Sample of a Study Leave Letter #1
Chief Operating Officer
Personal Assistant COO
Date: January 24, 2009
Dear Mrs. Clark,
I am writing to you today to inform you of my admission in New York University's Masters of Business Administration program. With this good news, I will require a leave for the duration of my studies which will commence from September 12, 2009 to May 25, 2010.
I have attached my letter of admissions along with the receipt for tuition that has been paid to the institute for your information.
On my return I hope to have gained knowledge about many new aspects of doing business. This should help me promote the company’s business interests in many new ways to a more diverse group of clients. I thank you in advance for providing me an opportunity to further my studies and professional development.
Study Leave Letter Sample #2
August 3, 2008
Following my admission at the London School of Economics, I am applying for a study leave as per our company policy. I have selected a four year undergraduate program which commences on September 2009 and will be completed on May 2013.
I have included a copy of the admissions letter to the BBA program along with the scholarship letter that the university issued me. This is for the company record of my employment.
I will be very thankful if my application will be considered because I feel a degree in Business Administration will help me do my tasks better at the company.
Template of a Study Leave Letter
Date: (Date request submitted)
Dear (Manager's Last Name),
I am writing this letter to formally inform you that I have been accepted for admission in (Institute Name) (Degree name). In order to attend the university, I will be needing a leave for the duration of my course which will be from (Start Date) to (Finish Date)
I am attaching my admission letter and the fee slip that I have deposited for record keeping.
I am confident that these studies will give me the knowledge that will be beneficial for our work and will allow me to do better for our company. I hope to come back and become an asset once again, and take our organization to higher success.