Due to the competitive nature of professional health courses and limited contract places here at the University of Suffolk we use reserve lists for some courses.
When you attend a Selection Day we may be unable to offer a place on the course due to the limited number of places available, this is normally because we have already offered places close toor above our contractlimit and we are awaiting applicants responses.Where possible we will inform you of this as soon as possible before the Selection Day, however this is not always possible.
If you are selected for a reserve place it means you were successful in the Admissions Test and/or interview and we would like to offer you a place but do not have availability at that time.If this is the case we will notify UCAS and write to you detailing the conditions of your reserve place.
If places then become available we will contact the next preferred candidate. Places may become available at short notice so you should ensure that you keep your contact details up to date, if we are unable to get hold of you quickly then we may contact the next candidate.
Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee that vacancies will become available. If you do not get a place you will be required to re-apply through UCAS for the next academic year.
The number of candidates held on a reserve list vary depending on the total number of places on the course.