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Falmouth University: Staff will continue to support students remotely.

  • Is my face-to-face interview going ahead?

All our interviews will now be conducted online. If you have an in-person interview booked, someone from Applicant Services will call you to move it to online. Please visit our Interview tips page for more information.

  • What should I do if I can’t meet my English Language requirements?

We may consider evidence of continuing use of English in the workplace or elsewhere in the intervening period where possible. Visit our English language requirements page to find out more.

  • I want to visit the University to see Falmouth and get my questions answered?

Checkout our 360 virtual tour to see our campuses, facilities and surrounding area.
Chat online to one of our students to find out more about studying and living in Falmouth.
Our course advisors can answer your questions about our courses or put you in contact with our academic team.

  • How long after my interview will I get a decision on my application?

The Office for Students has instructed all institutions to not send any decisions to applicants for around 2 weeks due to the current uncertainty. We will communicate the outcome of your interview as soon as we can.

  • How long do I have to make a decision on my choices?

UCAS have extended the time you have to make a decision on your offers. If you receive all offers by 31 March you’ll have an extra two weeks to make your decision, which will be the 19 May 2020. As a direct result of this we have extended our on-time application deadline for accommodation until 22 May to give applicants more time to make informed decisions.

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University of Suffolk

As an applicant to the University of Suffolk, we wish to reassure you that we are doing as much as possible to limit the impact of COVID-19 on our community and students joining us in Autumn 2020. The below contains important information for applicants and enquirers to the University of Suffolk and will be updated on a regular basis.

Following the recent government announcement regarding summer examinations and the disruption for individuals studying a wider range of qualifications across the UK, we have been awaiting further guidance regarding the best possible way forward in order to continue to facilitate progression to higher education.

We realise that these are unprecedented times and appreciate the impact this will be having on everyone. Whether you have already received a decision from us, or are still awaiting the outcome of your application, we are committed to working collectively to ensure your application to the University of Suffolk is not adversely affected by the situation we find ourselves in.

With the most recent government guidance indicating that individuals studying towards a qualification will be awarded a final grade this summer, we are confident that you will achieve the grades required to go to university. We will continue to closely monitor governmental updates and guidance regarding the allocation of final grades to ensure we can best support our applicant community and adapt to further developments should they arise.

The information in the FAQs section outlines how we at the University of Suffolk anticipate your application being processed. As always, our Admissions Team are here to help, colleagues are working remotely at present but can be contacted by emailing admissions@uos.ac.uk or through live chat.

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University of Reading

The nature of the COVID-19 outbreak is an unprecedented event for our University community and the globe. We have been listening to the concerns of our applicants and their supporters and we understand how apprehensive many of you are for your wellbeing and that of your family and friends. The wellbeing of students, staff and our wider community is our absolute priority, so we want to provide you with regular updates to help keep you informed of how we are dealing with these challenges.

In addition to the guidance on this page, we will continue to keep in touch with you through a number of other channels:

  • If you have already applied to the University of Reading, we will send regular messages to you directly via your email address provided on your application, and you can access advice and information via Me@Reading Applicant.
  • If you are thinking of applying to Reading, by asking us a question and opting in to receive emails from us, you will ensure that you are sent updates about our programmes, life at Reading and opportunities to learn more about us.

We have sent regular communications to our current students and also published guidance for them. Although you are not currently one of our students, you are welcome to take a look at the things we have put in place to support the student community during the outbreak.

  • What will happen to my application?

Your application is important to us and our staff are well equipped to work remotely, so we do not anticipate any significant disruption in assessing your application. However, please bear with us if considering your application takes slightly longer.

  • Is the University still receiving and considering applications for study?

Yes, we are! A small number of courses are now closed for 2020 enrolments due to high demand but the vast majority of programmes are still able to receive applications and these are being assessed as normal. Our online application processes continue to be open.

  • What should I do if I can’t meet my English Language requirements?

We are aware that English language testing has been suspended in a number of countries. In most cases, testing is scheduled to resume in the weeks ahead and you should register to take a recognised test at the earliest opportunity. In the event of extended disruption to testing we are looking at alternatives, including whether our International Study and Language Institute (ISLI) can extend its own English test to other countries.

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