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I have been given a change course offer. What does this mean?

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You may receive a change course offer in one of two circumstances: at initial application or at Confirmation.

Each application is looked at carefully before a decision is made. If a change course offer has been made at initial application, it means that we are able to make an offer on an alternative that better suits your academic potential and achievements.

If a change course offer is made at Confirmation, it means that you did not meet the requirements of the original offer and therefore we have made an offer on an alternative programme of study. You will receive notification of this via UCAS. Please read the programme description on our website carefully. If you wish to accept this offer you must do this via UCAS Track. Alternatively, you can decline the offer and pursue other options.

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