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Hey, so I have been recently rejected from the 3 unis that I wanted to go to and got offers from the ones that I applied to at random. On results day is there any chance that I would be able to call up a uni that rejected me (Kings college London) and ask if there is any space left on the course(business management).

If I went to Sussex uni which was one of my offers would I be able to transfer to Kings college London within the first year assuming I do well in Sussex or would it be just better to take a gap year and apply next year. However I heard about the new laws coming into place regarding student loan from 2023 which would increase the debt repayment by a huge amount.

I am quite unsure of what to do so any suggestions would help
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I would suggest taking a gap year, Kings probably wont have a space on results day.
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I'm afraid it's almost impossible that King's will have free spaces because it's a highly competitive uni. In the event they do, they'll probably contact you.
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I’m in a similar situation. I would recommend taking a gap year. No point wasting a year of uni in a place you don’t want to be. Uni is supposed to be the best years of your life, you want to make it the best possible. Take the gap year to travel, work, learn and reapply. It only makes you more attractive than those candidates that didn’t take a gap year and have no prior experience. I want to do marketing and I can tell you for a fact that having experience in business before studies or during studys is incredible
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