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3 December 2013

Admissions Office Division of Student Administration

Mr Sriiram Mohan C/- The Chopras - New Delhi 1006 Chiranjiv Towers 43 Nehru Place NEW DELHI 110019 India

+61 2 6125 5594 +61 2 6125 0751 Canberra ACT 0200 Australia

Application ID: Student ID: DOB:

00181621 5503180 5 March 1990

CRICOS Provider Number: 00120C

CONDITIONAL OFFER Dear Mr Mohan I am delighted to offer you admission to a program of study at The Australian National University on the condition that you satisfy all requirements listed below: Program: Program Type: Commencing: Indicative Tuition Cost: Program Start Date: Standard Full-Time Duration: Master of Laws (CRICOS Code: 006504E) Postgraduate Summer Session, 2014 A$30,111.00 (per year) 1 January 2014 1 Year

CONDITIONS You are required to provide evidence of English Language proficiency. All English language tests must have been taken less than two years from the date of application. Acceptable tests and results required: IELTS Academic Module of at least 6.5 (7*), with no band less than 6.0. TOEFL score of at least 570 (600*) on the paper-based test (Test of Written English 4.5 (5.0*)) or a TOEFL internet-based test of at least 80 (100*), with a minimum of 20 (22*) in reading and writing and a minimum of 18 in speaking and listening. Cambridge CAE Advanced with an overall 80 Grade A (95*). Pearson Test of English Academic with an overall score of 64 (70*) and minimum score of 55 (60*) in the four core skills. * Scores required for Law based programs + Law School (not Legal Workshop) graduate program English language requirements Academic IELTS score overall of 7 with a score of 7 in writing and 6 in all other bands. TOEFL paper based score of 650 with a TWE score of 5.0: Internet based score of 110 with a minimum of 26 in writing and at least 22 in all other sections. Applicants may be able to meet the University's English language requirements by other means. For more details please see:

1 | DIVISION OF STUDENT ADMINISTRATION Program Type Undergraduate coursework degree and Graduate coursework degrees including Honours Teaching Periods Semester 13 weeks of teaching Tuition fees per teaching period Where the program duration is 1 year or greater the tuition fees per teaching period will be half of the annual indicative tuition cost. Where program duration is one semester the tuition fees per teaching period will be the entire annual indicative tuition cost. As these are course based fees the amount will vary from student to student.

For information on the number of study periods/sessions for this program and the tuition fees per study period/session, visit ... Full-Time Enrolment You are required to remain enrolled on a full-time basis. Program and Course Information For further information about your program and courses, please consult Postgraduate Coursework Programs: The ANU College of Law would like to draw your attention to the fact that nearly all the courses in the graduate coursework program (except The ANU Juris Doctor (JD)) are offered in intensive format. Courses consist normally of 4 days of class time, which may be scheduled in one block, separated by a weekend, or 2-day blocks separated by a week or more. This means that there will regularly be periods during which fulltime students enrolled in the program will not have regular classes. We strongly recommend that you take this into account when selecting the particular courses you wish to take and scheduling time for the completion of the assessment in those subjects (generally a research essay due 6 weeks after the last class), as well as any periods of independent research you wish to undertake. To Accept This Offer: - satisfy any offer conditions; return the attached Offer Acceptance Declaration and Payment Advice Form;

- pay the relevant International Student Fee deposit (see Offer Acceptance Declaration and Payment Advice Form) or provide the University with the completed and signed sponsorship form found at: indicating that this amount will be paid on your behalf by an approved sponsor. Once you have completed the above steps and your payment or sponsorship form has been processed, the University will send you a copy of the electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) form, which will allow you to apply for a student visa. Please note the University reserves the right to withdraw your offer if payment is not received by the offer expiry date. To Enrol: Enrolment instructions are on the web at: Important Acceptance Dates: In order to accept this offer you must complete the above steps and return your Offer Acceptance Declaration and Payment Advice Form and any documents required to meet conditions (where applicable)


by the relevant closing date listed below: Off shore Applicants (if you currently live overseas) Semester 1 offers (February start) 15 January Semester 2 offers (July start) 29 June On shore Applicants (if you currently live in Australia) Semester 1 offers (February start) 31 January Semester 2 offers (July start) 10 July Important note: these dates will be strictly adhered to. If you are unable to meet the conditions and accept your offer by the relevant date, your application will require re-assessment for the next available intake. If you would like your application re-assessed for next available intake, please send your request to advising which intake you would like to be assessed for, your student ID (this can be found on the first page of this offer letter), full name and date of birth. Program and Course Information For further information about your program and courses, please consult International Student Fees Indicative tuition fees can be found at and are published for guidance only. They are based on an annual full-time enrolment of 48 units in the discipline area of the program in the current year. Fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change. Your deposit will cover your first semester's tuition fees unless you vary your degree from the one detailed on this offer. If you vary your degree from the one detailed on this offer, your tuition fee liability may vary and you may be invoiced in your first semester for an amount additional to the deposit. Tuition fees are calculated per teaching session and the amount will be based on your enrolment at the time of invoicing for that session only. You will not be invoiced for a full-year's worth of tuition fees in one billing period. Please note that your deposit amount also includes visa length overseas health cover. Services and Amenities Fee On 11 October 2011, the Australian Parliament passed legislation allowing universities and other higher education providers to charge a fee for student services and amenities of a non-academic nature. From 2013, all international students at the ANU will be required to pay the Student Services and Amenities fee (SA Fee). The fee is $273 and it will be indexed every year. Payment will be required upon receipt of your invoice after enrolment in the semester/term. Proceeds from the SA Fee may be used to deliver a range of student services including counselling, employment/career advice, child care, financial advice, food services and sporting and recreational activities, as well as independent student representation structures. For more information about the fee, please see: Overseas Student Health Cover Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) is a private health care arrangement, which helps cover the cost of medical treatments in and out of hospital, for example if you get sick or have an accident. It is a condition of your student visa (Condition 8501) that you are covered by OSHC for the duration of your student visa. Allianz Global Assistance is the preferred health cover provider of The Australian National University; this arrangement, however, does not restrict you from obtaining OSHC from a recognised provider of your choice. Further information about alternative recognised providers for OSHC is available at If you choose to select a health insurance provider other than the University's nominated provider (Allianz Global Assistance), you must show evidence that you are covered by the other health insurance provider for your proposed visa duration. OSHC must be arranged before a student visa can be issued. It is your 3 | DIVISION OF STUDENT ADMINISTRATION

responsibility to make sure that you have a current health cover policy until your student visa expires. Information about the costs and services provided by Allianz Global Assistance can be obtained from Visa and English Requirements You are required to comply with the current student visa regulations during your enrolment at the University. This includes Australian Government English Proficiency requirements (separate to the University's English language policy) for the issue of a student visa. Further information on visa regulations are available at your nearest visa office and may also be accessed at the following website: Orientation Day International Orientation Day aims to provide new students with the answers to any questions. It is a vital part of preparing you for life at the ANU. International Orientation Dates can be found at: Accommodation There is a heavy demand for accommodation in the ACT and students are advised to apply for accommodation as early as possible. Information and online registration is available at: Under 18 International Student ANU will not take responsibility for the guardianship of students under the age of 18. If your guardianship arrangement ceases before you turn 18 your enrolment will be withdrawn. If you will be under 18 at the time you commence your program of study at the ANU, please visit: University Policies As a student you will be subject to the Australian National University Act 1991 as amended, and to the Statutes, Rules and policies of the University as made from time to time. For details on these please see the following website: Fee and Program Refund Policy Before accepting this offer, you must carefully read the University Programs and Fees - Fee and Program Information/Refund Policy. The Refund Policy can be viewed at the following website: Yours sincerely

Mark Erickson Registrar, Student Administration