àËÅöÊÓÆµ - Student terms and conditions
The Student Terms and Conditions contain references to documents that set out our regulations and policies. You should read and understand these in advance of agreeing to the Terms and Conditions, as this is the point at which you enter into a formal Contract with us.
In formalising our relationship in this way, the University is following advice published by the Competition and Markets Authority (2015) to help ensure that the relationship between you and us is balanced and clear, and encompasses respective rights and obligations.
As we are bound by English law, the language in parts of the Terms and Conditions may appear rather formal.
You agree to be bound by Terms and Conditions when you first register with the àËÅöÊÓÆµ for your programme of study, and annually thereafter, when completing continuing registration. For students on distance and flexible learning programmes
Terms and Conditions for the current academic year
Current student Terms and Conditions documents
For distance and flexible learning programmes through the àËÅöÊÓÆµ Worldwide:
- Download Terms and Conditions 2024-2025 [PDF] for effective dates of registrations between 1 August 2024 and 31 July 2025
- Download Terms and Conditions 2023-2024 [PDF] for effective dates of registrations between 1 August 2023 and 31 July 2024
Terms and Conditions from previous academic years
- Terms and Conditions 2022-2023 [PDF]
- Terms and Conditions 2021-2022 [PDF]
- Terms and Conditions 2020-2021 [PDF]
- Terms and Conditions 2019-2020 [PDF]
For students at the School of Advanced Study
Further helpful information for students can be found on the SAS website including , how to apply, fees and funding, refunds and compensation policy, and entry requirements.
For students at the àËÅöÊÓÆµ Institute in Paris
The University has a close partnership with Queen Mary àËÅöÊÓÆµ whereby its students at the àËÅöÊÓÆµ Institute in Paris are registered through the Federation Member. All programme-related are governed by Queen Mary as the registering institution and the Institute follows Queen Mary student protection processes.
Key terms for you to note
Below we have outlined some key aspects of the agreement between us that we would like to bring to your attention. The points below are all covered within the Terms and Conditions.
Requirement to pay a Registration Fee - this is the fee you pay to register with us for your first academic year. For some programmes, this may be included in a module/course fee as indicated on our website. To progress in your studies, payment of continuing registration fees may be required in subsequent years.
Some fees are non-refundable - where this is the case, it is clearly indicated on our website. Examples include the application fee, and fees charged to consider recognition of prior learning.
Examination centre fees - there is a separate fee payable to sit an examination at your nominated centre. These charges are set by external examination centres and are payable directly to them. Such fees are not included in our costs set out on the website.
àËÅöÊÓÆµ examination centres - there is a set charge for sitting at àËÅöÊÓÆµ examination centres. If you elect a àËÅöÊÓÆµ examination centre, the associated fee is added to the examination entry fee and is directly payable to us. See Examination centres for current fees payable.
Fees for additional tuition and support through external providers - separate fees are payable where you are required or choose to study with external organisations.
Academic integrity - if you are found to have submitted work that is not your own, serious consequences may result, including exclusion from future assessments for awards of the University.
Non-payment of fees to the University - where you owe us money for programme fees, this may have serious consequences, including affecting your progress in your studies.
Evidence of qualifications, references and other documentation - your qualification transcripts and certificates need to be submitted as part of your application. We may also require additional documentation for some programmes.