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Universities and unconditional offers.

Universities and unconditional offers.

Universities making unconditional offers may be breaking the law by “pressure selling”' to students, the higher education watchdog has warned.

The number of unconditional offers has risen sharply in recent years, with students now 30 times more likely to receive one than five years ago.

Fierce competition between universities to attract students has seen sixth form pupils increasingly offered places regardless of their exam results.

Some institutions hand out “incentivised” offers, where they tell students that their offer will be unconditional but only if they accept it as their first choice university.

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