Mubeen is studying a 2-year master programme and has not paid the second instalment for the tuition fee. He is suspended when the new semester starts in January. A week after the start of the studies, he receives a letter from the Migration Agency where they ask for documentation to show he still meets the requirements for a study permit as they have seen that he has been suspended due to unpaid tuition fees. He has two weeks to submit the necessary documentation.
Because he has to send money through international bank transfer, Mubeen cannot get the payment to the university before the deadline to submit the necessary documents to the Migration Agency and his study permit is revoked and he must return to his home country.
- If he had planned for the tuition fee payments based on the information on future due dates available in the invoice system and at the Student Web, Mubeen would have been able to pay the tuition fee and continue his studies.