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    Hello everyone,

    Here's the story: I got an unconditional offer for a PG course, I signed and mailed back the acceptance of offer form.

    Now I'm wondering if they send an official certificate of acceptance, cause I haven't received any, and the problem is, in order to get a loan the offer letter doesn't seem enough for the bank, they need proof that I have accepted that offer.

    Is it normal that they don't send an acknowledgment of receipt of the acceptance of offer???

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    is the offer of accocomation going to be good enough for a bank??

    but, yes, they do..
    they sent me one anyway.
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    Well, it seems the accommodation offer isn't enough according to the bank.

    God, I'm worried I won't have enough time to get a visa. I requested the admissions office for a certificate of acceptance last tuesday... no response yet.

    I might call on monday.
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    just call them on monday,
    explain the situation.
    at the end of the day, we are paying the uni a lot of money for accomodation, surely a little bit of help wouldnt got a miss...
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    I am in the same boat. I have sent the acceptance form of my master, I have accepted through the Self Service and since 14 days I am waiting the Letter of Acceptance so as to use it for booking at a private hall. Also, do you receive for PG studies the Letter of Acceptance with any other document or certificates?
 
 
 
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