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What are the conditional and unconditional offer letters?

The University issues the conditional letter after your application. This is a conditional letter of acceptance which means that the University accepts your registration automatically once you have laid down the requirements for your course. These conditions may be:

  • Finish high school with an average of X (X will be stated in your conditional letter).
  • Take the IELTS Exam and achieve a grade of X (X given to each student individually depending on the University and the course).

The unconditional letter is the letter issued after submission of documentation demonstrating that the student has succeeded in obtaining the required conditions. This letter is to confirm that the student has been finally accepted into the University.

Don't worry! Our student advisors can help with this matter. 

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