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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Difference Between letter of offer to letter of enrolment

Now, you already have an eligibility letter from AHPRA, and you want to apply for the bridging course with out the aide of an agency, which is good,since you will not be spending a big amount of money to an agency. You are now proceeding for an application for your visa in the embassy. What you need is to gather all the required documents for your application. Majority of the applicants are confused by the letter of offer for embassy purpose only and from the letter of enrolment. Both can be used in an embassy, so you do not need to stress out about it. But how do they differ from each other?

The letter of an enrolment is a letter made for you by the institution confirming your place in the specified commencing date of the course that you paid. It means that you are enrolled already and your place for that course is already secured (simplest way to explain). However, the letter of support for visa, is a letter produced by an institution in support for your application in the embassy. This letter only contains the course that you will be taking and if how long it will take. Remember, this does not guarantee a place for your desired date of the course.

Figure 1.1 will show you the letter of enrolment, while figure 1.2 is the visa support letter. (Click the image to enlarge)

fig 1.1

fig 1.2

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