Johnny13 Posted June 5, 2013 Share Posted June 5, 2013 Hi there, I've read a lot about US schools and what to do if you need to withdraw a previously accepted offer, especially if there is funding involved. I'm wondering what the protocol is with Canadian schools for an online masters program when there is no funding involved, and no advisor has been assigned. I recently received a late admission to a second school after accepting the first school back in April. I waited until the last minute in an effort to hear back from the 2nd school, and contacted the 2nd school to tell them about my other offer, but they were not able to get back to me until very late May. Would this burn bridges if I renege my admission offer? I can't find any information on the first school's website regarding withdrawal. I assume earlier is better as they can get someone from the waitlist. Any other thoughts on this? Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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