deferring your offer??


girlindia
Hey everybody,
i have been made an offer to KCL for 2011 intake. I have accepted the offer. Although, I wanted to know whether one an defer the admission to next year? and whether doing this guarantees the admission the coming year?
I would really appreciate a feed back..

Thanks in Advance :)
Hey everybody,
i have been made an offer to KCL for 2011 intake. I have accepted the offer. Although, I wanted to know whether one an defer the admission to next year? and whether doing this guarantees the admission the coming year?
I would really appreciate a feed back..

Thanks in Advance :)
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girlindia
nobody has an idea about this??
nobody has an idea about this??
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Good Gosh
well if they defer your offer yes you are guaranteed admission in the following class. i don't know about KCL, but i do know the LSE does defer offers depending on the reasons proffered. a friend of mine was ill and deferred two years in a row. if it's a good reason they may well say yes. good luck
well if they defer your offer yes you are guaranteed admission in the following class. i don't know about KCL, but i do know the LSE does defer offers depending on the reasons proffered. a friend of mine was ill and deferred two years in a row. if it's a good reason they may well say yes. good luck
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TC2011
I also got admitted to King's and there is actually a section at the bottom of the 'myapplication' page explaining that you may defer your offer, before or after you've accepted it.

You should provide grounds to defer the offer, which they will consider and then decide whether to accept your request (i.e. you'll have your place guaranteed next year) or reject it (i.e. you'll have to apply again next year).
I also got admitted to King's and there is actually a section at the bottom of the 'myapplication' page explaining that you may defer your offer, before or after you've accepted it.

You should provide grounds to defer the offer, which they will consider and then decide whether to accept your request (i.e. you'll have your place guaranteed next year) or reject it (i.e. you'll have to apply again next year).
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hny_flying
Does one need to place a deposit to secure your deferred place? And what about the fees? I heard that there shall be a tremendous increase in tuition fees for international students from next year. So I guess, when we defer for next year we will have to pay the increased fees is it?
Does one need to place a deposit to secure your deferred place? And what about the fees? I heard that there shall be a tremendous increase in tuition fees for international students from next year. So I guess, when we defer for next year we will have to pay the increased fees is it?
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Good Gosh
of course, you pay fees for the year you attend. and you're right, fees are going up a huge amount because of cuts in gov't funding..
of course, you pay fees for the year you attend. and you're right, fees are going up a huge amount because of cuts in gov't funding..
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hny_flying
And is there a deposit to secure your seat?
And is there a deposit to secure your seat?
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Good Gosh
dunno tbh, doubt it would be a lot (here in the UK)
dunno tbh, doubt it would be a lot (here in the UK)
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TC2011
Don't think you'll need to pay a deposit to secure your place but you'll definitely need to pay the fees that apply in your actual year of studies.

You may try to contact the School via the 'my application' tool, they usually reply within 1-2 days.
Don't think you'll need to pay a deposit to secure your place but you'll definitely need to pay the fees that apply in your actual year of studies.

You may try to contact the School via the 'my application' tool, they usually reply within 1-2 days.
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