University Acceptances: Busy Days for Varsity Staff; Queen's University Acceptances

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University Acceptances: Busy Days for Varsity Staff; Queen's University Acceptances


This is a supplementary list of acceptances to Queen's University. Individual candidates with access to the Internet can also obtain decisions direct from:

http://www.qub.ac.uk/ado/ucasvac/index.html

The following points should be noted:

The information contained in the tables does not form part of any contract and formal notification will be received in due course from UCAS.

Not all results have yet been received by the University and some borderline decisions are still pending.

There are three tables as follows:

1. CF ACCEPTANCES - CF refers to a conditional offer firmly accepted by the candidate.

2. CI ACCEPTANCES - CI refers to a conditional offer accepted as an insurance by the candidate.

CI offers will only be published where the CF offer is also with Queen's. The decision on the CF choice may still be pending.

3. CF CHANGED COURSE OFFERS - The candidate has not been accepted for the original CF choice but the University is prepared to offer an alternative course. A changed course offer is not binding on the candidate and may be declined.

CONTACT WITH THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE

The office has limited resources and staff are under extreme pressure trying to process applications.

Contact with the office is regrettably limited to the afternoons only for either telephone callers or personal callers.

The telephones will be answered from 2.00 pm until 5.00 pm on Tuesday 22 August, Thursday 26 and Friday 27 August. The number is 028 9033 5081.

There will be open sessions in the Whitla Hall and the South Dining Hall from 2.

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