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    Or rather, what email address do I send an email to to let them know that I'm moving to a new address and that they should send all new correspondence there from now onwards? Is it just the admissions tutor for chemical engineering (in my case)?

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    I was in the same situation. I told the admissions tutor in my department, who said she would make a note of it but that I also had to make the change on UCAS. If you go on track there is an option to make changes. Simply write your new address in there. UCAS will inform your schools of the change, but you might want to send the admissions tutor an email as well just in case.
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    (Original post by AlysonJ220)
    I was in the same situation. I told the admissions tutor in my department, who said she would make a note of it but that I also had to make the change on UCAS. If you go on track there is an option to make changes. Simply write your new address in there. UCAS will inform your schools of the change, but you might want to send the admissions tutor an email as well just in case.
    Perfect, thankyou. I did the UCAS track change, I wasn't aware that UCAS also informs the unis. I ended up sending an email to both chemical engineering departments but I've only heard back from my insurance. I hope my firm got my email. :p:

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