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Accepting your offer

Congratulations on your offer to study at UEL. This page will keep you up-to-date on UCAS deadline information and how to accept your offer 

How do I accept?

Jerry's put together a quick and easy guide for you. (If you applied through Clearing, please see the separate section below.)

Clearing applicants

If you applied to UEL through Clearing, follow the steps below.

Need advice or help?

Our Applicant Enquiries team are available to provide information and advice and resolve any queries you may have.

They're available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.

study@uel.ac.uk

+44 (0)20 8223 3333

FAQs

2018 entry:

If you receive all decisions by 31 March, you must reply by 3 May

If you receive all decisions by 3 May, reply by 7 June

If you receive all decisions by 7 June, reply by 21 June

Firm acceptance – this is your first choice.

If we've given you an unconditional offer, the place is yours! If we've given you a conditional offer, the place is yours if you meet the offer conditions.

All you need to do is firmly accept either option in UCAS Track.

Insurance acceptance – the back-up choice to a conditional firm acceptance.

We advise that you pick somewhere that you like and you're happy with, just in case you don't meet the requirements of your firm choice. You can't choose between your firm and insurance when you get your results, so make sure you're happy with which is your firm and which is your insurance before you reply.

Decline – you'll need to decline any other offers you get.

You don't need to wait until you have all your replies. If you have your offer from us and want to firmly accept it, you can decline the other offers in UCAS Track.

You can only accept one firm choice and one insurance choice (if you choose to have one). You must decline all other offers.

Unconditional firm (UF) You're in!

Conditional firm (CF)You're in if you meet the conditions.

Conditional firm (CF) and conditional insurance (CI) You've made a first and second choice – you'll be in at the first if you meet the conditions. If not, you might have met the conditions of the second – if so you'll be on that course instead.

Conditional firm (CF) and unconditional insurance (UI) You've made a first and second choice – if you meet the conditions of the first you'll be on that course. If not, you'll definitely be on the second.

 

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