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Choosing universities Think about where you would like to study to narrow down your choices and get a shortlist of possible universities. Visit universities to explore in more depth, to come up with your final 5 choices. Roll over the icons below to find out more.
  • Top factors influencing university choice ...
    - Good impression from Open Days - Good teaching
- Course content and structure - Good course facilities
Once you have your offers, you need to narrow down your choices and decide which to accept. You will need to go back through the initial research you did to make your application but this time, it needs to be a step further.
  • Accepting offers

    You get to accept two offers, one firm and one insurance. Check

                         for your personal deadline to respond to your offers.



    If your firm choice is unconditional, then the place is yours. If it is conditional, you need to meet the conditions of your offer.



    Your insurance choice is your back-up. You should pick a course with slightly lower entry requirements to ensure that you achieve a place, even if your exam results are lower than expected.

    UCAS Track

Over half of applicants had four or more offers to choose between in 2013
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