The Academic Committee has delegated this responsibility to the Registrar. Where the Registrar has questions they will consult the specific department concerned. The Registrar will report on admission to the Deputy Principal and the Academic Committee.
Fulton may decline to admit any persons in any year or course of study on the following grounds:
-Applicants not satisfying the academic requirements at Fulton or at other higher institution.
-applications exceeding the quotas that have been set by the Academic Committee for a given course
-Applicants not satisfying Fulton’s high moral standards.
Fulton reserves the right to decline admission to any person without necessarily specifying the reason.
Admission Responses to Application
Applicants will be advised by mail as soon as practicable that Fulton has received their applications. The Registrar will normally send an Offer Letter to successful applicants within one month of receiving your application.
Student Responses to Offers of Acceptance
Offers of a place at Fulton are open for a limited time only, and successful applicants must advise the Registrar in writing of their acceptance of the offer. Applicants who omit to advise the College within the given specified time may have their offers withdrawn and the Admissions Office may reallocate them to other applicants.
Overseas Students Immigration Requirements
All students travelling to Fulton from overseas must bring with them:
-Full open return airline/ship ticket
-3 passport-size photographs
Married students must also provide the following for their spouse and children;
-Police Clearance (16 yrs and over)
-Two passport photos
-Open return airline/ship ticket.
Under no circumstances may a student, or dependent relatives travel to Fiji without a full open return ticket or an onwards ticket to a country where he/she has entry rights.
Upon arrival on campus, foreign students must deposit their passports and return ticket for safekeeping with the Director of Student Services.