1 Course payment must be made in advance. On receipt of the application and deposit, a letter confirming enrolment will be issued.
2 A deposit of 30% of the invoice total is required at the time of application, if booking is made 6 weeks or more before arrival. If the booking is made less than 6 weeks before arrival, we require payment in full. The 70% balance must be paid not later than 4 weeks before arrival.
3 Applicants are required to pay a one-off administration fee of £60.00 which is non-refundable in all cases.
4 A student is considered to be fully enrolled when all invoiced fees have been received. Acceptance of an enrolment is made on the understanding that the student will remain for the duration of the course as specified. No fees are refundable in the event of non-arrival, late arrival, periods of absence, leaving early or being dismissed for misconduct before the end of an agreed course period (in special circumstances, the Principal may exercise discretion). Course fees and accommodation expenses are calculated in full calendar weeks, any part of a week is counted as a full week. Any changes to bookings made after arrival will incur a £30 administration fee.
5 Fees should be paid by bank transfer. Account details are as follows with the students full name as a reference:-
Bournemouth City College Ltd
59 Old Christchurch Road
Account No: 92093111
Sort Code: 40-13-07
Swift code: MIDLGB2102T
6 Cancellation should be sent by registered post or courier service, the postmark and/or despatch date thereof being evidence of the date of cancellation. Tuition fees will only be refundable, entirely at the discretion of the Principal, in special circumstances such as entry visa refusal, sickness or family bereavement and applications for such must be accompanied by full documentary evidence.
7 The College reserves the right to refuse or withhold confirmation of an enrolment, furthermore, in the event of unsatisfactory attendance, work or conduct, to dismiss a student from the college and, where appropriate, inform the local Immigration and Nationality Department office.
8 Accommodation. In arranging accommodation, the school acts strictly as the agent for the student and makes payments only in such a capacity.
9 Accommodation is paid from midday to midday. Cancellation, or change, must be notified to the college at least one week in advance and approved before any change is made. Failing this, one additional week’s accommodation is payable in lieu of notice. Accommodation fees continue to be payable for any period of absence.
10 The college, its staff and representatives, will not be liable for any loss, damage, injury or illness to person or property. Should students have specific health issues (e.g diabetes, any form of disability or physical impairment) they should inform the college at the time of enrolment in order that suitable arrangements for their safety and wellbeing can be ensured. Students are strongly advised to take out comprehensive insurance to cover medical, travel and potential course cancellation eventualities prior to their arrival in the United Kingdom. British Health and Safety legislation requires the college to be fully insured in the event of public liability issues on or (where appropriate) off its premises.
11 The College is not liable for loss of tuition due to public disturbance, industrial action or other factors outside its control.
12 Any damage to college property, whether intentional or not, must be paid for in full, except at the discretion of the Principal.
13 The College is closed on all English Public and Bank Holidays and there is no re-imbursement of fees on such occasions.
14 Late applications may be accepted on any course by agreement and at the discretion of the Principal.
15 Certificates and course reports will only be issued on successful completion of the course.
16 British (English) law exclusively shall be applicable to the present contract.