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17 February 2011 Mr Khurram Rahul Kumar Shah Unit 2/23-27 St Georges Pde Hurstville NSW 2220 Australia Application Number

: 118425 Dear Mr Shah

LETTER OF OFFER

We are pleased to offer you a place in the following course at the University of Technology, Sydney: Course: Intake: Juris Doctor Autumn 2011

Further information about this offer, including how to accept, can be found in the attached Offer Summary. The following documents are attached: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Offer Summary – for your information Acceptance Form – for you to sign and send to UTS General Estimate of Annual Costs – for your information Further Information – general information that you should read Statement of Protocol on Fees and Refunds for International Students Studying in Australia – important information for your reference regarding fees and refunds

We look forward to welcoming you to the University of Technology, Sydney.

Yours sincerely

Professor William Purcell Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (International and Development)

Any change to your enrolment that may increase the length of time you need to complete can only be made in special circumstances and with official approval. based on the applicable fee for a 24 credit point enrolment (see Note 2 below. For more information regarding fees and fee refunds. you must arrange OSHC for yourself. Otherwise.99 Notes: 1. however. 3. If you apply for and receive RPL after acceptance of this offer.) Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) – Single (if you wish UTS to arrange) Additional Course Notes Juris Doctor C04236 060932C Autumn 2011 14 February 2011 28 February 2011 31 December 2013 3 Years 144 $498. Your actual semester course cost may differ from this figure depending on the course and the number of credit points taken per semester. It is essential. The above quoted semester tuition fee assumes you will enrol in a standard 100% credit point load for your chosen course. 6. . appropriate adjustments will be made to your course duration.au/international/prospective/studying 2. Tuition fees are quoted for the current year only and are subject to annual increase.930. The Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) charge referred to above is only payable if you wish UTS to arrange the cover on your behalf.276.OFFER SUMMARY Course and Fee Information (all costs are in Australian dollars): Course Course Code CRICOS Code Intake Orientation commences Classes commence Course finishes Standard Course Duration Total Credit Points Required Cost per Credit Point. For more information about your course see: www. 5.edu.00 $1. which is normally 24 credit points per semester. that you take out Overseas Student Health Cover for the length of your student visa. 4.00 $11. you must read the attached UTS Statement of Protocol on Fees and Refunds for International Students Studying in Australia. You should complete your course in the normal time for that course. based on the applicable fee Cost per Semester.uts. Fees are charged on a per-credit-point basis.

or proof of payment.99 $2.276. Forward the completed Acceptance Form and payment. You should be prepared to meet these additional costs. International Recruitment UTS International P.O. to: Manager. 3.Payment Required to Accept this Offer: A. for delivery of couriered papers: Manager. Overseas Student Health Cover (if you wish UTS to arrange): Payment due date to accept this offer: Single: Family: $11. 4. Deposit: B. Box 123 Broadway NSW 2007 Australia OR. the first semester fee less the deposit already paid). Note also that. 6. 5. books and other study items.00 $1.553. after enrolment. Organise payment of the required deposit. Note that the deposit does not include the cost of accommodation.930.e. Read and complete the attached Acceptance Form. Please refer to the attached ‘General Estimate of Annual Costs for International Students’ in order to gain an appreciation of these additional costs. Read this Offer Summary and all attached documentation and web-based information carefully. Payment must be made in Australian dollars by cheque or bank draft to “University of Technology. 2. Sydney". International Recruitment UTS International Level 3A. UTS Tower Building Broadway NSW 2007 Australia . you will be billed for the remaining amount of fees (if any) for the first semester (i.98 Immediately How to Accept This Offer: 1.

html.  that I have accessed sufficient information to understand the structure and content of this course.  that I understand that tuition fees may increase from year to year.edu. I understand that the University may cancel my enrolment or refuse to extend my enrolment if I do not comply with these requirements. APPLICANT’S SIGNATURE: DATE: . including the requirement that I must aim to complete the course within the standard course duration.au/international/study/progress. Sydney to commence Autumn 2011. and I am prepared to pay the increased fee as required from year to year.  that.98 Student and Family cover for the length of student visa  My Medibank Private membership number is: ___________________________________  TOTAL AMOUNT OF CHEQUE / BANKDRAFT: AU$ I declare the following:  that I have read and understood the attached UTS Statement of Protocol on Fees and Refunds for International Students Studying in Australia. BROADWAY NSW 2007. I understand that I will be required to pay full fees if they are enrolled in either a government school or non-government school.99 Student cover for the length of student visa  $2.uts.553.  that the personal information collected on this form and during my enrolment at the University may be disclosed to the Australian Government and designated authorities where required for compliance with the Education Services for Overseas Students Act (2000) and associated legislation. Enclosed is (please tick appropriate boxes)  Payment of the deposit as reflected in the Offer Summary  Copy of Pre-Visa Assessment (PVA) if applicable Overseas Student Health Cover (not applicable for Distance Mode courses):  $1. and agree to be bound by the same.ACCEPTANCE FORM UTS INTERNATIONAL PO BOX 123. AUSTRALIA TITLE: FAMILY NAME: GIVEN NAMES: DOB: COURSE: INTAKE: Mr Shah Khurram Rahul Kumar 01 August 1985 Juris Doctor Autumn 2011 118425 Email: Country of Birth: Nationality: Passport Number: Please provide your AUSTRALIAN contact details (if available): WHERE WILL YOU LODGE YOUR APPLICATIONS FOR A STUDENT VISA? (Not applicable for Distance Mode courses) City: Country: Address: ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________ Phone: _______________________________ I wish to accept the offer of admission as a fee-paying international student at the University of Technology. if I intend to bring school-aged dependents to Australia.276. and  that while on a student visa I am required to inform UTS of any change to my address within 7 days.  that I agree to be bound by the UTS Student and Related Rules and the enrolment requirements for international students as set out at www.

00 $3.585. The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) currently requires prospective student visa applicants to be able to demonstrate that they are able to access $18. depending on the general economic circumstances at the time. You should not base your financial decision about your ability to meet all course and living costs on an assumption of being able to work long hours during semester.e.00 AU$ 41. as well as considering the impact of fluctuating exchange rates if you are using personal funds from an overseas country. Health Cover charges are set by the Health Cover provider and are subject to change at their discretion. Your actual semester course cost may differ from this figure depending on the course and the number of credit points taken per semester. Note 3: Note 4: Note 5: Note 6: Note 7: Note 8: . work may not be easy to find. Fees are charged on a per-credit-point basis. which is normally 24 credit points per semester. Your actual costs will depend on such things as your lifestyle and ability to manage your funds. The cost of living may rise from year to year.00 $850.120.00 $5. The above semester tuition fee assumes you will enrol in a standard 100% credit point load for your chosen course. 1 This information does not constitute a letter of offer. You cannot work more than 20 hours per week during semester time (i. Depending on economic circumstances.000 a year towards living cost requirements while they are studying in Australia on a student visa. when your course is in session) other than any work placement which has been registered as a part of the course.644.00 $429. Telephone) Compulsory Overseas Student Health Cover (single rate) Tuition Fees (2 semesters per year based on a standard load of 48 credit points per year) TOTAL Note 1: Note 2: $7.Application No: 118425 Name: Khurram Rahul Kumar Shah Course: Juris Doctor Standard Course Duration: 3 Years General Estimate of Annual Costs for International Students 1 Accommodation Groceries Books Incidentals (Travelling Expenses. All costs are approximate and should be used as a general guide only.860. You must factor the possibility of an annual tuition fee increase into your overall budgeting.00 $23. You cannot undertake work until you have commenced your course in Australia. Tuition fees are for the indicated year only and are subject to annual increase. The above cost estimates are for one year only and are based on current estimates at the time of offer.800. No work limits apply during recognised periods of vacation. The total cost will therefore be determined by the length of your stay in Australia and how long it takes you to complete the course.00 Dollars referred to are Australian Dollars throughout.

mobile phone).au/international/ Staying in Touch You must notify the University of your residential address in Australia within 7 days of arriving in Australia. Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) You must maintain adequate arrangements for health insurance during your stay in Australia. you accept to abide by the UTS Student and Related Rules: www. and you should participate fully to ensure a smooth transition to university life. applying for a student visa and other important matters. go to the UTS International prospective students website: www.gsu.edu. . you are advised to request deferment (in writing). You must notify the University of a change of education provider within 7 days of receiving the electronic Confirmation of Enrolment certificate or evidence of enrolment.uts. Visa Matters If you are required to complete a Pre-Visa Assessment please attach a copy of the approval letter from the Australian High Commission or Embassy.html#can Getting Started at UTS For further information about accepting your offer.edu. go to the UTS International commencing students website: www.edu. You can request a deferment for up to twelve (12) months. suspension or cancellation In certain circumstances your enrolment may be deferred.au/international/new/defer.uts. Please note that any deferment will be subject to the entry requirements and the deposit applicable to the new requested intake semester.edu. preparing for your arrival in Sydney. cancelled or suspended by the University.html Enrolment information.uts. For information on these circumstances see the following webpage: www.au/international/new/index. You must notify the University of any change in your residential address within 7 days of the change.au/rules/index.uts.uts. If you are unable to arrive in Sydney before your required start date. It is also very useful if we have your current telephone contact (e. See: www.au/international/study/dispute.edu. In accepting a UTS Letter of Offer and enrolling at UTS. in case we need to contact you urgently. Late arrivals may not be accommodated in classes.g. including full-time requirement and deferment.FURTHER INFORMATION Commencing your Course Orientation is an essential activity for all new international students.html Studying at UTS The UTS Student and Related Rules apply to all students who have been admitted to a course of study at UTS and are enrolled in a course of study at UTS. This means that you must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the length of your student visa. enrolling.html Living in Sydney For information about living in Sydney and studying at UTS.

au/international/esos/index. This document is also available on-line at: www.html .html Rights and Responsibilities under Australian Law As an international student studying in Australia you will have certain rights and responsibilities under Australian law.au/international/esos/under18s.edu. you must maintain adequate arrangements for your accommodation. You must not change those arrangements without the written approval of your education provider.uts. support and general welfare for the duration of your stay in Australia. See: www. including the requirement that you must make your best attempt to complete your course within the normal time for that course (referred to as the standard course duration). Important information about this can be found in the following webpage: www.edu.uts.html ATTACHMENT UTS Statement of Protocol on Fees and Refunds for International Students Studying in Australia. To maintain adequate arrangements for welfare you must stay in Australia with:  your parent or legal custodian. If your welfare arrangements are approved by your education provider you must not travel to Australia until your welfare arrangements are due to commence. you accept the terms of that letter. or  a relative who has been nominated by your parents or custodians who is aged over 21 and is of good character.Completing Your Course on Time In accepting a UTS Letter of Offer.au/international/prospective/studying/fees/policy. support and general welfare arrangements that have been approved by your education provider. Under-18s If you are under the age of 18 when you commence study at UTS. Children You must maintain adequate schooling arrangements for your school-age dependents who join you in Australia on a student dependent visa for more than 3 months.uts.edu. or  accommodation.

Letter of Offer means the letter of offer including the terms and conditions of a Student’s enrolment to study at the University. . to establish procedures and guidelines on the charging of fees for international student admission and enrolment and for the refund of course-related fees for international students. to ensure that UTS fee and refund procedures for international students comply with the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 and associated legislation and with other relevant laws and regulations. It supplements the UTS Statement of Protocol on Refund of Fees and Section 4 of the UTS Student and Related Rules.STATEMENT OF PROTOCOL ON FEES AND REFUNDS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS STUDYING IN AUSTRALIA Purpose The purpose of this Protocol is: 1. 3. Special Circumstances means the circumstances described in condition 5. Deposit means the amount payable by a Commencing Student upon acceptance of an offer of enrolment. Commencement Date means the first date of a Teaching Period or any other date decided by the University from time to time. Continuing Student means an international student who has completed at least one Teaching Period of study at the University. Sponsored Student means a Student whose application fees. Scope This Protocol covers all fee and refund information for international students who apply for admission to UTS and who will reside in Australia for the duration of their course of study. Deposit and/or Tuition Fees in accordance with a sponsorship agreement between the Sponsor and the Sponsored Student.11. Section 4 of the UTS Student and Related Rules and any schedules. 2. Commencing Student means an international student who has returned a valid and signed Letter of Offer to the University and will commence study at the University in the near future or who is undertaking the first Teaching Period of study. Protocol means this Statement of Protocol on Fees and Refunds for International Students together with the UTS Statement of Protocol of Fees. Deposit and/or Tuition Fees are paid for by a Sponsor. Sponsor means the entity that is responsible for the payment of a Sponsored Student’s application fees. Distance Students means a Student who will or does undertake their University course of study away from the University campus and who resides in Australia for the duration of the course of study. Definitions Census Date (for the purposes of this Protocol) means the date after which no Tuition Fees for that Teaching Period will be refunded to Students who withdraw from a course. to establish the terms and conditions associated with fees and refunds to which international students agree when accepting an offer for a UTS course. University Deposit Amount means the amount specified by the University on an annual basis and is the amount payable by a Commencing Student if no reductions or waivers apply.

3. a valid and signed Acceptance Form. If a Student’s Deposit is an amount reduced or waived by the University in accordance with this condition 2. Sydney. Study Abroad Student means a Student enrolled in a Study Abroad Program. The Deposit amount will be credited towards the Student’s first Teaching Period Tuition Fees. Teaching Period means one semester of study at the University and any other period of time as decided by the University from time to time. There is a non-refundable application fee for all applications for full-award courses except where otherwise authorised by the Director. full payment of the Deposit.4.au/fees/other/administrative. Acceptance of an offer of enrolment into a course of study will be completed once the University has received 2. 2.9.sau.1. 2.4. If a Commencing Student defers commencement of a course of study. Study Abroad Fee means the fee payable by a Study Abroad Student described in condition 4. Application fees 1. Any remaining credit balance of the Deposit will be carried forward and credited towards the Student’s next Teaching Period Tuition Fees. For details please see http://www.6. the Deposit will be retained by the University. There is no application fee for Study Abroad Programs. 2. 1.uts.uts.1.4. The Deposit must not be accepted from a Student or otherwise processed until a valid and signed Letter of Offer is received from the Student. and 2. Tuition Fees means the fees payable by a Student for each Teaching Period and may include any applicable Study Abroad Fees. 1. 2. UTS International. in its sole discretion.1.3. The amount of the Deposit will be set by the Director. For details please see http://www. The Deposit may be an amount reduced or waived on the basis of a formal agreement with another institution or agent or if otherwise authorised by the Director. Student includes Commencing Students and/or Continuing Students of the University. Terms and Conditions for Fees and Refunds for International Students These terms and conditions apply to all international students who have accepted an offer of enrolment to a course of study by the University and all international students who are enrolled in a course of study at the University.html 1. The Director. UTS International.html 1.sau.1. 2. unless an exception applies. UTS International. .5. Deposit for acceptance of an offer 2. 2.1.2.2.2. Study Abroad Program means a period of study (up to one year) which may be undertaken at the University by a student from a higher education institution outside Australia and that may be counted towards the requirements for an award at their home institution. UTS International and specified in the Letter of Offer. University means the University of Technology. If tuition fees are more than the deposit amount then the balance is required to be paid by the due date in the student’s first teaching period. There is a non-refundable application fee for courses that are packaged with Insearch courses. the Student’s Tuition Fee liability and/or refund eligibility will not be in any way affected.au/fees/other/administrative.edu.edu. in its sole discretion. In certain individual cases the application fee may also be waived on the authority of the Director. UTS International may authorise a waiver of the application fee by issuing an internal memorandum specifying the circumstances in which the application fee may be waived.Student means an international student enrolled in a course of study through the University who will reside in Australia for the duration of the course of study.

11. Tuition Fees 4. 3.2.1 above.1.7. 4. 4.2 students who do not pay Tuition Fees by the due date may have sanctions imposed upon them including the cancellation of their enrolment and consequent notification to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship. Study Abroad Program Fees 4. the University will make arrangements on behalf of the Student with the agreed OSHC provider and the University will transfer the Student’s OSHC payment to the OSHC provider. 3. First semester tuition fees must be paid by the due date. Non-student-visa holders who do not provide a certified copy of their visa must pay the full Deposit in accordance with condition 2. Tuition Fees must be paid in advance for each Teaching Period. Sponsored Students 2.2.8. Sponsored Students who do not provide a guarantee must pay the full Deposit in accordance with condition 2. Study Abroad Students are charged a Study Abroad Program Fee for each Teaching Period which covers an enrolment of up to 24 credit points for that Teaching Period. Sponsored Students who provide a financial guarantee from their Sponsor at the time of acceptance of an offer for enrolment at the University are not required to pay a Deposit to accept their offer. 4. Research Student Tuition Fees 4.7.9. 4. If a Study Abroad Student enrols in more than 24 credit points in one Teaching Period.3.8. .10. 4.1. 4.5. Under University Rule 4. 3. When a Student enrols in a subject the fee for that subject will be charged to the Student and must be paid by the due date for that Teaching Period. If a Student provides authorisation in accordance with condition 3.1. Tuition Fees are charged for each enrolled subject and are determined by the credit point value of the subject and the course of study in which the Student is enrolled. Credit balances of Tuition Fees will automatically be carried forward to the next Teaching Period. Students enrolled in research courses part time are charged 50% of the relevant full-time Tuition Fee. Students may authorise the University to arrange Overseas Student Health Cover (‘OSHC’) on their behalf by indicating this in the Letter of Offer and providing payment of the OSHC payment as specified in the Letter of Offer.Exceptions Non-student-visa holders 2.1 above. All fee payments must be made in Australian dollars. A Student’s final Tuition Fee liability for each Teaching Period is determined by the amount of subjects in which the Student is enrolled at the Census Date for that Teaching Period.4. the Study Abroad Student will be charged Tuition Fees for each additional subject.6. Overseas Student Health Cover 3. 4.4. Full-degree coursework Tuition Fees 4. 4. Tuition Fees for research courses are charged for each six-month period of enrolment. Students who provide a certified copy of a temporary resident visa (including bridging visas and temporary business visas with no study restrictions) permitting them to study in Australia for at least the first semester of their course are not required to pay a Deposit to accept their offer. It is the Student’s responsibility to maintain valid OSHC while in Australia.3. Tuition Fees are liable to increase at the commencement of each academic year.

the refund will be assessed by the relevant recruitment team leader and approved or rejected by the Manager. 5. . Prior to the Commencement Date: the University will retain an amount equal to 10% of the University Deposit Amount.7 above. UTS International. After a Commencing Student has accepted an offer of enrolment at the University. including through the provision of fraudulent documents.9. International Recruitment. the Commencing Student is entitled to a partial refund of any Deposit paid.6.4. The University will charge a Sponsor directly for each Teaching Period in which the Sponsored Student is enrolled in accordance with the Sponsored Student’s sponsorship agreement. For completeness. they are entitled to a refund of all Tuition Fees paid for that Teaching Period. 5. a Commencing Student may be made an offer by the University to enrol in an alternative course for a cost no greater than the cost of the originally offered course of study.7.2. Where an offer of enrolment is withdrawn by the University because a Commencing Student has breached the terms and conditions of the Student’s application or Letter of Offer. Non-Student-Visa Holders who did not pay a deposit (see 2.2. On or after the Census Date. Where a Commencing Student withdraws from a course during the student’s first Teaching Period. in the unlikely event that the University is unable to deliver the course as offered. 5. An application for a refund of the Deposit by a Commencing Student must be made in writing directly to the Director.4 and 5. ii. where a Commencing Student has paid a reduced amount in accordance with condition 2.6) are refunded in accordance with 5. the amount retained by the University is nonetheless based on the University Deposit not the reduced Deposit paid. Refund of Tuition Fees 5. Where a Commencing Student applies for a refund of the Deposit and makes an appeal for Special Circumstances. ii. Refunds where a Student withdraws from a course (Student Default) 5. The amount of the Deposit retained by the University is determined by the date at which the student withdraws.3. 5. the Deposit and any Tuition Fees paid by the Commencing Student to that date will be refunded within two weeks of the day on which it is determined that the course can no longer be provided.3 the Sponsored Student remains liable for the payment of any outstanding Tuition Fees if the Sponsor does not forward payment to the University by the due date for a Teaching Period. 5. iii.4 above. 4.8.13. i. excluding the Deposit amount paid which is refunded in accordance with conditions 5.5. In accordance with University Rule 4. the University will retain the entire Deposit.Tuition Fees for Sponsored Students 4. 5. UTS International. Refunds must be paid within four weeks of the date of receipt of a completed application in the case of a Student Default and within two weeks in the case of a Provider Default. Alternatively. On or after the Commencement Date but before the Census Date: the University will retain an amount equal to 40% of the University Deposit Amount. Refunds Refund of Deposit Refunds where a course cannot be delivered (Provider Default) 5. the University reserves the right to retain the Commencing Student’s full Deposit. Where a Student withdraws from a course prior to the Census Date of a Teaching Period. The amount retained by the University will never exceed the Deposit amount paid by a Student. Where a Commencing Student applies for a refund of the Deposit without making an appeal for Special Circumstances. as follows: i. 5.12. the decision will be made by the Director.1.4 above.

Students who are granted permanent residency (PR) in Australia after enrolment become liable to pay the domestic fee-paying undergraduate or postgraduate tuition fees applicable to their course. Students with a complaint against decisions of the University may seek assistance from the UTS Student Ombud's Office. does not in any way remove the right of a Student to take action under Australia’s consumer protection laws. As Endorsed by Fee Policy and Management Committee 10 Dec 2008 and updated administratively 31 March 2009. This Protocol. but are not limited to: i. rather than international tuition fees. due to overpayment. and the availability of complaints and appeals processes at the University. Commencing Students who withdraw from or suspend their course may be eligible for a refund of any OSHC fees paid to the University. 6.edu.au/rules/4index. A Student may apply for a full refund of Tuition Fees where they have withdrawn from a course due to Special Circumstances. 7 October 2009 and 20 September 2010. Serious illness or misadventure. The Student has obtained or applied for another kind of visa to remain in Australia (copy of visa or application must be provided). The Student (continuing only) has a fee credit. 5. and/or iv. civil or natural events which prevent full payment of fees. iii.pdf and section 4 of the UTS Student and Related Rules http://www. Political. Special Circumstances include.3. Students will only receive a Commonwealth Supported Place by applying for admission via the Universities Admission Centre (UAC). Refunds will be forwarded to the Student’s home country unless the Student can demonstrate grounds for the refund to be made in Australia. Refunds for non-student-visa holders are processed through the Student Administration Unit (SAU). Refunds to Students due to Student Default will be paid to the Student within four weeks of the date of receipt of the Student’s completed application for a refund.10. and/or ii.1. iii. A Student’s application for a student visa is rejected.11. An application for a refund of Tuition Fees by a Student must be made in writing directly to the Student Administration Unit. Such grounds may include: i. Where a Student is excluded from their course of study and has already paid fees for the first Teaching Period of their period of exclusion. for the semester. 6. ii. or other compassionate grounds such as death in the immediate family.2. Students who obtain permanent residency are no longer considered international students and this Protocol no longer applies to them.uts. Students who obtain permanent residency 6.html 6.sau. Appeal and grievance provisions 7. The Student has enrolled in a course at another Australian education institution (copy of letter of offer from the other institution must be provided). Terms and Conditions for fees and refunds for students who obtain permanent residency are covered by the UTS Statement of Protocol on Refund of Fees http://www.2.gsu. 5.uts. .edu.12.au/fees/refunds/FeesRefundProcedure.1. 7. Refund of Overseas Student Health Cover (‘OSHC’) fees 5.13.5. The amount refunded will be determined by the policies of the relevant OSHC provider.14. 7. 5.