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Advice and Information from the MSc Admissions team

June 1, 2017
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Advice for offer-holders 2017

As summer approaches, and you are making your plans, the following information may help you to prepare for joining Cass Business School in September. This advice is designed to help you avoid the most common problems encountered by students in the final weeks before joining the course. Please read it carefully, as it is advisable to plan ahead, particularly if you require a T4 student visa, rather than have lots to prepare at the last minute. Continue Reading →

June 15, 2016
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Advice for offer-holders 2016

As summer approaches, and you are making your plans, the following information may help you to prepare for joining Cass Business School in September. This advice is designed to help you avoid the most common problems encountered by students in the final weeks before joining the course. Please read it carefully, as it is advisable to plan ahead, particularly if you require a T4 student visa, rather than have lots to prepare at the last minute. Continue Reading →

September 3, 2015
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Advice on tuition fees payment

As in-person registration draws near and you are completing online registration, we thought we would share some advice on how you can pay the first instalment of tuition fees.

You need to pay at least half of your tuition fees in order to complete the online part of registration, which must be done before you arrive at Cass Business School. You will need to pay fees to complete this process and be able to print out the certificate you will require to complete in-person registration. You will be able to see during this process how much fees are showing in your account.

Fees are paid to the same account as your deposit. The most efficient way is to pay by credit/debit card through https://epay.city.ac.uk/city/ City University does not charge for using this method.

Alternatively you can pay by a bank transfer or internet transfer from your bank account. You will have received our bank details when you accepted your offer, or you can find them on our website. Please remember to use your student number and your name as the payment reference so your payment can be allocated correctly. Continue Reading →

May 13, 2015
by MSc Admissions Team
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Advice for offer-holders

As summer approaches, and you are making your plans, the following information may help you to prepare for joining Cass Business School in September. This advice is designed to help you avoid the most common problems encountered by students in the final weeks before joining the course. Please read it carefully, as it is advisable to plan ahead, particularly if you require a T4 student visa, rather than have lots to prepare at the last minute.

  • The in-person registration date for your course is 14 September 2015 so please take this into account when making travel arrangements so you will not arrive late.
  • Please make sure you advise your admissions officer of any change in contact details, particularly your email address, as otherwise you may miss vital information. Remember to check your email regularly as we will be sending out important information as the start date approaches. Information on induction and in-person registration and ID checks will also be posted on the induction website, and you are advised to check that regularly also.
  • Conditional offer holders, please send us documents required to upgrade your offer as you receive them, rather than wait until you have everything. We require an original or certified copy of your final degree transcript to be sent to us as a hard copy (post/courier/personal delivery) in order to upgrade offers that are conditional on degree results – we cannot accept scans, photocopies or emails. If you have any questions about which documents are still outstanding, please contact your Admissions Officer for advice.
  • Planning to return to your home country/travel after you finish your exams? It may be possible to arrange for your university to post a copy of your transcript to us, so please think about that before you leave the UK.
  • If you require a T4 student visa for your studies at Cass, plan ahead and ensure you do everything in good time, to avoid last minute panics. Make sure you understand the UKVI requirements for visa applications (they may have changed in the past few months), particularly with regard to the financial documents required for visa applications. For further information please visit our website and apply in good time for your application to be processed. Our visa advisers are ready to help you with any visa related issues, and can be contacted on visaadvice@city.ac.uk. You will receive information on how to request your CAS Statement when your offer is upgraded to unconditional.
  • You will receive a link to our Induction Website when it is activated during the summer. You will find useful information on this site, so we advise you to check it regularly for updates and additions.
  • Unconditional offer-holders will receive an email inviting you to complete online registration when the system goes live (normally around July); conditional offer-holders will receive this shortly after your offer is upgraded. If you do not receive this please contact your Admissions Officer.

If you need any further information, please contact your Admissions Officer. We look forward to meeting you in September.

September 10, 2014
by MSc Admissions Team
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Preparing for Successful Registration

With just under a week to go until in-person registration kicks off at Cass, the MSc Programme Office is busy making final preparations for your arrival. We are sure that you, too, have a lot to think about prior to starting the course. To help you along, here are some pointers:

  • If you have not already done so, please complete online registration as soon as possible. The email with the link to register will have been sent to you from our Registry team. The first instalment of tuition fees must have cleared in our account before you can complete online registration so please keep this in mind if you are paying by bank transfer. For details of payment methods please see our finance page. When you have completed online registration please print off the Certificate of Completed Registration and keep it safe. You will need this when you attend in-person registration – we cannot accept documents presented to us on a mobile device.

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