).
Hi! Thanks for responding - it appears to just be graduate applicants who’ve been asked for this so far
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Are any of you considering applying to accommodations outside the university affiliated ones. Like there’s the meal market exchange from student roost with en-suite rooms for 99 per week
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Are any of you considering applying to accommodations outside the university affiliated ones. Like there’s the meal market exchange from student roost with en-suite rooms for 99 per week
Yep! I’m mainly looking at mealmarket, the old fire station and ableven since they’re all en-suite for about £30 a week less than new Carnegie halls
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Yep! I’m mainly looking at mealmarket, the old fire station and ableven since they’re all en-suite for about £30 a week less than new Carnegie halls
That’s great. The only concern I had about picking accommodations that aren’t affiliated with the university were that I may not be able to meet many people from my course. It’s important as an international. But they seem to be so much more affordable !
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That’s great. The only concern I had about picking accommodations that aren’t affiliated with the university were that I may not be able to meet many people from my course. It’s important as an international. But they seem to be so much more affordable !
I’m not too worried about it - a lot of first year students use private accommodation due to the price also, so I’m sure there will still be a few people on your course, although not necessarily in the same room
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I’m not too worried about it - a lot of first year students use private accommodation due to the price also, so I’m sure there will still be a few people on your course, although not necessarily in the same room
That’s reassuring. I have no clue about any of this 😣
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If we want to book accommodation with Aberdeen University in Hillhead student village, will we actually get our first choice or preferred accommodation as many of us will have conditional offers and can only apply for interest in accommodation before our conditions are met on results day and then after can we only officially get the accommodation we want. Just asking if there is any need to be worried that we won't get the accommodation that we want due to our conditional offers?
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So I actually got an offer from Glasgow on Thursday (still can't believe it!) and went ahead and firmed it. I put Aberdeen as my insurance although not sure why as I'm a grad with achieved degrees in 2016 and 2017, so my "conditional" from Glasgow is just formality tick box for documents. But anyway - enjoy your time at Aberdeen, if you decide to go there! It's an awesome course at a great uni - and Aberdeenshire itself is wonderful, I love going up there I think if I was younger/had no committments I'd have chosen Aberdeen over Glasgow - but over the moon with the outcome given the circumstances!
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