Zimba wrote: ↑
Wed Jan 29, 2020 2:30 am
You are overthinking this. It does not matter what you did outside the UK in each period. Each period of absence simply should be approved by your employer. There is no need for them to explain what you did
I think I perhaps omitted some important information- apologies.
I am doing this because the dates I was out of the UK is far more than the 30 days annual leave that I am entitled to. That is why I want to explain that parts of my absences have been for research/conferences/etc, and not for annual leave.
Here is the complete view of my absences:
24/07/2015 to 24/08/2015 30 Annual leave/ Research visit from 24/07/2015 to 02/08/2015
11/03/2016 to 14/04/2016 34 Annual leave/ Research visit for 12 days
09/10/2016 to 13/10/2016 4 Conference
09/11/2016 to 28/11/2016 18 Project meetings (8 days)/ Annual leave
23/12/2016 to 11/01/2017 18 Annual leave/ Research visit for 7 days
23/05/2017 to 30/05/2017 6 Workshop
02/09/2017 to 26/09/2017 23 Annual leave/ Research visit for 8 days
17/03/2018 to 11/04/2018 23 Annual leave/ Research visit for 8 days
30/08/2018 to 18/09/2018 18 Annual leave/ Research visit for 7 days
24/07/2019 to 22/08/2019 28 Research visit
So the question is the same: How can the university show this in the employer letter? Does something like the above work?
Thanks in advance.