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Hi there, I'm going to be applying for SFE for my master's course. However, my choice of uni is dragging it on and still assessing my application. I don't want to drag this further and have been accepted elsewhere. I would like to apply for SFE at the accepted university and then if I do get accepted at my preferred uni, change course details with SFE - is this possible/should I do it? It's not certain I will be accepted and I expect to hear back within the next 2 weeks tops. Thanks!
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Hi there, I'm going to be applying for SFE for my master's course. However, my choice of uni is dragging it on and still assessing my application. I don't want to drag this further and have been accepted elsewhere. I would like to apply for SFE at the accepted university and then if I do get accepted at my preferred uni, change course details with SFE - is this possible/should I do it? It's not certain I will be accepted and I expect to hear back within the next 2 weeks tops. Thanks!
Hi, you can complete the change of circumstances form to update the course details. It takes around 5 working days for the PGL assessors to process.

https://www.gov.uk/government/public...umstances-form

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Hi, you can complete the change of circumstances form to update the course details. It takes around 5 working days for the PGL assessors to process.

https://www.gov.uk/government/public...umstances-form

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Thank you for your response! Will do this!
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Thank you for your response! Will do this!
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