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It has been known for universities to revoke an unconditional offer prior to a student attending, however, universities tend not to do this. Some universities will stipulate that the offer is only conditional if you make them your firm choice. Make sure you read the terms and conditions before you accept any offers.
Have you got a copy of the offer?
It’s been known for universities to revoke an unconditional offer prior to a student attending, but it’s not very common.
Sometimes, a university may change its entry requirements or their UCAS tariff points, which may invalidate a student’s entry. In this case, we recommend that you chase this up. Though students can change their unconditional offers, you should be guaranteed a place, it’s best to check with your university.
Whether you applied through the university directly or you have a UCAS unconditional offer, the offer has the same rules, regardless of where it came from.
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I would be recommended to use the phone and call University and speak with either the admissions office or the registrar’s office.
In parallel with calling and phone calls. Use e-mail as a back-up to your conversations to confirm the call and what has been said.
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