ESOS Schedule of Fees by Course/Study Periods from Student Centre

ESOS Schedule of Fees by Course/Study Periods from Student Centre 

The new ESOS Schedule of Fees by Course/Study Periods report can be generated from Student Centre from now onwards. Earlier this report use to work only from the Prospect Marketing Centre for pending proposals but now this report can also be generated for enrolments because since we have released the ESOS Schedule of Fees by Course/Study Periods report for pending proposals, we have received many client requests about a similar report for approved proposals which do not have any invoice template linked to them, hence this report has been created. This report is present in-

TEAMS > Student > Student Centre > Reports > ESOS Schedule of Fees by Course/Study Periods report

Following parameters are present in the report parameter screen:-

Parameter 1

By using this parameter, a user can opt to group all invoices in one study period which means that for every invoice, 1 will be displayed OR the NO option can be selected by using which a different study period will be assigned to each invoice in sequential order i.e. Invoice 1 – Study Period 1, Invoice 2 – Study Period 2, Invoice 3 – Study Period 3 and so on.

Parameter 2

By using this parameter, a user can let the system know that how it should calculate the Study Period Weeks as this report will be generated for those students for which invoice template was not used earlier. If a user selects the radio button for Total Weeks between Invoice Dates option, then the following parameters will appear, that according to which dates should the system calculate the Study Period Weeks. User can either opt for Invoice Due Date OR Invoice Date.

If a user selects Invoice Due Date then it means that the system will calculate the number of weeks between First Invoice Due Date and Second Invoice Due Date and those weeks will get displayed in the Study Period Weeks column for first invoice and similarly, the system will calculate the number of weeks between Second Invoice Due Date to the Third Invoice Due Date and those weeks will get displayed in the Study Period Weeks column for the second invoice and so on. For calculating the no. of weeks for the last invoice, the difference between the Invoice Due Date for the last invoice and Enrolment End Date is displayed.

Similarly, if a user selects the Invoice Date radio button then it means that the system will calculate the number of weeks between First Invoice Date and Second Invoice Date and those weeks will get displayed in the Study Period Weeks column for first invoice and similarly, the system will calculate the number of weeks between Second Invoice Date and Third Invoice Date and those weeks will get displayed in the Study Period Weeks column for second invoice and so on. For calculating the no. of weeks for the last invoice, the difference between the Invoice Date for the last invoice and Enrolment End Date is displayed.

Parameter 3

If a user does not want the system to calculate the Study Period Weeks by using Invoice Dates or Invoice Due Dates then a text based number can also be added by selecting the second option and the report will print this number as the Study Period Weeks for every invoice. For Ex:- If a user enters 20, then the report will display the data.

Once a user has selected all the other parameters then report template can be selected and a specific enrolment or multiple enrolments can be selected for which this report has to be generated.

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