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Subject: November 2013 exam
Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2014 09:48:51 -0600
From: P.T.
To: Dr. Michael Esselen
 

Dear Dr Esselen,

I have just received my outstanding result - thank you SO much for all you have done to resolve this issue - my heart knows no bounds for the gratitude!!

Thank you sincerely
T. M. D
 

 

 
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Thea
Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2013 7:06 AM
To: Dr. Michael Esselen
Subject: Thank you
 
Dear Dr Esselen,
 
I would like to send you my heartfelt gratitude for your help in getting
my oustanding exam mark of November 2012 resolved.  I received my result
yesterday.
I truly appreciate your time and effort.
 
Gratefully Yours
Thea
 

 

 

From: A D P

Sent: Friday, December 07, 2012 6:38 AM

To: Dr. Michael Esselen

Subject: Re: 50888242 Unisa Registration
 

Dr. Esselen,

Thank you for all of your help these past months in preparing my documents and answering all of my questions. You provided me with so much assistance and assurance with the application and I am truly grateful!

Hope you have a very Merry Christmas and again thanks so very much!

Sincerely,

A

 
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From: c m

To: Dr. Michael Esselen

Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2010 4:03 PM

Subject: Examinations
 
Dear Michael,

I received a letter from them today, dated Jan. 19, saying that I have not been granted permission to write the examinations. I understand that this letter was sent to me before you asked them to grant me permission to write. (I don't know why they wrote directly to me).

I will wait for your email after you have heard from them.

I cannot begin to tell you how much I appreciate everything you have done to help me since I have been a student.

Thanks again,

C


 
 
----- Original Message -----
From: F.G.P
To: Dr. Michael Esselen
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 2:08 PM
Subject: Many thanks!

 
Dear Dr. Esselen,
 
Greetings.
 
As I am about to graduate on October 5, 2009, I wanted to tidy things up.  There is a small credit of R690 on my account, which I do not want returned, but rather provided to defray the cost of books/supplies/other for some student at UNISA.  [I do not know how to make this happen, but if I need to formally do so, I will be happy to.]
 
Again, I want to express my gratitude for your assistance over the years.  This has been a rewarding experience for me, and a much more pleasant adventure because of you and your staff at IACI-Canada.  You have always been professional with me and are a ‘dedicated soul’ in the endeavors of academics.
 
I have already directed a friends to your website, and I know one of them, F. Q. in Miami has already been in contact with your office and the department of ecclesiastical history at UNISA.  I will continue to encourage anyone who asks to enquire at UNISA as a means to fulfill their goals in graduate and post-graduate matriculation.
 
If I can be of assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact me.
 
Again, Dr. Esselen, thank you.
 
Blessings to you and on your work,
F. G. P
 
 
 
From:  D.R.
Sent: September-23-08 8:51 AM
To: iaci@iaci-canada.com
Subject:  Re: FW: Fw: MR D.A.R 
 
Dr Esselen,
 
Thank you for following up on this for me.  I appreciate knowing the reason,
I suspected at the beginning
that the nature of my MPA program might be an issue.
I appreciate all of the assistance you have provided.
Best of luck in your continued operations.
Sincerely,
 
D.A.R.
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From:C.S.

To: iaci@iaci-canada.com

Sent: Monday, August 25, 2008 1:20 PM

Subject: An update
 
Dear Michael,
 
How are you on this cool but sunny day?
I thought it opportune to give you an update on my interactions with UNISA.
No, this is not a complaint!!!!!
 You will be pleased to hear that UNISA have come to the fore in a most splendid manner.
I have a supervisor allocated, Dr. E. N, who is responsive, on hand and in addition highly
effective and efficient, a mentor C J for editing the bits and pieces I have ready. I feel quite
overwhelmed with all the attention.
In short, I want to thank you for fielding my “emotive” and exasperating enquiries and
for finding a workable solution.
 
Kind regards
C. S.
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From: R.S.

To: "IACI" <iaci@iaci-canada.com>

Sent: Monday, July 21, 2008 10:34 AM

Subject: Re: Re: Fw: R S
 
> Thank you Michael,

> I sincerely appreciate your concern.
> For now, my main task is getting accepted at UNW and continuing with my research.
> Again, I wish to reiterate -IACI is a wonderful service and it's unfortunate that more distance
>learning students aren't aware of it. I would not hesitate to promote IACI on any forum.
>Your services are invaluable.
> I look forward to hearing from your contact at UNISA in August.
 
Thank you and warmest wishes,
> R
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From: C.M.

To: Dr. Michael Esselen

Sent: Friday, July 11, 2008 5:02 AM

Subject: Re: Transcript Request

Dr Esselen,

Thank you so much. I have been having sleepless nights about this.
I really do appreciate all your help and  your patience.
Have a lovely weekend.

Regards
C.M.
 
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From: G.K.

To: Dr. Michael Esselen

Sent: Friday, June 13, 2008 10:52 AM

Subject: RE: G.K. FILE 
Thank you so much I really I appreciate your exceptional assistant.
Thank you so much Dr. Esselen, I really appreciate your great assistant, examination center
has been my main worry in my studies and thanks to you everything is changed and can now
approach my studies with peace of mind.
 
 Rgds
 G.K.
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From: J.

To: Dr. Michael Esselen

Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2008 8:18 AM

Subject: Re:  J.K. 
Dr Esselen,
 
Thank you so much! Without you I would have many more grey hairs than I already have.
I really appreciate all your help.
 
J.K.
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From: S R
To: "Dr. Michael Esselen" <iaci@iaci-canada.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2007 11:29 AM
Subject: Re: DTh: PhD


> Dr Esselen,

> Thank you for taking the time to speak with me about the doctoral programs offered by UNISA.
I enjoyed the opportunity to learn more about the University's programs in Theological Ethics and
New Testament-and I appreciate the links listed in your e-mail. I will follow your instructions
regarding the application and be back in touch with any questions-

> Have a great day
>  S R


 
----- Original Message -----
From: E C S
To: Dr. Michael Esselen
Sent: Friday, February 09, 2007 4:43 PM
Subject: Thank you

 
Dear Michael,
 
Thank you for your E- mail and confirmation of the 2007 application having been sent off.
Much appreciated. Thank you too, for invidulating my exam this morning.
As you know, exams are not my forte and your calm, positive handling of a rather volatile
examinee are greatly appreciated.
 
Enjoy what I believe will be a rainy weekend.
 
Best regards,
C. S.

----- Original Message -----
From: P
To: "'IACI'" <iaci@iaci-canada.com>
Sent: Friday, January 19, 2007 4:25 PM
Subject: RE: Questions 7, 33a and 38.: Submission of your documents:


> Thank you so much again, Michael. 
 
I'm excited to start at Unisa regardless of the money
I spent elsewhere for school!  I would have done my Doctorate  in Education there if I knew the difference,
but I am already about 11 classes in and have 6 left so I figured I'd just finish.
>
> Whew, I'm just glad I got everything in order.  Regardless of what happens, I am sure I can at least
eventually be accepted for the doctorate in Theory of Literature, and that will be a good thing because
I have wanted to complete a terminal degree in literature.
>
> Again, I can't thank you enough.  You've been great.  I've heard great things about Unisa,
so I'm excited to get started.
>
> P

 

----- Original Message -----
From: U J
To: <iaci@iaci-canada.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2007 7:05 AM
Subject: RE: Due date for UNISA 2007 academic year registration
(Undergraduate)


> Good Day  Dr. Esselen,

> Thank you so much for your e-mail. It is always so nice to deal with  IACI-canada,
because of the professionalism and competence.
> Thank you so reminding me that registration is due. I was registered for the Early Childhood degree,
but now have decided that I want to teach high school, so I am interested in the Bachelors in Education;
for high school.

> Happy New Year!
>  U J
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From: E D C
To: iaci@iaci-canada.com
Sent: Monday, November 07, 2005 11:08 PM
Subject: RE: Submission documents:

 
Dear Dr. Esselen,
 
Thank you very much for your quick reply.  We are very impressed with the speed and quality
of your assistance.   We have a few more questions before we re-send the application forms and pay
using Visa through the PAYPAL program (or on the application itself).
On the application we supplied our Passport numbers which has our full names, address,
date of birth etc.  That will also be the identification that the South African Embassy here
in Seoul will notarize for us. Since we are applying from Seoul that is the easiest way
for us to move forward in this application.  Did you still want us to change the information
to Social Insurance or birth certificate numbers?
 
E D C
 
----- Original Message -----
From: M H
To: iaci@iaci-canada.com
Sent: Saturday, October 22, 2005 10:57 AM
Subject: Tuition Fees for 2006
 
October 22, 2005
Dr. Michael Esselen, President
ADLC-USA/CANADA
Suite 412,  938 Howe Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6Z 1N9
 
Hello Dr. Esselen,

Warmest greetings from a cold and rainy Toronto.
I noted that on Degreeinfo.com that  some student has completed all the requirements for the Doctor of Education degree. This is exciting news for Canadian students of UNISA.
This bolsters the fact distance learning is effective and that UNISA is a bone fide international university for distance learning.
I have also noticed (both on Degreeinfo.com & Education-today.com)  that more and more students are making inquiries about distance learning through UNISA. UNISA is now receiving the recognition that it deserves. Well done Dr. Esselen! Congratulations and continued success.
I am making an early inquiry regarding the tuition fees for 2006. I wish to make full payment via PayPal (or by another method if you desire). However, the administrators at UNISA have not updated the site. Could you kindly advise me when the fee schedule for 2006 will be made available?

Thank you.
warmest regards,
M H

 

----- Original Message -----
From: K O
To: IACI@telus.net
Sent: Friday, October 07, 2005 10:28 AM
Subject: RE: Physiology

 
Thank you very kindly for your prompt and detailed reply. 
I look forward to working very closely with
Unisa over the coming months/years.
 
Most sincerely,
K O
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From: S D
To: 'Dr. Esselen Esselen'
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 4:20 PM
Subject: RE: 2005 registration

 
Dear Dr Esselen,
 
 Thank you so much. Yes, I did receive the letter. I appreciate your concern. In passing,
I’d like to tell you that I am really enjoying my studies, and couldn’t have better
promoters—intellectually stimulating and personally encouraging. I’m telling everyone  
I work with about UNISA.
 
 Very sincerely,
 S D


----- Original Message -----
From: K S
To: "Dr. Esselen Esselen" <iaci@iaci-canada.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 12:20 AM
Subject: Re: 2005 registration


> Dr. Esselen,


> Thank you so much; you truly are a life-saver. One day I will write an
> article on my degree from UNISA and, I promise you, you will get the most
> honorable mention possible:-)


K S

----- Original Message -----
From: A W
To: Michael Esselen
Sent: Friday, July 09, 2004 6:49 PM
Subject: thank you

 
Dear Brother in Christ,
 
Thank you so much for helping me get to the bottom of why I hadn't heard from the University yet. 
I have a question for you.  They are waiting on a set of transcripts from my first seminary. 
Do I need to send those to you to forward or do I send them directly to the University? 
If I am to send them to the University, could you please e-mail me the proper individual
and address to send it to.  Again thank you and I appreciate you being so patient with me. 
You have been more than kind to me and it has made this a better experience for me.


His Servant,
DR.A W
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From:  A G
To: exams@unisa.ac.za
Cc: iaci@iaci-canada.com
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2004 2:46 PM
Subject: Student Number 02862808 :- Thank you

 
Good day,
 
I have recently completed my first set of examinations after a long layoff.
I live in Seattle, Washington, USA and traveled to Vancouver, BC, Canada to sit these exams. 
 The journey by road takes about two hours which includes passing through the
USA / Canada border post. It proved to be a very satisfactory arrangement and I wish to compliment Dr Michael Esselen of IACI (International Academic Correspondence inc.) who invigilated the examinations. Not only was the examination room cozy, quiet, comfortable and well ventilated, but he also offered me tea before I wrote the exam (which was particularly welcome for the morning sessions, as I left Seattle at 5 a.m. to ensure I arrived in Vancouver on time.) As a Unisa licensee he also provides a very useful service.
Thank you for allowing me to continue my studies and I look forward to completing
my current degree studies next year. After that I wish to move on to postgraduate
studies and hope I can continue to use the facilities offered by Unisa and IACI.
 
Regards,
A G
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From: M
To: IACInc@telus.net
Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2004 6:58 PM
Subject: RE: Fw: Examination Timetable

 
Hi Dr. Esselen,
 
Thank you for sending me the new timetable. I cannot thank you enough for all your help,
you have truly been such a blessing, thank you.
At the moment I`m still on medication and looking for a therapist but feeling stronger.
I look forward to writing the exams in better health.
Thanks again. My kindest regards, take care and God bless.
 
M
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From:  B A
To: <iaci@iaci-canada.com>
Cc:
Sent: Sunday, January 11, 2004 11:30 PM

 
> Dear Dr. Esselen,
> You've always been so good at responding on time and professionally.
> I asked you about the Ph.D. program because that is what I am interested in.
> However, I have a friend who is interested in the Bachelor program.   How
> much is the full B.A. program? 
 
Thank you!
B A

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