My name is Alejandra Rodriguez and I'm from Mexico. I applied for the American and English Literature, American and English Literature and Creative Writing programs before your winter break.
I know about the entry requirements for the home students (AAB - AAA). From what I gathered on the entry requirements from the course on the website was that I needed to have an overall of 6.5 on my IELTS test. Although I also sent my High School diploma to the Undergraduate Admissions Team because they asked for it.
That stated, my question is; how does my grades 'translate' into your own grading system in order for me to meet the entry requirements the course of my choice established?
Also, I have a doubt I wish you could clarify for me. Does it take longer for an International student to get an offer? Or everyone's process is the same?
Thank you very much,
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- Thread Starter
- 04-01-2013 20:38
- Specialist Advisor
- 07-01-2013 15:44
Thanks for your message.
We have your application, and the qualifications you have sent in will be assessed by our staff who specialise in qualification conversion. Keep a check on your emails, as you will be notified when the process moves on.
As a result of this process, international students' applications can take longer. If you have any other queries please email [email protected]
So, be patient, keep a check on your emails and good luck!