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Hi, I need some help with my letter to a university asking for information. Is this letter grammatically correct or do I have to add something in it? I only want to know the entry requirements for my country.


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Dear Sir or Madam,


This is to request more information about your international entry requirements in Faculty of ******. I am interested in applying to study BSc ******.


I could not see my country, ******, listed on your International Entry Requirements site, therefore I would like to know the entry requirements for my country.


Yours sincerely,

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Thank you for your help.

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Change the underlined words to the ones applicable to your situation.


Dear Sir or Madam,


I am writing to request more information about your international entry requirements in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. I am interested in applying to study for a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry.


I did not see my country, Mongolia, listed on your international entry requirements web page, therefore I would like you to kindly reply with the entry requirements for my country.


Yours sincerely,

******