In order to attend a full-time course of study within the UK lasting over 6 months, if you do not already hold a different type of UK immigration permission that permits study, you will normally require a Student Visa sponsored by Warwick. Please use this form to provide those aspects of your personal details that were not correctly stated in the email you received from The Postgraduate Admissions Team. This updated information will then be used to create a Confirmation of Acceptance for Study (CAS) to enable you to apply for a Student visa once you have accepted and met all conditions of your offer. Please note that you will be required to prove that you have valid immigration permissions before you can begin a course at The University of Warwick. You must arrive in the UK and complete enrolment before the latest course start date as stated on your CAS. Please also note that if you need a Student visa and intend to study at the University of Warwick you will need a Warwick Student visa in order to enrol. To obtain this you must apply for your visa using a CAS from the University of Warwick and not from a different UK university. If you have require specific advice, please contact our Immigration Service Team http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/study/international/immigration/.
*Section B: Information about you* i. *Complete your name and only those details below that were incorrect or missing in the email you received.* ii. Please include details *exactly* as they appear in the passport you will use to evidence the nationality you wish to be shown on your CAS in your student visa application.
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