An Email from Dr. Ian Barrett, Director of Administration.
Jun 14, 2016 — From Dr. Ian Barrett:
"I’m happy to confirm the following details:
"The College has agreed that for the remainder of this year's cycle no Home/EU student accepting an offer for an Arts & Humanities PGT programme will be asked to pay a deposit. Additionally all Home/EU students who have declined an offer or let it lapse will be informed that their offer can be renewed without payment of deposit being required for acceptance.
"There will be a review of the scheme across the College for next year’s admissions round, in which the Faculty will be involved.
"Applicants who have already paid the deposit as part of their acceptance of an offer will proceed in accordance with the existing advertised lines of the scheme – i.e. the deposit is an advance payment on the rest of the tuition fee. If applicants have any queries regarding fees or funding, they should of course feel free to contact the Admissions Office through the usual channels."
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