Originally Posted by danielkramer
I would say: The internet access in those telecenters will be free to students who enrolled and were chosen for the vitual courses.
I have replaced "that" by "who" because "who" refers to the students and students are people. "That" refers to things.
I don't see why you have to use the Present Perfect here. To my mind, you first enrolled and then you get chosen so this happens in a chronological order and then you can use the Simple Past for both events. If those students get chosen first then you say ... to students who enrolled and had been chosen for the virtual courses.
Student or Learner