Further information regarding your offer
Our Accommodation Officer will be in touch with you at some point during Spring 2019 with details about possible accommodation choices and what to do next. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact Rachel Crane on +44 1522 583707 or email email@example.com
Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure that the University’s conditions of entry are met. In order for us to complete the Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) application, your offer with us has to be Unconditional Firm (UF) which means you have no outstanding conditions and you have chosen Bishop Grosseteste University as the university where you will be studying in the UK. Following this UF status, a CAS application will be made to the Home Office to start off the visa process.
Bank or building society requirements – the account you provide can be in your name, or in your parents’ or a legal guardian’s name only.
If your parent or legal guardian is sponsoring your studies and therefore using their financial information, they must also provide a written declaration (in English or officially translated into English) confirming:
- their relationship to you
- you have access to the funds
- the funds will be available to pay your studies
Your parent or legal guardian is required to provide an official financial document showing the required sum of funds have been available for a minimum of 28 consecutive days prior to your visa application. An original official document (e.g. birth certificate) confirming the relationship between you and your parent or legal guardian needs to be enclosed.
Unfortunately, you are not allowed to use money held in any other person’s name.
You must be able to demonstrate that the required amount has been available to you for a minimum of 28 consecutive days (finishing on the date of the closing balance) ending no more than 31 days before your application.
Your personal bank or building society statement must show:
- your name or your parent(s)/legal guardians name; and
- the account number; and
- the date of statement; and
- the financial institution’s name and logo; and
- the amount of money available.
By making Bishop Grosseteste University your Unconditional Firm choice, you are aware of your responsibility to abide by the conditions of your Tier 4 visa, including your obligation to study at your sponsor institution, your working restrictions and that you will leave the UK when your visa expires unless you have obtained further valid leave. If your visa application is unsuccessful, you will need a new CAS number to re-apply. Before a new CAS number can be assigned, you will need to email a scanned copy of your refusal notice to the University’s Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then confirm whether a new CAS can be assigned. If a new CAS is assigned, you should use this new number when you re-apply for a visa.
The tuition fees will be £12,500GBP for the first year of your course if you are joining a postgraduate course, and £11,500GBP for the first year of your course if you are joining an undergraduate course. A non-refundable deposit of £3,000GBP must be received by the University as part of your condition of entry. For further information, please contact our Finance Team on email@example.com or telephone +44 1522 563811. The balance will be required at enrolment.
Criminal Record Checks
If a Criminal Record Check is a condition of your offer, if you have never previously resided in the UK you will be required to provide a police report/Certificate of Good Conduct from your home country. Please visit www.gov.uk/government/publications/criminal-records-checks-for-overseas-applicants.
Additionally, if you have resided in the UK, you may be required to apply for a Disclosure Barring Service Check and we will initiate the process. Please note that it is essential that you have a passport when you come to the UK as you will need this to provide evidence of your identity. An identity card is not sufficient to prove identity for this purpose.
Terms and Conditions of entry
Should you become a student at Bishop Grosseteste University, this notice shall constitute a term of any contract between you and the University. Any offer of a place made to you by Bishop Grosseteste University is made on the basis that in accepting such an offer you hereby give your consent to the incorporation of this notice as a term of any such contract. All students will be required, as a condition of registration, to abide by, and submitted to, the University’s General Regulations for students as amended from time to time. The University cannot accept responsibility, and expressly excludes liability, for damage to students’ personal property, for transfer of computer viruses to students’ equipment and for the consequences of any breach of contract by individual students.
Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure that the University’s conditions of entry are met. Further information about your course can be found on our course information pages, which can be found at www.bishopg.ac.uk/course-information. Please visit www.bishopg.ac.uk/complaintsprocedure and www.bishopg.ac.uk/conditionsofoffer to view the complaints procedure and the terms and conditions of your offer.
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