All students must pay a their tuition fees with their application. In addition to this, students just pay a £60.00 non-refundable Accommodation Arrangement Fee if accommodation is required.
If a student is a Visa National and fails to get a visa, the College will agree to refund the £1000.00 deposit and tuition fees, less an administration fee of £150.00. The student must apply for the refund in writing, returning the original Offer Letter and a copy of the Rejection Letter from the UKBA by 1st June of the same academic year.
The College reserves the right to keep £1000 if there is any suspicion that the visa application was not genuine or if a withdrawal is requested by the UK Border Agency.
In other cases, refunds are only granted under exceptional circumstances as defined by the College.
Tuition fees for all courses will only be refunded under exceptional circumstances as defined by the College, once a course has started. The College will try to offer an alternative course if available.
Late arrival onto courses can sometimes be arranged on request. However, pro-rata fees are not available for missed tuition weeks.
The College is unable to offer refunds for the Social Programme once it has been booked and paid for.
If a student has been introduced to the College via an agent, the College will inform the agent if the student withdraws from the course and requests a refund. If a student has applied to the College via an agent any request for a refund must be made through the agent. This may incur a fee.
Should the College be unable to accept a student on to the course of their choice, either because, they have not met the course entry requirements or the College has cancelled the course, the College will offer a full refund of the money paid.
If a student is asked to leave the College before completing their course due to unacceptable behaviour as defined by the College, no refund will be given.