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    University of Law 
    Undergraduate Terms and Conditions
    Effective from 19 October 2017 

    By reserving a place on a course, programme or module(hereinafter referred to as your “Course”), you enter into a legally bindingcontract with The University of Law Limited (No.07933838) (“the University”)which can only be varied by agreement in writing. You accept and agree to bebound by these terms and conditions (these “Terms”) which include the feeschedule relating to your course (the “Fee Schedule”). In accepting theseTerms you also accept and agree to be bound by the University Contribution tofees terms and conditions.

    Your acceptance has immediate cost implications andcreates financial commitments. 

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    Terms and conditions

    1. Confirmation of your place

    Upon the University’s receipt of your acceptance, your contract with the University, and any applicable cooling off period, will commence immediately. Your place will be confirmed automatically.

    2. Non-financial obligations

    a) By reserving a place on your Course you accept and agree to be bound by and comply with:

    • all University policies published and as they may be updated from time to time on our website including (without limitation), policies concerning Accessibility, Cookies and Privacy, Data Protection (including the Data Protection Declaration), Data Retention, Disability Support, Diversity, Intermission, Modern Slavery, Safeguarding, Student Charter, Student Discipline (including the Student Discipline Regulations), Terms and Conditions of Website Use, Tier 4 Student, Vacancy Advertising Service and Website Disclaimer;
    • all rules and regulations relating to your Course contained in the student handbook including attendance and disciplinary rules, IT, exam rules, assessment regulations, appeals and the like;
    • all eligibility requirements of the relevant regulatory or validating body for your Course as detailed in your offer documentation, including (in each case without limitation and where applicable), obtaining membership, compliance with any “character and suitability” criteria and disclosure of past criminal convictions;
    • the University’s own academic, language and other eligibility requirements for your Course; and
    • any disability support agreements applicable to your Course.

    b) If you are currently studying for an entry qualification for your Course and fail one or more assessments or fail to achieve the grade required to meet the conditions (if any) of your offer, you should confirm this via e-mail to the address below as soon as possible – it may affect your eligibility to start your Course at the University and failure to promptly notify can have fee implications. In respect of this please use the following:

    De Broc School of Business courses:

    admissions@debroc.ac.uk

    All other courses including Law:

    admissions@law.ac.uk

    3. Course fees 

    a) Course fees include: tuition, interactive learning resources, and first attempt examination or assessment fees.

    b) Course fees exclude: reassessments which will be charged for separately. 

    c) Current fees for your Course are detailed in your offer and can be seen in the Fee Schedule. We review our fees on an annual basis, taking into account UK inflation rates and other costs.

    Tuition fees are likely to increase for every new academic year and for new course intakes. Although our fee increases will not exceed the Government’s fee cap, you should be aware that you may be charged different fees for subsequent years of your course.

    Our Fee Schedule and Instalment Schedule will be periodically updated once the fees for the forthcoming academic year are finalised and made available on the University’s website.

    d) Students will pay differential fees depending on their residency status within the United Kingdom. Details of how that status will be determined can be found in section 8.

    e) When you are offered a place, the University will confirm the residency status that has been applied to you. That in turn with the relevant Fee Schedule will determine the fees that you will be charged to undertake your Course.

    f) If you are exempted from any part of your Course, your Course fees will be detailed in separate documentation and correspondence along with details of payment and cancellation all of which form part of these Terms.

    g) Course fees must be paid in accordance with the Fee Schedule or as detailed separately above.

    h) Late payment may lead to cancellation of your Course place by the University.

    i) If you have financial sponsorship, you should pay the deposit (if any) yourself and then claim the amount from your sponsor.

    j) Please note that even if someone other than you makes any payment, or agrees to make any payment on your behalf, you remain liable for full payment until the University has received cleared funds. Any rights the University may have against the payer are not affected.

    k) If you have been awarded a University of Law scholarship, bursary, award or promotional discount or a De Broc award (each an “Award”), you will receive your Award according to the specific terms and conditions applicable to that Award.

    l) In the event that you need to take a reassessment you must pay the prescribed fee on registration for the reassessment.

    m) If you do not pay your Course fees or reassessment fees in accordance with these Terms, the University reserves the right to withdraw any offer, cancel your accepted place on your Course, exclude you from any relevant assessment, exam or reassessment, leave your assessment or reassessment unmarked, or withhold assessment or reassessment results and materials for your Course.

    4. Cancellation 

    a) Cancellation of this contract occurs when you cancel your Course place, or if the University cancels this contract for one of the reasons (e)(i) – (xiii) listed below (“Cancellation”).

    b) The extent of your fee liability will vary depending on the Cancellation date. Please see the Fee Schedule for full details of your fee liability on Cancellation, or as detailed in separate documentation and correspondence forming part of these Terms. The relevant “First Fee Liability”, “Second Fee Liability” and “Third Fee Liability” dates for your Course are set out in the Fee Schedule.

    c) If, on a date that is after the First Fee Liability date but on or before the Second Fee Liability date for your Course, you fail to pay an instalment of your Course fees on or before the date it is due for payment as provided in our Undergraduate Instalment Option Schedule (the "Instalment Schedule"), you will be liable to pay any unpaid balance of the first instalment amount of the “Three Annual Instalment Option” set out in the Instalment Schedule.

    If, on a date that is after the Second Fee Liability date but on or before the Third Fee Liability date for your Course, you fail to pay an instalment of your Course fees on or before the date it is due for payment as provided in the Instalment Schedule, you will be liable to pay any unpaid balance of the first and second instalment amounts of the “Three Annual Instalment Option” set out in the Instalment Schedule.

    If, on a date that is after the Third Fee Liability date for your Course, you fail to pay an instalment of your Course fees on or before the date it is due for payment as provided in the Instalment Schedule, you will be liable to pay the full balance of your Course fees immediately.

    Fees are not refundable other than in the circumstances described below.

    d) How to cancel

    To exercise your right to cancel you must inform us of your decision by a clear statement. You may use the University's model cancellation form but it is not obligatory to do so. Cancellation must be made by e-mail. You cannot cancel by telephone or otherwise. We recommend you keep a copy of your e-mail and any acknowledgement.

    Up to the end of Course Week 2:

    De Broc School of Business courses:

    Cancellation must be made via e-mail to admissions@debroc.ac.uk

    All other courses including Law:

    Cancellation must be made via e-mail to admissions@law.ac.uk

    The Admissions teams acknowledge receipt of all received e-mails within 24 hours.

    If you send an e-mail and do not receive this acknowledgement please either re-send your e-mail or contact us on 0800 289997 (UK) or +44 (0)1483 216000.

    From the start of Course Week 3:

    Cancellation must be made via e-mail to your chosen University Centre or as otherwise directed in the Fee Schedule.

    e) Cancellation by the University

    The University reserves the right to refuse or withdraw an offer or cancel your accepted place on your Course for any of the following reasons:

    (i) If you have not paid your Course fees in accordance with these Terms.

    (ii) If you have any outstanding debt owed to the University in respect of any other University courses.

    (iii) If you are paying by direct debit and the direct debit payment is cancelled or fails.

    (iv) If you have not met the eligibility criteria for your Course.

    (v) If your offer of a place is conditional and you have not met the requirements of your conditional offer.

    (vi) If you fail to supply any requested documentation prior to registration which is required to confirm your eligibility to study in the UK (see paragraph 9 Students from non-EEAcountries).

    (vii) If you fail to supply upon registration a valid passport or other acceptable form of ID or any documentation which is required by the Home Office (see paragraph 9 Studentsfrom non-EEA countries).

    (viii) If you fail to take up your place at the start of your Course.

    (ix) If you fail to attend in accordance with University requirements.

    (x) If you are found to have committed gross misconduct or found guilty of a serious criminal offence.

    (xi) If in our opinion we have any reason to believe that you could put our Home Office Tier 4 status at risk.

    (xii) If there are not enough students confirmed on your particular Course or if the number of students confirmed on your particular Course exceeds the number of places available on your Course.

    (xiii) If the running or continuation of your Course becomes unviable or practically impossible for the University.

    If the University is unable to run your Course or cancels your place for the last two reasons listed above, it will refund in full all the fees of your cancelled Course, including any deposit. The University cannot be held liable for any remedy, damages or compensation beyond this.

    5. Deferral

    A request to defer is an application to cancel yourreserved Course place and reserve a new place on a later course on these sameTerms, returning at the start of the course (“Deferral”).

    a) Deferral may not be available on all courses and there is no automatic right to defer.  

    b) Any Deferral request to defer must be made via e-mail to:

    De Broc School of Business:

    admissions@debroc.ac.uk

    All other courses including Law:

    admissions@law.ac.uk

    c) Deferral will generally be permitted by the University (entirely at its discretion) once only. 

    d) Payments of your Course fee instalments must be up to date at the time of your request.

    e) Upon Deferral your deposit will be retained and carried over.  

    f) If you request to defer after the No Fee Liability date relevant to your Course but on our before the First Liability date relevant to your Course (as each is set out in the Fee Schedule) you must pay any unpaid balance of the first instalment amount of the “Three Annual Instalment Option” set out in the Instalment Schedule.

    g) Course fees on the later course may increase.  

    h) The University will confirm via e-mail whether or not your request to defer has been approved and your fee liability.  

    6. Intermission

    A request to intermit is an application to cancel yourreserved Course place and reserve a new place on a later course on these sameTerms, returning at an appropriate point in the later course as notified to youby the University (“Intermission”).

    a) Intermission may not be available on all courses and there is no automatic right to intermit.  

    b) You may request to intermit your reserved place after the end of Course Week 2. 

    c) Intermission will generally be permitted by the University (entirely at its discretion) once only and for a maximum of one year only, in accordance with the Intermitting policy. 

    d) Any Intermission request will incur a non-refundable Intermission fee of £300 (or other reasonable fee as may be set by the University from time to time to cover its administrative expenses).  

    e) Any Intermission request must be made via e-mail to your chosen University Centre or as otherwise directed.

    f) Payments of your Course fee instalments must be up to date at the time of your request. Any Course fees due at the date of your request are not refundable.  

    g) Course fees on the later course may increase.  

    h) The University will confirm via e-mail whether or not your Intermission has been approved and your fee liability.  

    7. Transfer

    A request to transfer is an application to transfer toanother course, mode of study and/or University Centre on these same terms(“Transfer”).

    a) Transfer is not available on all courses and there is no automatic right to Transfer. 

    b) You may request to Transfer before or after the commencement of your Course. Any Transfer request once you have enrolled and started your Course will incur a non-refundable Transfer fee of £100 (or other reasonable fee as may be set by the University from time to time to cover its administrative expenses).   

    c) A Transfer request made up until the start of Course Week 3 must be made via e-mail to the relevant address below, explaining why you wish to Transfer and the mode of study and the University Centre to which you wish to Transfer. Please include your full name and/or student reference number in your e-mail. All requests should be sent by e-mail to:

    De Broc School of Business courses:

    admissions@debroc.ac.uk

    All other courses including Law:

    admissions@law.ac.uk

    d) From the start of Course Week 3 Transfer requests must be made via e-mail to your chosen University Centre or as otherwise directed. We recommend you keep a copy of this e-mail.   

    e) Payments of your Course fee instalments must be up to date at the time of your request.  Your deposit will be retained and carried over. Any fees due at the date of your request are not refundable.  

    f) Course fees on the other course, mode of study and/or University Centre may increase.

    g) All transfer requests will be considered by the University on a case by case basis. The University will confirm via e-mail whether or not your request to Transfer has been approved and your fee liability.  

    8. Definition of a Home Student for fee status decisions

    On receipt of your application the University will carry out an assessment of your fee status which will determine your applicable tuition fees. This decision is based on guidelines provided by the Department of Education: Education (Fees and Awards) Regulations 1997. These regulations enable individual institutions to classify the fee status of students. The onus is on individual students to satisfy the institution that they meet the criteria to be classified as Home status for the purpose of fees.

    There are two categories of fee status, Home and Overseas. Assessments are based on the information and facts that you provide at the time of your initial application.

    More information on the specific regulations and how students can appeal these decisions.

    9. Students from non-EEA countries

    a) If you need to be sponsored under Tier 4 of the Home Office points-based system, the University must issue you with a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) before you can apply for your visa. You must have made a pre-payment of £3,000 towards your Course fees before the University can issue this to you.

    b) If you are not a citizen of the UK or any other country in the EEA (a “Non-EEA Student”) it is your responsibility to obtain from the Home Office a Tier 4 Student visa (“Visa”), which:

    • authorises you to remain in the UK in order to study your Course;
    • extends for the duration of the Course; and
    • has been issued on the basis of the CAS related to the University's offer of a place on the Course.

    c) If you are a Non-EEA student who has to obtain a Tier 4 Student visa the University will:

    • issue you with a CAS as long as we have received from you such proof as we specify: 
    • that you have met all of the academic requirements; and
    • if separately required, that you have met the English language conditions prescribed for your entry to the Course or by the Home Office; and
    • that you have met all the Home Office's requirements for Tier 4 sponsorship
    • provide in a timely, comprehensive and comprehensible manner such guidance as you may require in order for you to apply for the Visa; and
    • respond fully and speedily to any request for information or documentation which it we are asked to supply in connection with an application for the Visa.

    If you are a Non-EEA Student, you will:

    • supply us with all the documents requested, either original or certified copies (as stipulated by us);
    • ensure that your application for the Visa is accurate, submitted in a timely manner and supported by any documentation required by Home Office;
    • provide us with all of the information, which we require during the Visa’s term which may relate, inter alia, to: 

    • your UK address and telephone numbers; and
    • your attendance at and absences from the classes or assessments prescribed for the Programme;
    • comply with all conditions attached to the Visa; and
    • notify the University immediately and via via visaoffice@law.ac.uk of any change in your circumstances which could put into doubt your ability to comply with the conditions attached to the Visa.

    d) If, on initial registration, you, are a non-EEA student who is unable to produce all proof of eligibility to study on the programme and any other documents specified by the University, the University will be entitled to:

    • refuse to register you onto the Course;
    • withdraw our offer of a place on the Course;
    • report to the Home Office that we have done so; and/or
    • retain, or recover from you, any deposit, fees or other sums in accordance with the Fee Schedule.

    e) If you are a non EEA Student sponsored by the University and your Visa application is refused:

    • you will inform the International Visa Office within two weeks* upon receiving the Visa application outcome, submitting the Visa Refusal document issued by UK Visas and Immigration; and
    • unless any of the exceptional circumstances outlined below apply, the University will issue a refund of all the monies paid, minus the deposit.

    *Refund requests received after this date will automatically be rejected.

    f) If any of the following exceptional circumstances apply, then the University may retain, or recover, any deposit, fees or other sums in accordance with the Fee Schedule:

    • you did not make a timely Visa application;
    • you did not inform the University of the reason of non-arrival within one week of your Course start date (date shown on the CAS statement);
    • the refusal document issued by UK Visas and Immigration indicates that you presented fraudulent information and/or documents; and/or
    • you did not prepare for the Visa interview, could not answer relevant questions about the University and did not provide the correct documents with your Visa application as outlined in the Tier 4 Policy Guidance. 

    10. English Language Requirements

    If, you have met our English language requirements, but your contact with the University prior to or during your Course leads us to reasonably believe that your English language ability would be likely to seriously jeopardise your success on your Course, we may ask you to demonstrate your English language ability by undertaking a Pearson or IELTS test at our expense. If you do not meet the minimum Pearson/IELTS scores stated for your Course on our website, the University will be entitled to withdraw you from your Course. In such circumstances, the University will have no liability to you but will refund to you any Course fees you have already paid minus your deposit.

    If you have any concerns about this you must contact admissions@law.ac.uk as soon as possible.

    11. General                                                        

    a) These Terms (including any non-contractual obligations arising out of or in connection with these Terms) are governed by English law and are subject to the jurisdiction of the English courts. 

    b) The University may transfer its rights and obligations under these Terms to any successor in title to its business or to any entity to which a substantial part of its business is transferred, and you authorise the University as your agent to enter into an agreement with such successor or entity in substantially the same form as this agreement to procure that such successor or entity succeeds to all rights and obligations of the University under these Terms. Alternatively, and at the University's sole discretion, you agree that you will execute any deed of novation that the University reasonably requests to give effect to such transfer.

    c) Failure or delay by the University to exercise any of its rights or remedies (full or partial) under these Terms shall not constitute any form of waiver.  

    d) The University will use its reasonable endeavours to deliver your Course in accordance with the description given to it on the University’s website at the date of its commencement. However, the University reserves the right to make any variations to your Course which it considers to be necessary including (without limitation):

    • to reflect changes to the theory in an area of research or practices around the subject or its delivery;
    • as a result of a commissioning or accrediting body requiring certain content to be added to or changed within your Course;
    • if your educational experience would be or would be likely to be impaired if changes were not made to your Course.

    Changes made by the University may include changes to the content and structure of your Course as well as the location, dates, times and method of its delivery. Nevertheless, prior to making any change to your Course which would, in the University’s reasonable opinion result in you receiving a materially different service to that which you agreed when accepting your place on your Course (a “substantial change”), the University will notify you in writing. If any change we propose would amount to a substantial change, you will be given the opportunity to (i) Transfer to a different course or (ii) withdraw from your Course without further liability, in each case by giving the University written notice within 14 days of being notified of such substantial change. Where you have so notified the University that you wish to withdraw from your Course, the University will refund in full any instalments of your Course fees already paid, including any deposit. The University accepts no liability for any remedy, damages or compensation beyond this.

    e) These Terms (which include the Fee Schedule, the Instalment Schedule, any other documentation which has been expressly incorporated by these Terms or the Fee Schedule and any separate offer documentation and correspondence received by you and stated as forming part of these Terms pursuant to paragraphs 3(c) and 4(c) of these Terms) constitute the entire agreement between you and the University. By accepting your place on your Course, you confirm that you have not relied on, and shall have no right or remedy in respect of, any statement, representation, assurance or warranty (whether made negligently or innocently) other than as expressly set out in these Terms.

    Fee Schedules:

    The University of Law:

    For courses starting before July 2018:

    Undergraduate Fee Schedule 2017/18

    For courses starting on or after July 2018:

    Undergraduate Fee Schedule 2018/19

    De Broc School of Business:

    For courses starting before July 2018:

    Undergraduate Fee Schedule 2017/18

    For courses starting on or after July 2018:

    Undergraduate Fee Schedule 2018/19

    University Contribution to Fees:

    University Contribution to fees Terms and Conditions

    Pre-Sessional English Terms and Conditions 2017/18                                                    

    If you accepted your place on your Course prior to 19 October 2017, the above Terms and Conditions will not apply to you. If you have not previously been sent your applicable terms and conditions you can obtain a copy by e-mailing admissions@law.ac.uk.

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