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Admission: What's the difference between admission and enrolment?

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If you want to be admitted to a programme on the basis of a foreign diploma, it's necessary to first follow an application procedure and submit a complete application file before the deadlines mentioned on the website of the university.

When the board of admission of the programme decides that you are eligible for the programme and your documents have been verified for authenticity, you will receive a Letter of Acceptance, which you will need for enrolment. Enrolment is done in person at the registrar's office of the university during the enrolment period listed on the website of the university.

 
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Article ID: 32
Category: Admission
Date added: 2014-10-31 13:36:13
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