My application is rejected, what do I do?

If your application is rejected by a university, you have the option to re-apply to the same institution. However, it is essential to carefully review your previous application and address the reasons for rejection. If the rejection was due to specific academic requirements not being met, it may be challenging to change the admission criteria. However, if the rejection was due to easily fixable issues, such as missing documents or a low English proficiency score, you will be informed and can update and resubmit your application.

In cases where re-applying to the same university is not feasible, you can explore alternative universities or programs. It might also be worth considering enrolling in a lower-level degree, such as a Diploma or a Foundation program, which can qualify you for higher-level degrees. For instance, if you were rejected for a Bachelor’s degree due to insufficient A Levels or number of passed subjects, completing a Foundation year can pave the way for your eligibility to pursue a Bachelor’s degree more smoothly.

You must be aware that a low admission score decreases your likelihood of being rejected to the program you applied for, while a high admission score increases your chances or acceptance. To learn more about the admission score and its significance, you can find additional information here.