Once the University Applications are done by the candidate, the next thing is to wait for an offer/admission letter from at-least some of those Universities confirming the acceptance of your application for admission into the program of your choice.
Depending upon the selection criteria, Universities generally issue two types of offer/admission letters:
- Conditional admission letter
- Unconditional admission letter
A Conditional offer/admission letter is issued to a candidate whose academic credentials are not fully met to directly enter into an applied program. The letter would come with certain conditions that a candidate has to fulfill before a specific date to get admitted into the program he has applied for. It generally includes fulfilling language or pre-academic tests requirements or submitting of documents like last semester mark sheet, IELTS/TOEFL transcripts, language certificate etc before a specific deadline.
An Unconditional offer/admission letter is issued to a candidate whose academic credentials are fully met to directly enter into an applied program. As the name suggests, unconditional offer letter has no further conditions to be met and confirms that the candidate’s academic credentials like grades, language skills etc have been accepted by the University for the program, have been accepted by the University.