You have enrolled in an evening course, but you have found that you are too busy to continue and would like to take the course next term instead. Write a letter to you, teacher. In your letter:
Explain the situation and why you cannot continue the course
Say what you would like to do about your studies?
Ask for a device about what you can do about the situation?
Dear Sir or Madam,
I have been pursuing an evening language course in your Trinity College for 3 months; but, now I feel incapable of continuing it due to my hectic schedule, and I would like to continue it in the next term in autumn, and for this, I am seeking your permission.
Let me explain the reason for discontinuing the course. Recently, I have been appointed as a teacher in a school. Though my job is not rounding the clock as I get free at three in the afternoon; however, I have assignments for pupils to check and other administration work. It is my new job so I cannot be irresponsible. Due to the above-mentioned reasons, I find it a hard nut to crack to have spare time for continuing this course now.
To be honest, I would like to continue the rest of the course in the month of autumn as I would be on autumn vacations and at that time I would be able to understand my work responsibilities well. In addition, if it would be difficult to attend in person; then, I would join this course online.
I would like to have your advice to help me out of this situation. I would be highly indebted to you if you could allow me to attend this course in the next intake as it is pertinent for me being a teacher in a school if it is not possible; then, do let me know that when I would be able to get a refund and how much?
Looking forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience.