We will provide you with Offer Letter ( decision ) from the universities, colleges and language schools on your admission application.
We aim to receive response from your chosen academic institution towards your admissions as soon as possible. Provided you meet English, academic and immigration requirements, you will likely to receive offer from the a your chosen university, college or language school.
Admission Application Outcome
Receiving Your Offer Letter
When your offer is made, it is stated as either conditional or unconditional. You must follow certain requirements and processes to complete the offer.
You can receive following decisions
Your university, college or language school is offering you a place and satisfied you have already met all the entry requirements for your programme. If you accept this unconditional offer, your institution must provide a place. The provider may add an expiry date at least 14 days in the future, as a deadline for you to reply to the offer.
Your university, college or language school is offering you a place with conditions. In order to take up your place you must fulfil the conditions that have been applied to your offer. These may include satisfying academic conditions, providing English language test results and/or degree results, or attendance at pre-sessional courses or other non-academic entry requirements.
To fulfil the condition(s) you must send official documentary proof of your final degree mark or test scores, or attend the specified summer school or pre-sessional courses.
All conditions must be met in full before you will be able to register for your programme.
Your chosen university, college or language school is unable to offer you a place – it can give a reason with its decision. If no reason is given, you can contact us to ask why you were unsuccessful.
Your chosen university, college or language school want you to attend an interview before making its decision. Details of the arrangements and/or dates can be provided in your application summary, or by us to you directly.
Replying to your offers
You can reply to both unconditional and conditional offers in one of the following two ways.
You want to accept the Offer.
You do not want to accept the Offer.
What happens next ?
An unconditional acceptance letter is issued once you accept a conditional offer and met the conditions, or when you accept an unconditional offer. You will receive this letter by email and via portal.
If you are an international applicant, you will be sent a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) number and CAS statement no earlier than six months before the start of your programme.
If you are unable to attend the programme for the academic year specified in your offer letter, please inform your Admissions Office. Contact details are stated in your offer letter. If you wish to defer for more than one year, you will need to submit a new application to reapply for admissions.
Student Support If you have any question or need help with admissions, then get in touch with us. We aim to support promptly.