A Level Deferred Entry
Deferred entry is when you apply to university in one year, but actually apply to study at the university in the following year.
So for example, if you were to apply in 2005 for deferred entry, you would enter the university in 2006.
Some universities allow deferred entries for 2 years also.
Deferred entries are taken mostly by those wishing to take a gap year, or to earn some money for university.
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