The minimum age for registration with the College, is 18 years. Magna Carta College undertakes to take all reasonable steps to provide educational services in the manner set out in this...
The minimum age for registration with the College, is 18 years. Magna Carta College undertakes to take all reasonable steps to provide educational services in the manner set out in this publication. It does not, however, guarantee the provision of such services. Should circumstances beyond the control of the college interfere with its ability to provide educational services, including, but not limited to, government actions, war, riots, civil commotion, fire flood, epidemic, labour disputes (including labour disputes involving the work force of any third party) and acts of God, the College undertakes to use all reasonable steps to minimize the resultant disruption to those services. However, the College shall not be liable the other for any failure or delay in performing its obligations, if such failure or delay is due to any cause beyond the College’s reasonable control. MCC reserves the right to suspend or dismiss any student, without refund, who behaves in a manner which is deemed to be unsatisfactory. In all such cases, the Home Office and the students’ family will be informed.
Should you become a student with this College, this notice shall constitute a term of contract between you and the College. Any offer of a place made to you by the College is made on the basis that, in accepting such an offer, you hereby agree to the incorporation of this notice as a term of any such contract. The information (including fees) in this publication is accurate at the time of going to press, but amendments may be made from time to time without any notice, both in relation to individual courses and the facilities or services available from, or provided by, the College. A minimum enrolment total of 10 students per batch are required before opening of a class. The College reserves the right to withdraw or change a class, course or programme, if there is significant reduction in attendance.
- Students are required to attend all lectures, tutorials, group work, tests/exams and any additional activity outlined in their programme timetable. Students are expected to maintain an average attendance of 85% and more.
- Magna Carta College reserves the right to take disciplinary action including termination of course (without any refunds); in the case that the students attendance falls below 85%.
- Magna Carta College will inform the UK Border Agency, in the case of international (sponsored) students, where their attendance is below 85% and reserves the right to withdraw the student from the programme.
- All authorised leaves should be sanctioned in writing. In case of illness, the student must inform the College before the lecture starts and provide necessary supporting evidence.
- Where students pay a deposit of 50% of the tuition fee in order for enrolment documentation to be issued and their visa is declined, the College will refund the money less an administration charge of £250. However, Magna Carta College reserves the right to decline a tuition fees refund if the visa rejection is based on the submission of faked/forged documents. In order to refund the money the College requires all the original admission registration letters issued by the College to be returned together with the refusal letter issued by the respective entry clearance officer at British High Commission, Embassy or Consulate. Without documentary originals, no refund, or part refund, will be considered.Refund applications must be submitted to the College within 14 days of the entry clearance refusal and before the course commencement date.
- No refunds will be made once the visa letter/CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies) has been issued by the College.
- Your request for a refund must also be made in writing to the College. Refunds will be paid within six weeks of receipt of the above-mentioned documentation.
- When a refund is made, monies will be transferred only to the bank account from where it has been deposited. The refund request must be made by the student and the person/sponsor who has provided the funds for the course fee.
- Where a student is granted a visa based on Magna Carta’s sponsorship, he/she will not be eligible for a refund, and will be held liable for the balance of the fee. The College, at its discretion, may refund part of the fees paid by the student based on circumstantial evidence provided by the student for failing to join his/her course.
- In cases where students do not require a visa, if a student, having paid in full, decides not to take up a course no less than 4 weeks before the start of a course, he/she may be eligible for a refund of one third of the deposit paid, at the College’s discretion. However, if a student decides to leave after the course has commenced, no refund will be given.
- The College reserves the right to change or amend any refund policies and procedures at its discretion. All refunds are subject to approval of the Dean and CEO (or CFO).
- If the student decides to transfer the course fee for the following intake placement and wishes to reapply for the entry clearance then the College will issue another set of registration letters to the student with no additional charges. This is only applicable for one deferment of registration.
- The College cannot be held responsible for any bank charges imposed during the refund procedure. These will be covered by the recipient.
- Academic Honesty is the student’s responsibility.
- Magna Carta College reserves the right to take appropriate disciplinary action against any academic dishonesty of a student including cheating, plagiarism and deception.
MCC is not liable for any damage sustained by students, or their property, while enrolled at the College.
Complaints about any aspect of MCC should be addressed directly to the Dean or CEO (or CFO).
The College complies with the UK Data Protection Act of 1988. This Act protects the privacy of all data subject’s records. This means that every student has the right to know the purpose for which their details are being processed, and that the College will not pass on a student’s personal information without the student’s express permission.