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    I've been thinking a lot recently and I've noticed a course that I'm much more interested in than the one I've chosen.

    I already have an unconditional offer for the course I've chosen and the entry requirements are the same in the one I'm interested in.

    The only problem is I have the unconditional at the Arts University College at B'mouth and the course I'm looking at doing is at Bournemouth University, they are literally next to each other. But I'm not sure if they'll allow me to change.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

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    I dont know if this will help at all, but i had applied for two degrees although they were at the same uni. I got conditional offers for both and accepted one firm and one insurance. A month or so later i decided i wanted my insurance to be my firm so i phoned up the uni and was allowed to change. I'd ring the uni you want to go to and ask them directly as the sooner its sorted the better.
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    If this is at a different university, you will need to be asked to be 'released'. This is because entering in to a university 'contract' is a binding agreement, but in reality, the rules are not as stingent as this. You will need to contact the university you are interested in. If you live in the area, you can go in to see one of their admissions team. You may be able to apply through clearing. If they are willing to accept you, this could be done on an informal basis directly with the university. I think the deadline for submitting a late application via UCAS has now passed.
 
 
 
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