Once you have received an unconditional offer that you have accepted, and you are within 3-4 months of the start of your course you will receive an email to confirm the personal details that the University holds about you. This is likely to be from mid-May 2019 for students requiring a CAS for Pre-sessional English language and the end of June 2019 for students starting at Warwick in September 2019. If you have not yet accepted your unconditional offer, please do so as soon as possible: Respond to your offer.
Once you confirm your details are correct, you will be directed through to the CAS request form.
Please complete the form as fully as possible as the University will use this form to assess your eligibility for Tier 4 sponsorship.
Typically, where no further information is required, these are usually processed within 10 working days of receipt of the request form.
If you have renewed your passport since receiving your CAS, you do not need a new CAS. Please send a scan of the new passport to email@example.com and we will add a sponsor note confirming this change. The UKVI allow some amendments to the information on your CAS as long as you have not submited your visa application. Please contact the PG Visa Team if you have any questions regarding this.
If there is a mistake on your CAS please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. We can then assess whether or not you require a new CAS. In most cases we can add a sponsor note to your CAS correcting the mistake. The UKVI allow amendments to the information on your CAS as long as your visa application is not in the advanced stages and has “USED” status.
If you have been awarded a scholarship and this does not appear on your CAS, please contact Student Finance as soon as possible.
It may be that your department has not informed admissions or student finance regarding your award. We are able to add University of Warwick scholarships and awards to your CAS, however external scholarships should be evidenced with official documentation and will not be included on your CAS.