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Missed my Induction - What will happen to me?

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    I have missed my induction today due to a family emergency, and want to know what will happen. During the Induction I was supposed to be collecting my Foundation Programme pack and College registration form + there were supposed to be some presentations about the course I am doing etc. Now I'm worried that they wont let me enrol.

    So I just wanted to find out will I still be able to enrol and how important is the induction? My actual enrolment is tomorrow at 12.45, but am worried I might get a good ********** for not turning up to the induction and not be allowed to enrol.

    Would appreciate some advice.


    Note: Uni is Queen Mary
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    should be ok as long as you didnt miss enrolment and tell them why u werent there...
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    (Original post by EH18)
    should be ok as long as you didnt miss enrolment and tell them why u werent there...
    I hope so. It stated in the email I got about induction that you must attend the induction programme for your course. That's what worries me.
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    It depends on the uni, and probably whether you have a good reason for missing it. Nobody here can tell you.
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    Was it an emergency along the lines of a long term pets or a family member being seriously ill/dead, or was it 'The dog has gas, keep an eye on him.' ?
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    You could email the person who runs your course and explain the situation?


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