CONFIRMATION OF ACCEPTANCE FOR STUDIES
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A Certificate of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) is a number that confirms that a University or College or Registered Educational institution has made an unconditional offer on specified course.
What are the requirements for Certificate of Acceptance for Studies (CAS)
To be eligible to apply for a CAS, you must meet the requirements set out by the University. You will be required to provide evidence of your previous education and English language requirement.
Once you have been offered an unconditional place on a course of study, your education provider will send you a CAS reference number. You must apply for your Student Visa within 6 months of receiving your CAS.
The Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies must not have been used in a previous application which was either granted or refused and the education institution must not have withdrawn its offer.
The CAS must also contain certain information including details of the course to be studied, the level of study, the place of study, the cost of accommodation and fees (and any payments already made) and how the English language requirement has been met
How Long a Certificate of Acceptance for Studies is valid for
A CAS letter is usually valid for 6 months and it must be utilised to apply for a Student Visa in the UK.
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