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    I have just received an email from admissions at my insurance university informing me that my chosen course will not longer be running, due to a shortage of applicants.
    I have been offered an alternative course, which I don't want to do, so can I ask them for a complete list of courses with vacancies?

    Of course.

    You can certainly try, but remember that clearing spaces will be a lot rarer these days, and they might not know what will be available until results day.
    Phone admissions and explain, there must be some way round this.

    That's a shame, but yes, email them back asking.


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