Admission Cancellation Letter, Sample & Format
An Admission Cancellation Letter is written by a person of authority of an educational institution, such as a school, college or university. The letter is written to inform a student who has applied or appeared for an entrance examination with respect to a school or a course at an academic institution. The letter can also be written by a student who has satisfied the admission procedure but shall not be able to initiate studies in that particular institution.
There can be several reasons for the admission of the students being cancelled, such as, non-clearance of the entrance examination, non-payment of necessary tuition fee, discrepancy in the mandatory documents submitted, etc. The reason for the cancellation of the admission must be stated necessarily by the writer. If the letter is being written by a student, he or she must provide correct details about him or her. The letter should be concluded on a positive note by wishing the reader success for future.
Admission Cancellation Letter – Sample
The following is a sample of an Admission Cancellation Letter.
B-6/11, Purushottamdas Thakurdas Marg,
Ford Colony, Mumbai-400001,
MJP Institute of Technical Science,
46, Trident Road, BKC Colony,
Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai-300012
Subject: Request for Cancellation of Admission
Dear Mr. Jayashankar Yadav,
I am writing to you to put forth a request for cancellation of my admission in your reputed institution, MJP Institute of Technical Science. I had been enrolled on May 29, 2017, in your institution under the admission number 131028, for the course Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Botany.
Although MJP Institute of Technical Science is widely recognized for its professional staff with excellence in teaching, qualifying the examinations and clearing all the levels of the admission procedure is in itself a great achievement. I would have been very happy to initiate my college journey here. However, it is with regret that I will have to let go of this opportunity. I have realised that I shall be able to make a good career in the field of law; hence I would like to pursue a degree in law. Since your institution specialises in courses dealing with science, I shall not be able to admit myself in the course the entrance examination for which I had cleared. I had deposited a sum of Rs. 32,000 at the time of admission. I request you to kindly reimburse the same amount to me.
I shall be very thankful to you for your kind consideration and quick action in the matter.
Thanking you for your time.