How to request a CAS:
|If you need extra time to finish your current course||
Before your CAS can be issued, we will undertake checks to ensure that you are eligible for Student sponsorship. These checks take time, especially if we have to verify your immigration status with UKVI, so please be aware that it may be some weeks before your CAS can potentially be issued. Any requests received less than a month before visa expiry may not be processed.
By requesting a CAS, you are confirming that you are fully aware of your responsibility to abide by the conditions of your Student visa. The University reserves the right not to issue a CAS (or to withdraw a CAS) to someone who:
Please note - If you have an outstanding tuition fee debt we will not be able to issue you a CAS
If your visa application is refused - please inform the Student Immigration Team (Compliance)
A CAS CAN ONLY BE USED ONCE - DO NOT RE-USE A CAS AS YOU WILL RECEIVE ANOTHER VISA REFUSAL.
IMPORTANT: To make sure that you can continue with your studies, please be aware of the following CAS deadlines:
Please help us to help you by complying with the above deadlines. If you submit a late CAS request after the deadlines, there will not be enough time for you to make a visa application to return to studies on time/continue with studies. Therefore in these situations, it may be too late for us to issue a CAS and you would have to defer your studies. CAS requests received after the above deadlines may not be considered and we reserve the right not to issue a CAS for any late applications.
If you are progressing from one course to another course at the University
Do not complete the online CAS request form. Your CAS will be emailed to you by the International Admissions team once you have met all of your offer conditions (financial/academic etc). Do not request a CAS from the Student Centre for a new course.
To discuss your new course offer conditions, please email email@example.com
If you pay more of your tuition fees after you have received your CAS:
Inform the Student Immigration Team (Advice) as soon as possible, so that your online CAS can be updated with the new amount.