Terms and Conditions

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US University of Technology, Science and Arts follows a strict Admission Policy. Each student has to accept the terms and conditions of the Policy at the time of admission at US University of Technology, Science and Arts
Terms and Conditions
  1. US University of Technology, Science and Arts only accepts students who are at least 18 years old prior to the commencement of their programme. Any student who does not meet this requirement should not be accepted. There are no exceptions.
  1. The Institution requires students to attend at least 50% of the lectures and classes and to submit all written work and attend all tests and examinations.
  1. Students’ at US University of Technology, Science and Arts will only be allowed to re-sit examinations or repeat any part of their course up to two times per individual examination or module except the final exam only one trial unless there is an approval on a submitted written request with accepted reason.
  1. All courses at US University of Technology, Science and Arts will lead to an ‘approved qualification’.
  1. If it is discovered by the authority of the Institution that a student has supplied false information or documents to support his/her application to get admitted into the institution, his/her admission will be terminated from the Institution.
  1. Enrolment for a course, together with the payment of the required deposit, creates a binding agreement to follow the course and to pay the full fee. All fees must be settled prior to the commencement of the course. If instalments option is chosen, the fees must be settled as per the agreed instalments.
  1. Students’ attention is drawn to the English Language skills requirement, satisfaction of which is a fundamental condition to the admission to the Institution.
  1. In the event of cancellation, for whatever reason, the following conditions will apply:
  1. Cancellations must be made in writing and will only be considered to have been made on the date on which they are received by the Admissions.
  2. For cancellations which are received before two weeks of the course commencement date, a non-refundable enrolment fees – depend on the course – will be deducted and any balance held will be refunded.
  1. Where cancellations are received after two weeks of the course commencement date, for whatever reason, no refund will be given. In the event that the cancellation is received within two weeks of the course commencement date, the refund will be at the discretion of the Institution.
  1. All the students have to pay the registration and examination fees for the awarding body depending upon the terms and conditions of admission. If any student fails to pay the examination fee in time, s/he will not be allowed to undergo the final examination.
  1. The tuition fees should not be paid to anyone else but to the Institution. Students are reminded not to deposit tuition fees with third parties or send money to the Institution by post. Some of the Institutions’ approved overseas representatives will accept bank drafts, made payable to the Institution only. Students are encouraged not to pay any or all of their tuition fees to overseas representatives; if any deposit is paid a receipt must be obtained from the Institution immediately, signed by an authorised person and stamped. The Institution advises the students to email or inform the Institution whenever they make payments to the overseas agents/consultants. If the students have any doubts, they should contact the Institution over phone, fax or email.
  1. An offer of a course place is for a specific intake. Any fees paid will be carried forward to the next available intake only if the reason for seeking such a transfer is that the student was unable to register in time for the expected intake because of any legitimate grounds which can be supported by documents.
  1. Programme details are correct at the time of going to press but are subject to alteration.
  1. Where students change their course of study during the term, no refund will be given for the revised course if it involves fewer subjects. Additional fees will be payable for the revised course if it involves an increased number of subjects to that for which original enrolment was accepted.
  1. The Institution reserves the right to cancel a program with four weeks notice prior to the commencement date for the course whereupon any fee paid will be refunded in full.
  1. The Institution reserves the right to withdraw a course up to four weeks after the published commencement date where it considers that it is not viable, whereupon an alternative subject will be offered on a pro-rata refund of the course fee given.
  1. Students will be allowed to enrol on a course of study as late-entrants within two weeks of the commencement of the course in the exceptional circumstances with supporting evidence (subject to immigration department regulations). After two weeks of the commencement of the course, no student will be allowed to join as late-entrant.
  1. For courses leading to qualifications awarded by External Awarding Bodies, students must satisfy and be agreed to be bound by the Regulations of the respective Awarding Body prior to enrolment, and any subsequent amendments made thereto from time to time.
  1. Students wishing to gain exemptions should liaise with the respective course providers. Students are not entitled to a refund of fees pertinent to the part of the programme they have been exempted for.
  1. Students must be prepared to supply original copies of the qualifications listed in the Application Form (Educational and Other Relevant Qualifications). A student’s application may be invalidated if he/she cannot supply original copies.
  1. Copies of the Educations Certificates must be certified by US University of Technology, Science and Arts – Transcripts are printed on a secure paper.
  1. The Institution may contact the overseas Awarding Bodies in cases of doubts as to the authenticity of overseas certificates.
  1. The Institution reserves the right to require a student to leave a course at any stage if the student does not fulfil the above requirements, if a student’s continual presence would, in the opinion of the Institution, be detrimental to the well-being of staff, other students or the Institution generally or if a student does not meet his or her financial obligations. Any fee refunded to an excluded student is wholly at the discretion of the Institution.
  1. The Institution wholeheartedly embraces the concept of Equal Opportunity, and makes every effort to promote it in and out of its premises. The applications of students from diverse backgrounds are treated equally and fairly. It is imperative that applicants disclose any special needs clearly in their application so that the Admissions Office can examine how far the Institution is physically able to provide the necessary support.
  1. The contractual relationship between a student and the Institution shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the US University of Technology, Science and Arts Policy and laws of their country.