Notes about a Letter of Offer

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A Letter of Offer will be issued to you if your enrolment application has been successful.

You can accept and respond to this offer by signing it and mailing or scanning/emailing back your acceptance to the educational institution.

The Letter of Offer is a written agreement that includes information about your course, conditions of enrolment, course fees and refund policy. It is an important contract between you and your educational institution.

It exists as a reference point if for some reason you don’t start or finish your course.

Before you accept the Letter of Offer, read it carefully! 

Ensure you have a clear understanding of the refund policy and your rights as a student. If you have any queries or issues with the terms and conditions of the offer, do not accept it.

Make sure you have a personal copy of the Letter of Offer because this ensures you are aware of your rights if you need to make a claim against your educational institution for whatever reason.

If you need help understanding your letter of offer, let us know! We'll be more than happy to help translate Institute jargon into plain English! Let us know!