DBear Posted February 4, 2017 Share Posted February 4, 2017 I never thought this would happen to me (really, I didn't) but I've received a few admissions. I know for sure that I am going to decline two of these - and I know that it would be better to decline them sooner than later... but for one of the schools, they haven't given me any information on funding yet, so if I decline now, I can't use the "sorry, I've really wish I could go, but I've received a better offer." excuse. The reason I'm declining is because I felt that another school had a stronger research fit - should I just say this? I'm usually really good at composing diplomatic and professional emails but I'm truly stumped because I've never had to write this kind of email before. I want to decline ASAP so the schools can move on with their processes, but I don't want to make it seem like I didn't even consider their offer seriously and burn bridges. Any advice would be much appreciated! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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