Undergraduate main January offer round emailed today, 19/1/16

Tuesday 19 January 2016

Today is the main January offer round for undergraduate courses. SATAC will email all offers by 5pm.

The offer email contains important information about your offer and enrolment in your course, so it’s important that you read it carefully.

If you receive a first preference offer you don’t need to take any further action with SATAC, we’ll accept it on your behalf. Just follow the instructions for enrolling with your university to take up your place in the course.

If your offer is to a lower preference you will need to respond to it online. There’s no rush, the deadline for responding to a main round offer is Wednesday 27 January.

While we’re processing the main offer round applicant services via My Application will be closed. New applications are also closed during this time. This means that you won’t be able to respond to offers or change your preferences today. My Application will reopen tomorrow, Wednesday 20 January.

Applicants who will not receive an offer today will be notified by email. If you don’t receive an offer today you may still receive one in a later round, depending on your circumstances and the preferences you’ve listed. Many courses will have places available after the main round. You’ll be able to check the status of your application and individual preferences from tomorrow (Wednesday 20 January) using the offer status service via My Application.

There will be another round of undergraduate offers emailed on Thursday 28 January, and regularly throughout February and early March. See our Key dates page for more information.

If you have questions about your SATAC application or offer, you might find the answer on our website. See the Clarify pages for information about applications for undergraduate courses.

If you need information that is specific to your application, contact SATAC for advice. We will deal with a large volume of phone and email enquiries over the coming days, so you may experience some delays getting through. Please be patient, and we will answer your questions as soon as we can.

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