I suspect following the TDA's allocation announcement the other week universities are now beginning to issue offers. I wonder though along with these offers, or through general information streams how many institutions are informing students as to the cuts in bursaries that so many student rely upon to support themseleves.... I know I for one wouldn't have been able to do my PGCE without the support of the bursary/training salary. I wouldn't be suprised if, following an offer universities receive a considerable amount of rejections and have to extend their recruitment to find trainees with the financial capabilities to undertake the course. Are potential students being infomed of the changes in financial support available to them and being asked whether they are still comitted to the course before a decision on an offer is made?