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What information about my studies will you release to my sponsor?

If part or all of your fee is being paid by a sponsor, we will release certain information about your studies to your sponsor on request, including:
-Your name and Personal Identifier
-Your module details including level, dates, credits and fee
-Your module status (for example if you are actively studying, or have withdrawn or completed your module)
-Information about the sponsor and sponsorship agreement
-Your module result.


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How can my employer contribute to paying my OU fees?

If the qualification or module you've chosen is geared towards your job or developing your career, you could ask your employer to sponsor you by paying some or all of the fees. We'll send you information and a sponsorship form in your registration pack. If your employer is paying up front, you make a registration as usual, indicating that you will be sponsored and the OU will invoice your employer. If your employer is reimbursing you, the OU will send an academic transcript when you have completed the module.

Short courses and Openings are not invoiced to sponsors, but your employer can pay by credit card. (Please note, S154, SDK122, SK120, SK121, SK122, SK123, SK124 are not included in the Science Short Course Scheme).

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