“Please be aware that, in common with most of our courses, the XXXXX course has seen an unprecedented increase in the number of applications received this year. It is because of this factor, that we have not been able to make offers to all applicants. It was deemed that your academic qualifications, together with other aspects of your application were not ranked highly enough in comparison with those of other applicants with similar achievements. ”
“You failed to fulfill the entry requirements because your awarding institution is not ranked highly enough to satisfy our entry criteria.”
“We regret to inform you that we are unable to offer them a place, as it was felt that the application did not meet the entry requirements for the course for the following reason(s):
Your academic qualification requires to have all modules with a score of above 80 %. You have not achieved the necessary standard.”
“Unfortunately we are unable to make you an offer as you do not meet our academic requirements. You are currently achieving 80.05% overall which is the equivalent to a low 2:2 & we require a high 2:2 which is 83%. Your average grades from required & relevant modules are 77.33% & 74.07% which is the equivalent to a 3rd. The selector was concerned that you would not be suitable for the course due to the grades you have achieved.”
“From September 20XX we will no longer be running the XXXXXXX.”
“Unfortunately the XXXXXXXXXX is closed for both part time and full time applications. Your application has been given careful consideration and on this occasion we are unable to offer you a place on your chosen programme. We have also taken the time to review your application for other Masters programmes at AMBS and unfortunately we are unable to offer you a place.”
“Unfortunately, your application for XXXXXX was unsuccessful because your degree was in an unrelated subject. ”
“On this occasion I regret to inform you that we are unable to offer you a place. This is because this is a conversion course primarily aimed at students who have not studied XXXXXXXXXX at undergraduate level.”
“The reason for this decision is due to the English Language test score you submitted - this does not meet our requirements.”
“The application has been failed for applicant didn't pay the application fee.”
“Your application has been rejected. The admission panels notes; Stated interests and goals would be a better fit for the XXXXXX. ”
“Competition for entry to postgraduate degree programmes in the XXXX School has intensified in recent years, with more than XXXX applications being received for circa 1,400 places during the last Admissions Cycle (2016 entry to the University).
Accordingly, attainment of the published Minimum Academic Requirements, Minimum English Language Requirements and Non-Academic Requirements does not guarantee that an applicant will receive an offer. Applicants will be made offers based on their relative performance compared to other applicants, and offers will be made to the top applicants based on the number of places available on their desired degree programme.
Given this, we are not in a position to make you an offer at this time. Your application is being held, pending review of other applications. You will be advised no later than 31 January 2016 whether or not we will be able to make you an offer.”