This site sets out the terms and conditions between Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design – London (The College) and students on our programmes. It contains important information and you should read these terms and conditions carefully before accepting your offer to ensure that you understand the contents, as these terms and conditions, together with other policies and procedures of the College, will become binding on you and us when a contract is formed between us.
These terms and conditions govern the relationship between you and the College. By accepting the College’s offer of a place on a Programme of study, you accept these terms and conditions in full, which, along with your offer and the College’s rules, regulations, policies, and procedures, form the contract between you and us.
These terms and conditions will become binding on you and us when you accept the College’s offer of a place by accepting the offer, confirming your details, and paying the Deposit or full fees depending on the course requirements, and any conditions set out in your offer have been met to our satisfaction. At this point, a legal contract is formed between you and the College on the basis of the terms and conditions set out in your offer letter, the terms, and conditions set out in this document, and the terms and conditions set out in the policies and regulations listed in the Student Handbook and on our website (available here).
You will not be able to start your studies at the College until we have received by an agreed deadline:
your non-refundable deposit payment
the required 1st instalment of your course fees and/or full fees depending on the course
presentation, in person, of your passport and valid visa documentation where required
The College reserves the right to require you to withdraw from a programme at any time should you fail to pay any part of your fees
Tuition & Travel Fees
Tuition Fees cover all lectures, seminars, teaching activities, and practical sessions. The cost of housing, meals, and all other personal expenses are your responsibility. Tuition fees are reviewed annually; however, fees will not be amended from those advertised after your offer of a place has been confirmed.
Other Fees & Costs: you will be expected to cover the costs of your accommodation, transport to and from the campus, as well as meals throughout the time of your studies with us. We recommend a minimum of £ 1,300.00 - £1,400.00 per month.
Optional New York Trip: If you are enrolled on our BA programme or one of our MAs, we offer the opportunity to join an optional 4-day long College trip to New York City, usually during the Spring term; the cost of the trip will be communicated to eligible students in the first term - we estimate that this will cost in the region of £1,200.00 - £1,500.00, which will cover flights, transfers in the USA, accommodation and any museum or exhibition entry fees that are part of the itinerary.
Please note that foreign visits may require separate visas. It is the individual student’s responsibility to ascertain whether a visa is necessary and to make sure the correct visa is obtained well in advance of study trips. Programme Coordinators can provide supporting letters if necessary.
Adobe Creative Suite: You will be required to have an ACS student license, currently £19.00 per month.
Optional Graduate Exhibition: Every student successfully completing our VOGUE Fashion Foundation, Diploma, BA, or Master's will have an opportunity to showcase their work to the external world during the annual Graduate Exhibition in a bid to gain better professional exposure and opportunities. Exhibiting students in the past have produced work and displays of professional quality, from Marketing Strategies through to the whole business concepts with samples of their products; as such, the costs involved are very individual and will vary from student to student. Most students should expect this to cost between £300.00 - £1000.00, although this figure could be lower or higher based on the type of project.
Payment Methods for Course Fees
Payment will only be accepted via our approved payment provider Flywire. Further details about the methods of payment are included in the Payment section of this document.
Should you fail to pay any part of your fees after receipt of a final notice from us, the College reserves the right to withdraw our offer.
Cancellation & Withdrawal
Cancellation Rights: Your right to cancel a place on a course
As a consumer, you have the right to cancel your order/place on a course with us for any reason during a 14-day cancellation period (the “Cancellation Period”). This right will expire after the Cancellation Period, and no refund will be due after this expiry date
To cancel your order, you must clearly inform us in writing of your decision to cancel before the Cancellation Period has expired. You may do this by sending an email to email@example.com, stating your name, course, and applicant/student ID.
The deposit is non-refundable in all circumstances, outside of the 14-day cancellation period.
All MA programmes | BA (Hons) Fashion Communication & Industry Practice | VOGUE Fashion Foundation Programme | VOGUE Diploma in Fashion Communication | VOGUE Certificates | VOGUE Summer School Courses
Full Fee Payers:
If you wish to withdraw your paid booking for one of these courses, the Cancellation Period ends 14 days after the day on which the contract is entered - the day you accepted your offer of a place and paid your non-refundable deposit.
For cancellations affected during the Cancellation Period, you will be entitled to a full refund of any fees paid to us.
If you request to withdraw or cancel your enrolment after the Cancellation Period has ended, but before a term has started, you will not receive any fee refund for the upcoming term. A pro-rata refund of the subsequent terms will be granted.
Similarly, if you request to withdraw or cancel your enrolment after the Cancellation Period has ended, but part way through the course, you will not be entitled to any full or pro-rata refund amount of any tuition fees paid for that current term. A pro-rata refund of the subsequent terms will be granted.
The deposit is non-refundable in all circumstances once the Cancellation Period has expired.
Instalment Fee Payers:
If you wish to withdraw your paid booking for one of these courses, the Cancellation Period ends 14 days after the day on which the contract is entered - the day you accepted your offer of a place and paid your non-refundable deposit.
A termly recurring Cancellation Period ends 14 days after the day on which the termly instalment is paid to us.
For cancellations made during a recurring Cancellation Period, you will be entitled to a full refund of any fees paid to us relating solely to that term, excluding the non-refundable deposit, and will not apply to any previous instalment amounts where the related Cancellation Period has already expired.
Any request to withdraw/cancel after each Cancellation Period expires will not entitle you to any refund of fees paid up to that point in time.
Withdrawal requests made part-way through the course will not entitle you to any full or pro-rata refund amount of any tuition fees paid
The deposit is non-refundable in all circumstances once the initial Cancellation Period has expired.
VOGUE Teen Festival | 5 Days of…. | Online Courses | Big Beauty Festival (Short & Online Courses):
If you wish to withdraw your paid booking for one of these courses, the Cancellation Period ends 14 days after the day on which the contract is entered - the day you made your booking and paid the relevant course fee.
For cancellations made during the Cancellation Period, you will be entitled to a full refund of any fees paid to us.
Any request to withdraw/cancel after the Cancellation Period expires will not entitle you to any refund of fees paid.
Withdrawal requests made part-way through the course will not entitle you to any full or pro-rata refund amount of any fees paid
Effects of Cancellation for Short & Online Courses only
Where you have cancelled an order for one of our courses or digital content within the cancellation period we will reimburse you as soon as we can, and in any event no later than 14 calendar days after the date on which you inform us of your decision to cancel or withdraw..
We will reimburse you using the same means of payment you used for the initial transaction. We will not charge you any fees for reimbursement.
If you cancel an order you must immediately delete any and all digital content relating to the cancelled course which we have supplied to you (including any pre-reading and/or course material).
Should any prospective international student's Student Visa application be refused for any reason outside of your control, the College will refund the fees paid (less the non-refundable deposit if outside of the Cancellation Period) only if all compliance checks have been satisfactorily completed. These compliance checks are communicated to all prospective international students as part of their CAS application process.
When You Lose Your Right to Cancel for Short & Online Courses Only
You will lose your right to cancel your order with us in the following circumstances:
if you have opened the packaging of sealed audio, video or computer software.
If you ask us to start providing services or to supply digital content to you before the end of the Cancellation Period (e.g. booking and starting one of our courses, and paying the course fee less than 14 days before the start of the course as a late starter), the following will apply:
you will lose your right to cancel your order and receive a refund, and must pay for the services in full if we complete the services during the cancellation period;
if during the Cancellation Period, we have only partly completed the services you may cancel your order by notifying us that you wish to do so. However, we may charge you for any services we have provided in part up to that point. The amount charged will be calculated in proportion to the overall price of the contract; and
in the case of digital content, once you have started to download or stream any digital content, you will lose your right to cancel your order and must pay for the digital content in full.
Cancellation Information for All Courses
Non-attendance due to illness, or for personal or professional reasons, does not entitle any student or prospective student to a refund or deferral/transfer. We will consider such requests on a case-by-case basis at our discretion.
The deposit is non-refundable in all circumstances beyond the Cancellation period (standard or recurring).
Refunds can take up to 28 days to be returned to the payer; refunds will be returned using the same payment method the original payment was made.
Cancellation of Programme by the College
If the College cancels your programme, we will notify you in writing as far in advance as possible and refund your deposit and any programme and travel fees that you have paid. Other than refunding your fees, the College will accept no liability for expenses or losses you or any third party may incur because of a programme’s cancellation.
If you are asked to leave the programme as a result of failing academic work, disciplinary issues, non-payment of fees or non-attendance, as outlined in our policies and in the student handbook, the College will not refund any fees to you.
Withdrawal Due to Visa Issues – Non-UK Students
You are responsible for ensuring that you have the appropriate visa to enable you to study in the UK, and the rejection of a visa application by UK Visas and Immigration does not affect the application of these terms and conditions. The College recommends that all applicants check with the British Embassy or British High Commission regarding their visa requirements before applying. If you are unable to obtain a visa and have supporting documentary evidence to show this, you can apply in writing to the Admissions TeamCommittee at firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for a refund of programme fees already paid (minus the deposit); you will not be entitled to any full or pro-rata refund amount of any tuition fees paid for that upcoming first term. A pro-rata refund of the subsequent terms will be considered,.as per the section entitled “Withdrawal by you other than during the cooling off period”, unless:
You applied for a visa that does not make you eligible to study in the UK on a course of study that leads to a qualification at level 7 of the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) for a duration of nine months for the Postgraduate Diploma or twelve months for the MA.
The visa was refused due to fraudulent, misleading or omitted information, documents or activity on your part or if you provided incorrect information.
Deferral of Enrolment
Deferred entry is normally only allowed in exceptional circumstances and is not permitted for students on the VOGUE Summer School Courses, 5 Days of… courses, online courses, or VOGUE Teen Festival.
For all other courses, If you wish to defer your offer to study to the next academic year you must first accept the offer of a place in the intake you applied for by completing a non-refundable deposit payment. Failure to do this will mean that your place is not booked and you will need to re-apply for the next intake if you wish to join us in that academic year.
Following receipt of the Deposit payment, a deferral request can be submitted to email@example.com with your name, applicant ID, course you applied to, and the reason for deferral.
The Deposit will be held and deducted from programme fees in the following intake only. Deferral may only be granted once. Deferral of a place over more than one academic year is not permitted – if you are unable to take up the place in the following intake to that which you applied, the College will retain the Deposit, and you will need to submit a new application should you wish to be considered for entry.
Please note that you will have to pay any increase in tuition fees for the year in which you will join the programme. Any conditions listed in your offer must have been met before the deferral takes place.
Transfers Between Programmes
Because of UK visa regulations, students on a Student Visa who wish to transfer to another programme at the London campus may request this only before they have initiated their visa application. After this, they will be unable to switch programmes.
Other students who wish to transfer to another programme at the London campus may request this up to the end of the second week of the programme for consideration by the Admissions and Academic teams
Offer-holders interested in transferring between programmes should contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance to discuss their options. No transfer will be final without the agreement of the Programme Directors of each programme.
The College aims to ensure that the student learning experience, as described on the website and student handbooks, is delivered and maintained at all times. In some circumstances, the College may have to vary the method of delivery of your programme, and in some cases, the syllabus may be altered or updated. In the unlikely event that the College discontinues your programme or changes it significantly, whether before you start your programme or once you have begun, we will tell you at the earliest possible opportunity. If this happens before you start your course, you may wish to withdraw your application; if you do so, the College will provide you with support and guidance in finding an alternative programme either at the College or at another UK university.
Events Outside of Our Control
We shall not be liable to you for events outside our control which we could not have foreseen or prevented, even if we had taken reasonable care. Such events include but are not limited to
severe weather, fire, flood, storm, tempest, explosion, earthquake, subsidence, or other natural disaster;
civil commotion, riot, invasion;
an actual, suspected or threatened act of terrorism;
war (whether declared or not) or threat or preparation for war;
pandemic, epidemic or local health emergency necessitating measures to reduce the risk of illness
restrictions imposed by government or public authorities;
failure of public utilities or transport systems;
failure of public or private telecommunications networks.
Should any such circumstances arise, we reserve the right to change or cancel parts, or all, of the programme. We will take reasonable and proportionate steps to mitigate any adverse impact on you.
Subject always to the previous paragraph, the College will make all reasonable efforts to deliver your programme as described on the College’s website. There may be occasions where due to unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances it becomes necessary to make significant changes to a programme or to withdraw it or part of it, e.g. a particular unit/elective. Such action could become necessary if, for example, the following were to occur:to reflect changes in the law and/or regulatory and/or professional and/or statutory body requirements and sector regulation;
as required by law, government policy, regulatory requirements or guidance and/or a decision of a competent court or similar body;
to comply with any requirement set by the Home Office, Office for Students and/or any other funding or regulatory body;
changes have to be made to reflect changes in standards set by relevant regulators and/or in keeping with best practice or developments related to the particular discipline/subject area;
to deal with unavoidable changes in our academic and support staff;
to reflect material developments in academic teaching, research and /or professional standards or requirements to ensure our course/programme content is up to date and relevant;
student feedback, External Examiners’ feedback or Programme Review clearly indicates that immediate changes be made to a course or unit;
an unanticipated external event or issue with the buildings results in disruption to delivery;
unexpected low recruitment to a programme/course or unit/elective means it is simply no longer viable or practical to run it;
withdrawal of relevant accreditation.
In the event that the College has to make such material changes to a programme, as described above, it will make students aware of these changes as early as possible and highlight if the College’s Refund Policy applies. You can find this policy here.
Online Programme Delivery
Where programmes, or parts of programmes, are made available to you through the Internet, you acknowledge that you have access to the relevant IT equipment, internet speed and capacity to participate in the delivery of the programmes. Additionally, given the nature of the internet, the College cannot guarantee that access to the Programme will be uninterrupted or error-free. You also acknowledge and accept that the College cannot guarantee that materials and other information downloadable or printable from the Programme can be downloaded or printed within any specified time period.
In the event that face-to-face teaching needs to be modified, reduced, or cancelled, due to health and safety concerns and government or other regulatory guidance and/or requirements, the College reserves the right to prioritise the continuity of teaching using remote online methods, with the aim of both ensuring that student learning outcomes continue to be met and the facilitation of timely completion of degree programmes. If this takes place, the College shall not be liable to students for refunds or compensation where it has delivered its obligations to students in alternative ways in such circumstances.
Students with Disabilities
Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design - London is a UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) approved sponsor of International Students. As such, the College is obliged to operate within the requirements of the relevant Immigration legislation and formal regulations for Sponsors. These include:
ensuring that a record of passport and visa documentation is held for each international student;
ensuring that contact details are maintained and up to date for every student;
ensuring that students are meeting the attendance criteria for their Programme of study, and
reporting any non-compliance to the UKVI within their mandatory timescales.
If you are an international student who requires formal student visa entry clearance from the UK authorities to enter or remain in the UK for the purpose of undertaking study, there are obligations you must meet as a student at this College, described in the following sections.
When You Arrive at the College to Start Your Programme of Study:
You will be invited to attend a face-to-face enrolment session which you must attend bringing with you your passport and your visa documentation for inspection. Only original documents will be accepted. The College is required to take and retain a copy of those documents for its records.
You will not be able to fully enrol on your Programme of study until you have satisfied this requirement.
If you do not have your full documentation you must still attend the face-to-face session and provide evidence of your progress with the visa process.
Failure to produce the required documentation within 4 weeks after the Programme start date may lead to the cancellation of your place at the College and your non-compliance being reported to the UKVI.
During Your Programme of Study:
You must enrol at the start of the academic year and make suitable arrangements to pay any fees due, in accordance with the Tuition Fee payment schedule.
You must inform the College of any changes to your personal and/or academic circumstances which might have an impact on your visa status, including any part-time employment during term time.
You are responsible for ensuring that your visa remains valid from the commencement of and for the duration of your Programme and that you apply for any necessary extension/renewal in good time.
You will be expected to meet all the attendance and submission dates relevant to your Programme of study.
Failure to comply with these requirements may lead to your suspension from the College and ultimately the cancellation of your place on a Programme at the College with your non-compliance being reported to the UKVI.
EU (except Irish citizens), non-EU, EEA nationals and Swiss citizens arriving in the UK will need to apply for a student visa prior to coming to the UK to study unless they have previously attained ‘Settled Status’ or ‘Pre-Settled Status’ in the UK under the British government’s former EU Settlement Scheme. If this is the case, proof of settled status will be required to complete enrolment.
Note: It is essential that you keep our offer letter and the letter acknowledging receipt of the fee as these are useful for official purposes. If you don’t have indefinite leave to remain in the UK or British citizenship, these documents may be required for your UK visa application.
Non-UK students are required to have adequate health, accident, disability, and hospitalisation insurance to cover themselves during their time at the College. Students recognise and accept that no part of the course fee goes toward payment of such insurance and that the College has no obligation to provide such insurance.
Age requirements for our courses are based on Academic Age; this is an applicant’s/student’s age on the 31st of August preceding the start of each academic year. An academic year runs from 1st September -31st August annually. For the duration of the academic year, a student is considered to be their academic age for admissions purposes, regardless of when their birthday falls within that academic year.
For all MA courses, BA (Hons) Fashion Communication & Industry Practice, VOGUE Foundation Programme, VOGUE Diploma, VOGUE Certificates, VOGUE Summer School, and 5 Days of Short Courses students must be aged at least 18 years old on 1st September at the start of the academic year in which they intend to join their chosen course. By submitting your application, you agree that you will be aged 18 or over on this date. If this proves to be incorrect, we may terminate our agreement with you, and you will not be entitled to a refund.
For Online Courses, students must be aged at least 16 years old on 1st September at the start of the academic year in which they intend to join their chosen course. By submitting your application, you agree that you will be aged 16 or over on this date. If this proves to be incorrect, we may terminate our agreement with you, and you will not be entitled to a refund.
For the VOGUE Teen Weekend/Festival students must be aged at least 15 years old but no older than 17 on 1st September at the start of the academic year in which they intend to join. By submitting your application, you agree that you will be aged 15-17 on this date. All attendees must provide a formal, recognised form of photographic ID (Preferably a passport – please get in touch beforehand if you have any queries about which identification will be accepted) on arrival at the college on day one. If your date of birth cannot be verified, you will not be able to participate in the course until you can produce sufficient ID. If you prove to be younger than 15 or older than 17 on 1st September at the beginning of the academic year of entry, we may terminate our agreement with you, and you will not be entitled to a refund.
Students are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and to recognise that other students also require support and assistance.
If a student becomes persistently disruptive, we reserve the right to issue a verbal or written warning and, if this does not resolve the situation, the College’s formal non-academic misconduct procedures will be invoked, which may result in the student being withdrawn from the course. In such circumstances, no refund of any course fees will be due.
By enrolling in any course offered by the College, students agree to comply fully with the disciplinary rules of the College. In addition to compliance with the disciplinary rules of the College, we require that students maintain a good attendance record, rigorous respect for the schedule of lessons, and a responsible attitude towards the College staff and facilities. Failure to adhere fully to these rules may result in disciplinary measures being taken against the offending student.
Students understand that should they have legal or medical problems while they are enrolled at the College, they will attend to the matter personally and with their own funds. They accept that the College will not provide any personal or financial assistance.
A student’s place will be subject to the student meeting any offer conditions that the College shall notify to the student in writing such as obtaining particular qualifications and/or satisfying all necessary legal and other requirements to study in the United Kingdom on the chosen course (for example in relation to health checks and immigration clearance).
Payment of tuition fees must be made via our approved payment provider Flywire.
On your first visit to the Flywire site, you will be asked to create an account which can be used to make all subsequent payments to the College. Depending on where you are making your payment from, you will be presented with a variety of ways to pay, which will usually be expressed in terms of your local currency. In most cases, this will include the option to make a domestic bank transfer or pay by credit/debit card.
You must ensure that you complete the student information details in full, including your student ID, course name and email address in order for us to be able to identify your payment.
In order to confirm and secure a place on this course, students will be asked to pay a deposit in the amount of £3,000 at the point of receiving an offer from us.
UK students can pay the tuition fee in instalments throughout the year.
International students will be asked to pay their first instalment of the course fee before they start at the College and prior to the issue of a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).
Deposit (Part of the Tuition Fees)
*Please note International Students requiring Student Visa will be asked to complete their first instalment payment as soon as possible from March 2024, when the CAS issuing season starts.
As a statement of general principle Condé Nast College - London recognises the student is the owner of any intellectual property rights they produce while a registered student of the College. This principle may be subject to variation in the case of collaborative or externally sponsored work, or other exceptional circumstances.
All materials provided by the College in relation to the Programme (and any intellectual property rights in the same) are and remain the property of the College or, in case of materials belonging to third parties, of the relevant third party. The College will obtain the necessary allowances and licences for materials used that are not the property of the College. Materials include all documentation or information provided by the College in relation to the Programme, including but not limited to information provided on the College’s website, the College brochure, offer letters, course syllabi, and reading materials.
Any use of any such materials and documentation other than in respect of the Programme requires the prior written (including by email) approval of the College. Students must not use any such materials provided by the College for any other purposes than the ones set out in these terms and conditions. Use of the College’s brand, name and/or logo for any reason other than in connection with the student’s participation in the Programme is not permitted without the prior written agreement of the College.
We aim to offer the highest levels of service during the admissions process and beyond. However, should you have a complaint regarding your College experience, you should follow the steps set out in the Student Complaints Procedure. This procedure sets out the College’s informal and formal processes for considering complaints and summarises your right to raise a complaint with the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education if your complaint is eligible under its rules, and once all internal procedures have been concluded. Should you have a complaint about any aspect of the admissions process, or would like to appeal an admissions decision, please follow a separate procedure for applicants, which is outlined in the Admissions Appeals and Complaints Policy and Procedure. Both procedures are available here.
Assumption of Risk
The views expressed and information provided by programme providers and staff of the College and all programme materials provided to you during your programme is intended solely for the purpose of providing you with the services in connection with the programme. They are not intended as advice to be relied on in other contexts, for example in connection with a business that you are running or are intending to run. The College does not accept any liability if you do rely on such views, information, or materials for purposes other than the programme.
You understand and agree that programme activities may involve known and unknown risks to the Student and Student’s property and that the College cannot guarantee the safety of the Student or Student’s property. Any activities that Student may undertake in connection with the Programme will be considered to have been undertaken with Student’s approval and understanding of any and all risks involved, to the Student and the Student’s property, which risks are willingly assumed by Student.
Limitation of Liability
Nothing in these terms and conditions will limit or exclude the liability of the College for death or personal injury arising from our own negligence, or for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation. Otherwise, our liability to you with respect to the provision of a Programme; the cancellation, postponement, or amendment of a programme; any negligence; any breach of these terms and conditions; any matters arising out of or in connection with the provision of accommodation to you; or any matters arising in any other way out of the subject-matter of these terms and conditions is limited to the total amount of Fees received from or on behalf of you in respect of the Programme.
Further, our liability to you with respect to the provision of a Programme; the cancellation, postponement, or amendment of a Programme; any negligence; any breach of these terms and conditions; any matters arising out of or in connection with the provision of accommodation to you; or any matters arising in any other way out of the subject-matter of these terms and conditions will not extend to (i) any indirect losses or damages, or to any loss of profits, whether direct or indirect, even if we have been advised of the possibility of those losses or if they were within our contemplation; or (ii) any costs or expenses incurred by any person or organisation in connection with travel, accommodation, reservations or other arrangements.
We do not accept any responsibility or liability in respect of any damage to or loss of any goods, vehicles, or property of any kind brought onto or left at the College’s premises whether by you or any other person and it is your responsibility (or your guest’s) to take good care of your personal belongings. Any goods deposited with us are deposited at your own risk and without any obligation on us.
Indemnification & Hold Harmless
You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the College and its officers, directors, members, employees and agents against any cost or expense (including reasonable attorney’s fees) arising from any and all actions, claims, proceedings, demands, losses, damages, expenses or liability whatsoever arising as a result of a breach by you of this contract or any of the policies of the College, or any reasonably foreseeable consequence of any act or omission on your part.
This contract is between you and the College. No other party has any rights under this contract or ability to enforce any of its terms.
If a court finds part of this contract illegal, the rest will continue in force. Each of the paragraphs of these terms operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining paragraphs will remain in full force and effect.
Even if we delay in enforcing this contract, we can still enforce it later. If we do not insist immediately that you do anything you are required to do under these terms, or if we delay in taking steps against you in respect of your breaking this contract, that will not mean that you do not have to do those things and it will not prevent us taking steps against you at a later date. For example, if you miss a payment but we continue to provide the Programme(s), we can still require you to make the payment at a later date.
We may terminate your contract with us if we consider that you are in breach of any of these terms and conditions, which includes you persistently failing to comply with the Student Code of Conduct and the College’s policies or failing to comply with them in a serious way.
Law & Jurisdiction
These terms and conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with it or its subject matter of formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims) will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and you irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
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