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International Agents Newsletter
Volume 2, No. 19 (14 September 2007)
New process for accepting offers
To comply with the updated ESOS requirements, it is important that all of the following information is supplied when accepting an offer for a student:
- copy of the original offer letter;
- acceptance form;
- payment form (with payment); AND
- any other documentation as requested in the original offer letter.
This is the minimum information that must be supplied with every acceptance. Sending complete information to us will assist us to provide Confirmations of Enrolment promptly - many thanks to the agents who have adapted so quickly to this change.
Reminder – English Language Requirements
Minimum Pre-enrolment English Program for applicants with conditional offers
The minimum Pre-enrolment English Program required for applicants who receive a conditional offer of admission to an academic program (due to not meeting the English Language Requirements) will be at least 10 weeks.
Details of the English Language Requirements required for admission to the various Pre-enrolment English Programs are available from the English Language Centre.
The 5 week program will be available only as an optional program to applicants with unconditional offers who wish to strengthen their English language skills prior to the commencement of their academic program.
International Office staff profile: Linda Brook
In this issue we profile Linda Brook. Linda joined the International Office over two years ago, initially to cover a staff member's annual leave, and has never left!
Linda is an administrative assistant and provides assistance to students at our front counter and responds to telephone enquiries. Linda also undertakes the data entry relating to degree transfer and foundation students.
Prior to joining the International Office, Linda worked in several University areas, including human resources and clinical nursing. Linda has also been volunteer Lifeline Crisi telephone counsellor for over six years.
Linda enjoys spending time with her three adult children, her five year old granddaughter and other family members. Linda's past-times include attending and supporting her Australian Rules Football club the Adelaide Crows, and watching a wide variety of movies.
University news – Brain Researcher is Young Scientist of the Year
A University of Adelaide student whose research is helping us to better understand how the brain works has become the 2007 Young Scientist of the Year. Martin Sale, a physiology postgraduate student in the School of Molecular and Biomedical Science, has won the honour thanks to his involvement in the national Fresh Science competition.
[Read full article: Brain Researcher is Young Scientist of the Year]
Volume 2, No. 20 on Friday 28 September 2007.
Celebrate the United Nations' International Day of Peace on 21 September 2007.