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Hey I deferred a uni place but UCAS says I am committing to attend? Is this true? A lot can change in a year that may make me not want to go to uni, so I'd rather no be forced to go if thats the case.
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As in your committing to attend now or the year you’ve deferred to? Once you firmly accept your offer your confirming that’s where you’re going
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(Original post by PurpleGhosty)
Hey I deferred a uni place but UCAS says I am committing to attend? Is this true? A lot can change in a year that may make me not want to go to uni, so I'd rather no be forced to go if thats the case.
If you change your mind about going to that particular uni in 2022 you will need to withdraw from UCAS and reapply to 5 new unis. No one can force you to go to a uni you don't want to go to.
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You are not committed unless you formally enrol, (usually a month or so ahead of course start). If your circumstances change and you want to reapply to other choices, you will need to get the uni to release you so you can submit a new app.
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If you change your mind about going to that particular uni in 2022 you will need to withdraw from UCAS and reapply to 5 new unis.
Just to add that ‘withdrawing’ in UCAS parlance means “removing from the application cycle completely”. So whenever speaking to UCAS or a uni, I would always make it clear what I actually intended to do next and say “release/decline” and never “withdraw”.
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(Original post by Admit-One)
You are not committed unless you formally enrol, (usually a month or so ahead of course start). If your circumstances change and you want to reapply to other choices, you will need to get the uni to release you so you can submit a new app.
What is the process of formally enrolling
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What is the process of formally enrolling
Each Uni is different but you'll get an email about this after Results Day.
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What is the process of formally enrolling
Its the final step where you confirm that you will be taking up the place. Nowadays it’s mostly online. The uni will send you an invitation to confirm your details and formally register on the course. You’ll also get IT access and an ID card etc.
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Each Uni is different but you'll get an email about this after Results Day.
I have an unconditional offer but have not received any emails.
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Its the final step where you confirm that you will be taking up the place. Nowadays it’s mostly online. The uni will send you an invitation to confirm your details and formally register on the course. You’ll also get IT access and an ID card etc.
Do you know the process for Manchester?
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Do you know the process for Manchester?
Not specifically, no. It's pretty much the same everywhere though, they send you an email link, you register online, there might be some final face to face bit when you arrive on campus.
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I have an unconditional offer but have not received any emails.
They wont enrol anyone until after Results Day.
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They wont enrol anyone until after Results Day.
But I have an unconditional offer from last year
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But I have an unconditional offer from last year
Your enrolment dates will be the same as this years students.
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