Enrolment Terms & Conditions
Variation/cancellation of courses
The College reserves the right to make alterations to courses, tutors, fees or venues without prior notice provided such alterations shall not substantially affect the course content or qualification and such alterations shall, at best, only entitle the participant to reimbursement of course fees paid.
The College reserves the right to cancel or reschedule courses at their discretion if in the opinion of the College there are insufficient enrolments or attendees. In such cases the participant shall be offered transfer to an alternative course.
If not appropriate/acceptable a full refund of course fees will be made within fifteen College working days of the cancellation or the student declining the course rescheduling. In such cases the College liability shall be restricted to a reimbursement of any fees paid to the College.
In the event of cancellation of courses or classes for a reason outside the control of the College, the College shall be under no obligation to provide any reimbursement. In the event of any reimbursement being made, it shall be a gratuitous payment made without obligation or liability.
You must be aged 16 or over to enrol on our Cirencester College Adult & Community courses.
If you cannot attend the first session of your course but wish to continue on the programme, you should inform the College immediately by writing to the Student Advice Centre. If you fail to do so we reserve the right to offer your place to an applicant on our waiting list. The College reserves the right to ask a student to leave for reasons of unacceptable behaviour or gross misconduct.
The copyright in all material provided by the Cirencester College shall (unless expressly stated or otherwise) remain vested in the College and may not be reproduced without the College’s specific written consent. The copyright in, and any work produced, by the student as part of the course, shall remain with the College and work may be retained at the discretion of the College for display or promotional activities.
The contents of the course are believed to be correct and to reflect the current state of the knowledge.
Liability and Insurance
The College shall not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by a student in connection with the provision of any course or service except in the case of death, personal injury or loss suffered as a result of the College’s negligence.
The College shall not be liable to the student for any delay in performing, or any failure to perform, any of the College’s obligations, if the delay or failure was due to any cause beyond the College’s reasonable control.
The College does not insure students’ personal belongings and students are responsible for making appropriate provision in respect of insurance arrangements to protect their property and person.
Upon signing the College’s enrolment form the student enters into a legally binding contract with the Cirencester College. You have the right to cancel your enrolment at no cost within seven days of receipt of your application by the College. Such cancellation must be in writing to the email@example.com. In the event of cancellation under this clause, reimbursement of any fees paid will be made in full within fifteen College working days of receipt of the cancellation request by the College.
Access to information
Information about College activities is generally available for public inspection on request. Details of documents available for inspection can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org.
How the College uses your information
While you study with us the College will hold information relevant to your learning as well as physical end emotional support, we will not hold anything that is not for the express aim of supporting you. Part of this requires the college to pass information to other companies, such as for our online shop, as well as Government agencies such as the Department of Education. We will not pass information to anyone other than to help you. In some circumstances we will pass contact information in support of government initiatives, in such cases you will then have an option to opt in to the service. A year after you have left the College we will anonymise the information we hold other than core things such as your name, the programme you studied and the grades you got which we hold for as long as we are legally obliged to.
NOTE: Nothing in these Terms and Conditions of Enrolment affects your statutory rights.