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I would like to be considered for an alternative course, what should I do?

Question:
I would like to be considered for an alternative course, what should I do?
Answer:

Your first step should be to contact the relevant faculty admissions officer, by email or letter. We will then liaise on your behalf with the department(s) concerned. If necessary, your application form will be sent over to the relevant Admissions tutor to assess. 

This does not jeopardise your original course offer until the new offer is made and replaces it. Once we have a decision from the department, we will contact you by letter.


 
 
 

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