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Last updated August 2019

Kings reserves the right to change prices, to cancel or change courses to amend timetables at any time prior to enrollment and to make additions or amendments to these terms and conditions by giving one month written notice to all affected parties.

1. Application

Application Fee: There is a non-refundable application fee payable before the processing of your application. You or your agent must send your completed application form with relevant transcripts and any supplementary documentation to Kings USA Admissions. We will acknowledge your application within 24 hours (Monday to Friday) and, if accepted, send an offer of a place within 4-5 working days.

2. Offer of Place

Our offer of a place will include a study plan based on your academic ability and English language level. If the study plan includes the GO: Prepared Program, the offer will include an invoice for tuition, accommodation, plus applicable fees.

For all other GO programs, a final invoice will be sent prior to the start of the first semester. Your place is subject to availability and is not held until we have received your deposit to accept the place.

3. Acceptance of Application

To accept your place you will need to make a deposit payment. Once this payment is received we will hold your place until the balance of fees becomes due. Your place may become at risk if we do not receive your payment on time.

Several factors influence the amount stipulated as a deposit, the timing and the specific rules and regulations to apply. These specific rules and details will be shared with you and as such, you shall be responsible accordingly. All deposits shall be applied to the first semester of the GO program.

4. Visa Documentation

Once we have received your deposit and Reservation Agreement, we will hold a place and send all relevant visa documentation including the I-20, provided that you have submitted proof of financial solvency and all other financial requirements. Please advise us as soon as your visa is granted.

5. Payment of Fees

Fees can be paid by money order, credit card, or bank transfer. Bank charges for both sending and receiving banks are payable by the sender.
IMPORTANT: when making your payment please ensure that you transmit sufficient funds to cover the bank charges and to cover the dollar amount shown on the invoice at the exchange rate of the day. Payment by credit card is subject to a surcharge of 2%, AMEX 3.5%.

Full fees are due by the course start date. You will not be allowed to attend classes if fees are outstanding. You will be required to leave the course if you are not able to produce payment or proof of payment.

For the degree program

All fees are due by the date indicated on the invoice.

Fees are paid via PeerTransfer (via credit card or bank transfer).

6a. Cancellation due to visa refusal

If your visa is refused, all fees will be refunded.

6b. Cancellation/Withdrawal for other reasons

Cancellation

GO: Prepared Program

  • If you cancel prior to the start of scheduled classes or never attend class (no show), all tuition, accommodation and insurance fees will be refunded, less any actual costs incurred. The enrolment fee and other service charges (airport transfer, courier fee, campus support fee) are non-refundable up to a maximum total of $500.
  • If you are accepted by Kings and enter the US on the school's I-20 and subsequently cancel prior to the start of scheduled classes or never attend class (no show), Kings may retain:
    - For an enrollment period of fewer than 12 weeks, all the tuition charges for up to four weeks, actual housing costs incurred, and a maximum total of $500 for non-refundable charges.
    - For an enrollment period of 12 weeks or more, all the tuition charges for up to six weeks, actual housing costs incurred by the institution, and a maximum total of $500 for non-refundable charges.

GO: 50, GO: 100 Programs

If you cancel the GO Program anytime before the start or during your GO: Prepared program, your deposit will be refunded.

Your remaining GO tuition and accommodation fees will be subject to the Pine Manor refund terms found on the following site: www.pmc.edu/refund-policy1.

Withdrawal

GO: Prepared Program

If you are unable to complete your course after beginning studies, the following tuition refunds apply.

6b (i) First Period of Financial Obligation (Initial Enrollment)

For students whose last day of attendance occurs at any point in the first four weeks, Kings will retain all charges applicable to the first four weeks.

For students whose last date of attendance occurs after the first four weeks but before or at the mid-point of their period of financial obligation, Kings will retain a prorated amount of tuition.

For students whose last date of attendance occurs after the midpoint, Kings will retain all of the charges for that period.

6b (ii) Subsequent Periods of Financial Obligation or Enrollment periods (Extensions)

For students who have completed the first period of financial obligation or extended their enrollment at Kings, but whose last date of attendance occurs before or at the midpoint of any subsequent period of financial obligation, Kings will retain a prorated amount of tuition for that period.

For students whose last date of attendance occurs after the midpoint of any subsequent period of financial obligation, Kings will retain all of the tuition for that period.

If you are enrolled in the GO: 50 or GO: 100 program and wish to cancel that, please refer to the Cancellation policy.

GO: 50 and GO: 100 Programs

If you wish to withdraw from the GO: 50 or GO: 100 Program, you will adhere to the Pine Manor College withdrawal rules and regulations found on the following site: www.pmc.edu/refund-policy1

6c. Cancellation of accommodation

To cancel accommodation, a minimum of four weeks notice must be given in writing to Kings staff. A refund will be made of the unused accommodation fee less the applicable notice period.

Students who move out without giving the proper notice period, or who must leave the residence due to conduct or disciplinary reasons, will be charged 4 weeks accommodation fees in lieu of notice. A partial week may be counted as one week’s accommodation.

6d. Cancellation of Insurance

Insurance will be charged for all used weeks. A pro-rata refund will be made of the unused weeks. Students who do not give notification of cancellation (no show) or withdrawal will be charged the cost incurred from the start date to the date of determination of withdrawal/cancellation.

7. General notes on refunds

GO: Prepared Program

  • Bank charges — all refunds are paid minus any bank charges.
  • Refunds are made to the fee-payer.
  • Accommodation deposits — will be refunded to the fee-payer after deductions for any disbursements or damages.
  • Late arrivals — no refunds are given for time missed due to arriving late for courses.
  • Refund Due Dates
    • If you never attend class (no-show) or cancel prior to the class start date, all refunds will be made within 45 days of the first scheduled date of class or the date of cancellation, whichever is earlier.
    • If you withdraw, the refund due will be calculated using the last date of attendance and will be paid within 45 days for the documented date of determination. The date of determination is (a) the date you give notice of withdrawal to Kings; (b) the date Kings administratively withdraws you, or (c) the date Kings terminates you due to your failure to adhere to our attendance, conduct, or student progress policy. If you provide advanced notice of withdrawal such that the 45-day window ends before the last date of attendance, the refund will be paid within 45 calendar days from the last date of attendance.
  • All tuition and non-tuition refunds will be calculated using regular published tuition rates. Any applied promotion or past pricing will no longer be valid.
  • Prorated refunds will be calculated on a weekly basis. When determining the number of weeks, Kings will consider a partial week the same as if a whole week were completed if you were present at least one day during the scheduled week.
  • In the event of Kings cancelling or terminating a course, a full refund of all unused fees will be made.
  • Non-refundable fees include courier fee, registration fee, airport transfer, campus support fee and housing application fee. Refund amounts will be based on a student’s last date of attendance.
  • In the event no notice of withdrawal (written or verbal) is provided, Kings will automatically administratively withdraw the student after s/he has been absent for 10 consecutive school days (excluding scheduled breaks) and complete a refund calculation.
  • If you have enrolled with Kings through an agency, you have a contractual relationship with your agent that may affect your ability to obtain a refund. Payments made via an agency will be refunded through the agent and you will need to speak to your agency to confirm your final refund amount.

GO: 50 and GO: 100

Refunds for students who withdraw during the course of the academic term will be provided in accordance with the Pine Manor refund policy: www.pmc.edu/refund-policy1

8. Academic Decisions

Kings and/or Pine Manor reserves the right to determine the best study plan for any student and to exclude from class any student who, for reasons of performance or ability, is not qualified to enter or remain in that class. For GO: Prepared, students are accepted into a study plan with understanding that successful completion of the study plan is contingent on satisfactory attendance and attainment of specified grades.

Students who do not meet the criteria for successful completion will not be allowed to proceed with their original study plan. Students may be offered alternative study options, including, but not limited to, retaking their course, and/or a change in their study plan. A change in study plan may involve additional time and cost with regard to tuition and accommodation fees.

Students are accepted in good faith into the Kings program on the basis that the certification they provide meets the admissions criteria. If, however, the results from assessments upon arrival indicate that a student’s level of English or academic proficiency is significantly different than the one claimed and is lower than the one required for their program, then the student will be formally advised of the results and of applicable options. A change in study plan may involve additional time and cost with regard to tuition and accommodation fees.

A student, either individually or through his/her representative, who has submitted any documentation or certification to meet the admissions criteria which is later found to have been falsified is subject to immediate expulsion from the Kings program.

9. Discipline

If your work, attendance, or conduct is unsatisfactory you will be subject to Kings and/or Pine Manor disciplinary procedures. These procedures may lead ultimately to suspension or expulsion. Travel and other costs incurred as a result of suspension or expulsion must be met by the student or student’s guardian.

Attendance is compulsory for all students and is a condition of a US student visa. Nonattendance of students holding a Kings I-20 is reported to the Department of Homeland Security.

GO: Prepared Program

Students attending the GO: Prepared program will be governed by and subject to Kings' standards of academic conduct. Students residing in accommodation provided by Pine Manor College are subject to, and must adhere to, Pine Manor College’s Community Standards found at: www.pmc.edu/student-handbook

GO: 50 and GO: 100

Students attending the GO: 50 or GO: 100 program will be governed by and adhere to Pine Manor College standards of academic conduct and Pine Manor College’s Community Standards: www.pmc.edu/student-handbook

10. Accommodation

All students will be accommodated in housing facilities on campus at Pine Manor College. Housing assignments will be made only after receipt of the housing application form, and placements will be based on arrival time, duration of program and student’s age.

In special cases, students may apply to live off campus. A waiver must be completed and approved by a Kings Manager or Director prior to moving off campus.

All students are expected to abide by Pine Manor College housing policies found in the student handbook: http://www.pmc.edu/student-handbook

Students arriving between 10pm and 6am or arriving outside of the designated start dates may be asked to book alternative accommodation until accommodation becomes available and/or be required to book an airport transfer.

GO: Prepared

  • Accommodation weeks are from Sunday to Saturday. Arrivals past 10pm require an airport transfer.
  • Any student arriving Saturday and/or departing Sunday will be charged for (an) extra night(s) and must book an airport transfer.
  • Any student arriving Monday–Friday will be charged a full week and must book an airport transfer.

GO: 50 and GO: 100

If you wish to cancel accommodation during the GO: 50 or GO: 100 program, you will adhere to the Pine Manor rules and regulations found in the Pine Manor student handbook: www.pmc.edu/student-handbook

11. Insurance

All Kings students must have appropriate accident and medical insurance during their time in the USA. Insurance to cover personal property, breakages, loss and damage is also strongly recommended.

GO: Prepared

Insurance is provided through Kings. Students will be automatically invoiced for insurance throughout the full length of their program. Insurance booked through Kings is charged at a weekly rate.

GO: 50 and GO: 100

All Kings students are required to purchase a health insurance plan written specifically for them by Pine Manor College.

Information about the plan is available on the following web page:
www.pmc.edu/health-insurance

12. Publicity Materials

Kings Education periodically uses electronic and traditional media for publicity or educational purposes. In signing these Terms & Conditions, permission is given to Kings and its agents to use the student’s image (photographs and/or video) and personal educational records for use in Kings publications, including, but not limited to, videos, emails, recruiting brochures, newsletters, and magazines, and to use the student’s image in electronic versions of the same publications or on the Kings website or other electronic forms of media.

This permission may be revoked at any time upon providing written notice to Kings. Until such revocation is made, this consent shall remain in effect with the student’s educational records and image continuing to be available to Kings for use in publications.

The right to inspect or approve the finished photographs or printed or electronic matter that may be used in conjunction with them now or in the future is also hereby waived.

13. Federal Holidays and Center closure

GO: Prepared

Tuition is not given on federal holidays (2019: January 2, January 16, May 29, July 4, September 4, November 23 – 24, December 25;

GO: 50 and GO: 100

The typical academic term includes a number of holiday breaks. See Pine Manor Academic Calendar for exact dates: www.pmc.edu/academic-calendar. No refund or compensation is given for lessons missed due to holidays or other official class cancellations.

14. Liability

Kings will not be liable under any circumstances for any failure to provide any services whatsoever if that failure is caused directly or indirectly by actions or circumstances beyond Kings’ control. Any damage caused by a student to college property or to a residence, whether intentional or not, will be charged to the student or students responsible. Students in residential accommodation are jointly liable for shared facilities and Kings reserves the right to recover costs for damage and exceptional cleaning at any time.

Students hereby voluntarily release, hold harmless and agree to indemnify Kings, its agents, officers, employees, successors and assigns from any liability resulting from any claims, suits, procedures, costs, expenses, including attorney’s fees, and causes of action of whatever kind or nature, including, but not limited to, a claim of Kings’ negligence, resulting from any damage, loss, personal injury, disability, medical expenses, property damage or theft, arising from or out of the student's attendance or participation in the Kings program.

15. Student Information

At the time of application, students are requested to sign a release form authorizing Kings and Pine Manor College to share information about the student with designated officials of the College, Kings, parents and/or representatives. It is part of the unique nature of the GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs that Kings provides constant feedback about academic performance and/or financial issues to individuals involved in the student’s success.

16. Jurisdiction

In any dispute arising out of this contract, the parties expressly agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the USA having jurisdiction in the matter in question.

17. Medical Intervention

The student or guardian (if under 18) grants authorization and consent to Kings to administer general first aid treatment for any minor injuries or illnesses experienced by the student. If the injury or illness is life threatening or in need of emergency treatment, Kings is authorized to summon any and all professional emergency personnel to attend, transport, and treat the student and to issue consent for any X-ray, anesthetic, blood transfusion, medication, or other medical diagnosis, treatment, or hospital care deemed advisable by, and to be rendered under the general supervision of, any licensed physician, surgeon, dentist, hospital, or other medical professional or institution duly licensed to practice in the state in which such treatment is to occur. The student or guardian agrees to assume financial responsibility for all expenses of such care. Once medical/hospital treatment is completed, the student may be released back to Kings. The student or guardian (if under 18) agrees to allow Kings to contact and speak with the student's physician/dentist.

If you feel contrary to this, please advise us in writing, so that we may keep a copy of this in the student's file and we therefore act in accordance with your wishes. Students will be required to provide medical history documentation prior to arrival in the US.

18. Activities and Excursions

It is understood that students may participate in off-site social activities and excursions organized by Kings and/or external providers.

If your child is under 18, a guardian's permission is understood to be given for them to participate. Please advise Kings in writing if permission is not given in order to act accordingly.

19. University Progression

Students must meet the admissions requirements of all host and progression institutions in which they intend to transfer. All host and progression institutions reserve the right to amend their admission criteria independent of Kings.

For programs in Los Angeles

Last updated August 2019

Kings reserves the right to change prices, to cancel or change courses and to amend timetables at any time prior to enrollment and to make additions or amendments to these terms and conditions by giving one month written notice to all affected parties.

1. Application

Application Fee: There is a non-refundable application fee payable before the processing of your application. You or your agent must send your completed application form with relevant transcripts and any supplementary documentation to Kings USA Admissions. We will acknowledge your application within 24 hours (Monday to Friday) and, if accepted, send an offer of a place within 4-5 working days.

2. Offer of Place

Our offer of a place will include a study plan based on your academic ability and English language level. If the study plan includes the GO: Prepared, the offer will include an invoice for tuition, accommodation, plus applicable fees.

For the GO: 50 or GO: 100 programs, a final invoice with application and accommodation fees will be sent prior to the start of the program. Your place is subject to availability and is not held until we have received your deposit to accept the place.

3. Acceptance of Application

To accept your place you will need to make a deposit payment. Once this payment is received we will hold your place until the balance of fees becomes due. Your place may become at risk if we do not receive your payment on time.

Several factors influence the amount stipulated as a deposit, the timing and the specific rules and regulations to apply. These specific rules and details will be shared with you and as such, you shall be responsible accordingly. All deposits shall be applied to the first semester of the GO: 50 or GO: 100 program.

4. Visa Documentation

Once we have received your deposit and Reservation Agreement, we will hold a place and send all relevant visa documentation including the I-20, provided that you have submitted proof of financial solvency and all other financial requirements. Please advise us as soon as your visa is granted.

5. Payment of Fees

GO: Prepared Program

  • If your program is four months or less, you will be required to pay for all tuition and fees on the first day of instruction.
  • If your program is more than four months, the first four months of tuition and fees must be paid on the first day of instruction. When 50 percent of the program has been offered, full payment of the remainder of the tuition and fees will be due.

Fees can be paid by money order, credit card, or bank transfer. Bank charges for both sending and receiving banks are payable by the sender.
IMPORTANT: when making your payment please ensure that you transmit sufficient funds to cover the bank charges and to cover the dollar amount shown on the invoice at the exchange rate of the day. Payment by credit card is subject to a surcharge of 2%, AMEX 3.5%.

You will not be allowed to attend classes if fees are outstanding. You will be required to leave the course if you are not able to produce payment or proof of payment.

GO: 50 and GO: 100 Programs

All fees are due by the date indicated on the Pathway invoice. Fees are paid via PeerTransfer (by credit card or bank transfer).

6a. Cancellation due to visa refusal

If your visa is refused, all fees will be refunded.

6b. Cancellation/Withdrawal for other reasons

Cancellation

GO: Prepared Program

In accordance with regulations in the State of California:

  • Notice of cancellation must be in writing.
  • If notice of cancellation is made through attendance at the first class session, or the seventh day after enrollment, whichever is later, 100% of tuition will be refunded. Accommodation and insurance fees will be refunded less any actual costs incurred. The enrollment fee and other service charges (airport transfer, courier fee, campus support fee, housing application fee) are non-refundable up to a maximum total of $250.

GO: 50 and GO:100 programs

If you cancel the GO: 50 or GO: 100 Program anytime before the start or during your GO: Prepared Program, your deposit will be refunded.

Your remaining tuition and accommodation fees will be subject to the Marymount refund terms found in the course catalog: www.marymountcalifornia.edu/catalogs

Withdrawal

GO: Prepared Program

Notice of withdrawal may be in writing or may be effectuated by the student’s conduct, including, but not necessarily limited to, lack of attendance.

If you are unable to complete your course after beginning studies, the following tuition refunds apply:

  • If withdrawal occurs after completing 60 percent or less of the period of attendance, a pro rata refund will be given.
  • If withdrawal occurs after completing over 60 percent of the period of attendance, no refund will be given.

In order to finalize a withdrawal, you must request the change to a Kings staff member. You will be given a Change Request Form (CRF) showing what your last day of attendance will be, as well as a refund quote based on your notice date and final date. Signing this form will finalize your withdrawal.

If you are enrolled in GO: 50 or GO: 100 and wish to cancel that, please refer to the Cancellation policy.

GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs

If you wish to withdraw from the GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs, you will adhere to the Marymount withdrawal rules and regulations in the Marymount course catalog found at the following link: www.marymountcalifornia.edu/catalogs

6c. Cancellation of accommodation

To cancel accommodation, a minimum of four weeks notice must be given in writing to Kings staff. A refund will be made of the unused accommodation fee less the applicable notice period.

Students who move out without giving the proper notice period, or who must leave the residence due to conduct or disciplinary reasons, will be charged 4 weeks accommodation fees in lieu of notice. A partial week may be counted as 1 week's accommodation.

6d. Cancellation of Insurance

Insurance will be charged for all used weeks. A pro-rata refund will be made of the unused weeks. Students who do not give notification of cancellation (no show) or withdrawal will be charged the cost incurred from the start date to the date of determination of withdrawal/cancellation.

7. General notes on refunds

GO: Prepared Program

  • Bank charges — all refunds are paid minus any bank charges.
  • Refunds are made to the fee-payer.
  • Accommodation deposits — will be refunded to the fee-payer after deductions for any disbursements or damages.
  • Late arrivals — no refunds are given for time missed due to arriving late for courses.
  • Refund Due Dates
    • If you never attend class (no-show) or cancel prior to the class start date, all refunds will be made within 45 days of the first scheduled date of class or the date of cancellation, whichever is earlier.
    • If you withdraw, the refund due will be calculated using the last date of attendance and will be paid within 45 days for the documented date of determination. The date of determination is (a) the date you give notice of withdrawal to Kings; (b) the date Kings administratively withdraws you, or (c) the date Kings terminates you due to your failure to adhere to our attendance, conduct, or student progress policy. If you provide advanced notice of withdrawal such that the 45-day window ends before the last date of attendance, the refund will be paid within 45 calendar days from the last date of attendance.
  • All tuition and non-tuition refunds will be calculated using regular published tuition rates. Any applied promotion or past pricing will no longer be valid.
  • Prorated refunds will be calculated on a daily basis.
  • All non-tuition items refunds will be calculated on a weekly basis. When determining the number of weeks, Kings will consider a partial week the same as if a whole week were completed if you were present at least one day during the scheduled week.
  • Subsequent Periods of Financial Obligation or Enrollment periods (Extensions):
    For students who have completed the first period of financial obligation or extended their enrollment at Kings, but whose last date of attendance occurs before or at 60 percent of any subsequent period of financial obligation, Kings will retain a prorated amount of tuition for that period. For students whose last date of attendance occurs after 60 percent of any subsequent period of financial obligation, Kings will retain all of the tuition for that period.
  • In the event of Kings cancelling or terminating a course, a full refund of all unused fees will be made.
  • Non-refundable fees include courier fee, registration fee, airport transfer, campus support fees and housing application fee.
  • Refund amounts will be based on a student’s last date of attendance.
  • In the event no notice of withdrawal (written or verbal) is provided, Kings will automatically administratively withdraw the student after s/he has been absent for 10 consecutive school days (excluding scheduled breaks) and complete a refund calculation.
  • If you have enrolled with Kings through an agency, you have a contractual relationship with your agent that may affect your ability to obtain a refund. Payments made via an agency will be refunded through the agent and you will need to speak to your agency to confirm your final refund amount.

GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs

Refunds for students who withdraw during the course of the academic term will be provided in accordance with the Marymount course catalog: www.marymountcalifornia.edu/catalogs

8. Academic Decisions

Kings and/or Marymount reserves the right to determine the best study plan for any student and to exclude from class any student who, for reasons of performance or ability, is not qualified to enter or remain in that class. For GO: Prepared, students are accepted into a study plan with understanding that successful completion of the study plan is contingent on satisfactory attendance and attainment of specified grades.

Students who do not meet the criteria for successful completion will not be allowed to proceed with their original study plan. Students may be offered alternative study options, including, but not limited to, retaking their course, and/or a change in their study plan. A change in study plan may involve additional time and cost with regard to tuition and accommodation fees.

Students are accepted in good faith into the Kings program on the basis that the certification they provide meet the admissions criteria. If, however, the results from assessments upon arrival indicate that a student’s level of English or academic proficiency is significantly different than the one claimed and is lower than the one required for their program, then the student will be formally advised of the results and of applicable options. A change in study plan may involve additional time and cost with regard to tuition and accommodation fees.

A student, either individually or through his/her representative, who has submitted any documentation or certification to meet the admissions criteria which is later found to have been falsified is subject to immediate expulsion from the Kings program.

9. Discipline

If your work, attendance, or conduct is unsatisfactory you will be subject to Kings and/or Marymount disciplinary procedures. These procedures may lead ultimately to suspension or expulsion. Travel and other costs incurred as a result of suspension or expulsion must be met by the student or student’s guardian.

Attendance is compulsory for all students and is a condition of a US student visa. Nonattendance of students holding a Kings I-20 is reported to the Department of Homeland Security.

GO: Prepared Program

Students attending the Kings GO: Prepared program will be governed by and subject to Kings' standards of academic conduct. Students residing in accommodation provided by Marymount California University are subject to and must adhere to Marymount California University’s Community Standards found at: www.marymountcalifornia.edu/catalogs

GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs

Students attending the GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs will be governed and adhere to Marymount California University standards of academic conduct and Marymount California University’s Community Standards: www.marymountcalifornia.edu/catalogs

10. Accommodation

All students will be accommodated in housing facilities on campus at Marymount California University. Housing assignments will be made only after receipt of the housing application form, and placements will be based on arrival time, duration of program and student’s age.

All students are expected to abide by Marymount California University housing policies found at www.marymountcalifornia.edu/residential-life/faq-and-forms.

Students arriving between 10pm and 6am or arriving outside of the designated start dates may be asked to book alternative accommodation until accommodation becomes available and/or be required to book an airport transfer.

GO: Prepared program

  • Accommodation weeks are from Sunday to Saturday. Arrivals past 10pm require an airport transfer.
  • Any student arriving Saturday and/or departing Sunday will be charged for (an) extra night(s) and must book an airport transfer.
  • Any student arriving Monday–Friday will be charged a full week and must book an airport transfer.

GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs

If you wish to cancel accommodation during the GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs, you will adhere to the Marymount withdrawal rules and regulations found in the Marymount student handbook found at the following link: www.marymountcalifornia.edu/residential-life/faq-and-forms

11. Insurance

All Kings students must have appropriate accident and medical insurance during their time in the USA. Insurance to cover personal property, breakages, loss and damage is also strongly recommended.

GO: Prepared program

Insurance is provided through Kings. Students will be automatically invoiced for insurance throughout the full length of their program. Insurance booked through Kings is charged at a weekly rate.

GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs

All Kings students are required to purchase a health insurance plan written specifically for them by Marymount California University. Information about the plan is available on the following web page: www.marymountcalifornia.edu/health-center.

12. Publicity Materials

Kings Education periodically uses electronic and traditional media for publicity or educational purposes.

In signing these Terms & Conditions, permission is given to Kings and its agents to use the student’s image (photographs and/or video) and personal educational records for use in Kings publications, including, but not limited to, videos, emails, recruiting brochures, newsletters, and magazines, and to use the student’s image in electronic versions of the same publications or on the Kings website or other electronic forms of media.

This permission may be revoked at any time upon providing written notice to Kings. Until such revocation is made, this consent shall remain in effect with the student’s educational records and image continuing to be available to Kings for use in publications.

The right to inspect or approve the finished photographs or printed or electronic matter that may be used in conjunction with them now or in the future is also hereby waived.

13. Federal Holidays and College closure

GO: Prepared program

Tuition is not given on federal holidays and when Kings is closed.

GO: 50 and GO: 100 programs

The typical academic term includes a number of holiday breaks. See Marymount Academic Calendar for exact dates: www.marymountcalifornia.edu/academics/calendar. No refund or compensation is given for lessons missed due to holidays or other official class cancellations.

14. Liability

Kings will not be liable under any circumstances for any failure to provide any services whatsoever if that failure is caused directly or indirectly by actions or circumstances beyond Kings’ control. Any damage caused by a student to college property or to a residence, whether intentional or not, will be charged to the student or students responsible. Students in residential accommodation are jointly liable for shared facilities and Kings reserves the right to recover costs for damage and exceptional cleaning at any time.

Students hereby voluntarily release, hold harmless and agree to indemnify Kings, its agents, officers, employees, successors and assigns from any liability resulting from any claims, suits, procedures, costs, expenses, including attorney’s fees, and causes of action of whatever kind or nature, including, but not limited to, a claim of Kings’ negligence, resulting from any damage, loss, personal injury, disability, medical expenses, property damage or theft, arising from or out of the student's attendance or participation in the Kings program.

15. Student Information

At the time of application, students are requested to sign a release form authorizing Kings and Marymount California University to share information about the student with designated officials of the University, Kings, parents and/or representatives. It is part of the unique nature of the On Campus Plus program that Kings provides constant feedback about academic performance and/or financial issues to individuals involved in the student’s success.

16. Jurisdiction

In any dispute arising out of this contract, the parties expressly agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the USA having jurisdiction in the matter in question.

17. Medical Intervention

The student or guardian (if under 18) grants authorization and consent to Kings to administer general first aid treatment for any minor injuries or illnesses experienced by the student. If the injury or illness is life threatening or in need of emergency treatment, Kings is authorized to summon any and all professional emergency personnel to attend, transport, and treat the student and to issue consent for any X-ray, anesthetic, blood transfusion, medication, or other medical diagnosis, treatment, or hospital care deemed advisable by, and to be rendered under the general supervision of, any licensed physician, surgeon, dentist, hospital, or other medical professional or institution duly licensed to practice in the state in which such treatment is to occur. The student or guardian agrees to assume financial responsibility for all expenses of such care. Once medical/hospital treatment is completed, the student may be released back to Kings. The student or guardian (if under 18) agrees to allow Kings to contact and speak with the student's physician/dentist.

If you feel contrary to this, please advise us in writing, so that we may keep a copy of this in the student's file and we therefore act in accordance with your wishes. Students will be required to provide medical history documentation prior to arrival in the US.

18. Activities and Excursions

It is understood that students may participate in off-site social activities and excursions organized by Kings and/or external providers.

If your child is under 18, a guardian's permission is understood to be given for them to participate. Please advise Kings in writing if permission is not given in order to act accordingly.

19. University Progression

Students must meet the admissions requirements of all host and progression institutions in which they intend to transfer. All host and progression institutions reserve the right to amend their admission criteria independent of Kings.

For programs in New York

Last updated August 2019

Kings reserves the right to change prices, to cancel or change courses and to amend timetables at any time prior to enrollment and to make additions or amendments to these terms and conditions by giving one month written notice to all affected parties.

1. Application

Application Fee: There is a non-refundable application fee payable before the processing of your application. You or your agent must send your completed application form with relevant transcripts and any supplementary documentation to Kings USA Admissions. We will acknowledge your application within 24 hours (Monday to Friday) and, if accepted, send an offer of a place within 4-5 working days.

2. Offer of a place

Our offer of a place will include a study plan based on your academic ability and English language level. If the study plan includes the GO: Prepared program, the offer will include an invoice for tuition, accommodation, plus applicable fees. For the GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs, a final invoice will be sent prior to the start of the semester. Your place is subject to availability and is not held until we have received your deposit to accept the place.

3. Acceptance of application

To accept your place you will need to make a deposit payment. Once this payment is received we will hold your place until the balance of fees becomes due. Your place may become at risk if we do not receive your payment on time.

Several factors influence the amount stipulated as a deposit, the timing and the specific rules and regulations to apply. These specific rules and details will be shared with you and as such, you shall be responsible accordingly. All deposits shall be applied to the first semester of the GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs.

4. Visa documentation

Once we have received your deposit and Reservation Agreement, we will hold a place and send all relevant visa documentation including the I-20, provided that you have submitted proof of financial solvency and all other financial requirements. Please advise us as soon as your visa is granted.

5. Payment of fees

Fees can be paid by money order, credit card, or bank transfer. Bank charges for both sending and receiving banks are payable by the sender.
IMPORTANT: when making your payment please ensure that you transmit sufficient funds to cover the bank charges and to cover the dollar amount shown on the invoice at the exchange rate of the day. Payment by credit card is subject to a surcharge of 2%, AMEX 3.5%.

Full fees are due by the course start date. You will not be allowed to attend classes if fees are outstanding. You will be required to leave the course if you are not able to produce payment or proof of payment.

For GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs
All fees are due by the date indicated on the invoice. Fees are paid via PeerTransfer (via credit card or bank transfer).

6a. Cancellation due to visa refusal

If your visa is refused, all fees will be refunded.

6b. Cancellation/Withdrawal for other reasons

Cancellation

GO: Prepared program

  • If you cancel prior to the start of scheduled classes or never attend class (no show), all tuition, accommodation and insurance fees will be refunded, less any actual costs incurred. The enrolment fee and other service charges (airport transfer, courier fee, campus support fee) are non-refundable up to a maximum total of $500.
  • If you are accepted by Kings and enter the US on the school's I-20 and subsequently cancel prior to the start of scheduled classes or never attend class (no show), Kings may retain:
    - For an enrollment period of fewer than 12 weeks, all the tuition charges for up to four weeks, actual housing costs incurred, and a maximum total of $500 for non-refundable charges.
    - For an enrollment period of 12 weeks or more, all the tuition charges for up to six weeks, actual housing costs incurred by the institution, and a maximum total of $500 for nonrefundable charges.

GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs
If you cancel the GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs anytime before the start or during your Undergraduate/Graduate Preparation Program, your deposit will be refunded.

Your remaining tuition and accommodation fees will be subject to the Concordia refund terms found on the following site:
http://www.concordia-ny.edu/academics/catalog-and-calendar.cfm

Withdrawal

GO: Prepared program
If you are unable to complete your course after beginning studies, the following tuition refunds apply.

6b (i) First Period of Financial Obligation (Initial Enrollment)

For students whose last day of attendance occurs at any point in the first four weeks, Kings will retain all charges applicable to the first four weeks.

For students whose last date of attendance occurs after the first four weeks but before or at the mid-point of their period of financial obligation, Kings will retain a prorated amount of tuition.

For students whose last date of attendance occurs after the midpoint, Kings will retain all of the charges for that period.

6b (ii) Subsequent Periods of Financial Obligation or Enrollment periods (Extensions)

For students who have completed the first period of financial obligation or extended their enrollment at Kings, but whose last date of attendance occurs before or at the midpoint of any subsequent period of financial obligation, Kings will retain a prorated amount of tuition for that period.

For students whose last date of attendance occurs after the midpoint of any subsequent period of financial obligation, Kings will retain all of the tuition for that period.

If you are enrolled in GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering and GO: Art and Design programs and wish to cancel that, please refer to the Cancellation policy.

GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs
If you wish to withdraw from the program, you will adhere to the Concordia College withdrawal rules and regulations found on the following site:
http://www.concordia-ny.edu/academics/catalog-and-calendar.cfm

6c. Cancellation of accommodation

To cancel accommodation, a minimum of four weeks notice must be given in writing to Kings staff. A refund will be made of the unused accommodation fee less the applicable notice period.

Students who move out without giving the proper notice period, or who must leave the residence due to conduct or disciplinary reasons, will be charged 4 weeks accommodation fees in lieu of notice. A partial week may be counted as one week’s accommodation.n.

6d. Cancellation of Insurance

Insurance will be charged for all used weeks. A pro-rata refund will be made of the unused weeks. Students who do not give notification of cancellation (no show) or withdrawal will be charged the cost incurred from the start date to the date of determination of withdrawal/cancellation.

7. General notes on refunds

GO: Prepared program

  • Bank charges — all refunds are paid minus any bank charges.
  • Refunds are made to the fee-payer.
  • Accommodation deposits — will be refunded to the fee-payer after deductions for any disbursements or damages.
  • Late arrivals — no refunds are given for time missed due to arriving late for courses.
  • Refund Due Dates
    • If you never attend class (no-show) or cancel prior to the class start date, all refunds will be made within 45 days of the first scheduled date of class or the date of cancellation, whichever is earlier.
    • If you withdraw, the refund due will be calculated using the last date of attendance and will be paid within 45 days for the documented date of determination. The date of determination is (a) the date you give notice of withdrawal to Kings; (b) the date Kings administratively withdraws you, or (c) the date Kings terminates you due to your failure to adhere to our attendance, conduct, or student progress policy. If you provide advanced notice of withdrawal such that the 45-day window ends before the last date of attendance, the refund will be paid within 45 calendar days from the last date of attendance.
  • All tuition and non-tuition refunds will be calculated using regular published tuition rates. Any applied promotion or past pricing will no longer be valid.
  • Prorated refunds will be calculated on a weekly basis. When determining the number of weeks, Kings will consider a partial week the same as if a whole week were completed if you were present at least one day during the scheduled week.
  • In the event of Kings cancelling or terminating a course, a full refund of all unused fees will be made.
  • Non-refundable fees include courier fee, registration fee, airport transfer, campus support fee and housing application fee. Refund amounts will be based on a student’s last date of attendance.
  • In the event no notice of withdrawal (written or verbal) is provided, Kings will automatically administratively withdraw the student after s/he has been absent for 10 consecutive school days (excluding scheduled breaks) and complete a refund calculation.
  • If you have enrolled with Kings through an agency, you have a contractual relationship with your agent that may affect your ability to obtain a refund. Payments made via an agency will be refunded through the agent and you will need to speak to your agency to confirm your final refund amount.

GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs
Refunds for students who withdraw during the course of the academic term will be provided in accordance with the Concordia refund policy:
www.concordia-ny.edu/academics/catalog-and-calendar.cfm

8. Academic decisions

Kings and/or Concordia reserves the right to determine the best study plan for any student and to exclude from class any student who, for reasons of performance or ability, is not qualified to enter or remain in that class. For Undergraduate/Graduate Preparation, students are accepted into a study plan with understanding that successful completion of the study plan is contingent on satisfactory attendance and attainment of specified grades.

Students who do not meet the criteria for successful completion will not be allowed to proceed with their original study plan. Students may be offered alternative study options, including, but not limited to, retaking their course, and/or a change in their study plan. A change in study plan may involve additional time and cost with regard to tuition and accommodation fees.

Students are accepted in good faith into the Kings program on the basis that the certification they provide meets the admissions criteria. If, however, the results from assessments upon arrival indicate that a student’s level of English or academic proficiency is significantly different than the one claimed and is lower than the one required for their program, then the student will be formally advised of the results and of applicable options. A change in study plan may involve additional time and cost with regard to tuition and accommodation fees.

A student, either individually or through his/her representative, who has submitted any documentation or certification to meet the admissions criteria which is later found to have been falsified is subject to immediate expulsion from the Kings program.

9. Discipline

If your work, attendance, or conduct is unsatisfactory you will be subject to Kings and/or Concordia disciplinary procedures. These procedures may lead ultimately to suspension or expulsion. Travel and other costs incurred as a result of suspension or expulsion must be met by the student or student’s guardian.

Attendance is compulsory for all students and is a condition of a US student visa. Nonattendance of students holding a Kings I-20 is reported to the Department of Homeland Security.

GO: Prepared program
Students attending the Kings Undergraduate/Graduate Preparation program will be governed by and subject to Kings' standards of academic conduct. Students residing in accommodation provided by Concordia College are subject to, and must adhere to, Concordia College’s Community Standards found at:
www.concordia-ny.edu/academics/catalog-and-calendar.cfm

GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs
Students attending these programs will be governed by and adhere to Concordia College standards of academic conduct and Concordia College’s Community Standards:
www.concordia-ny.edu/academics/catalog-and-calendar.cfm

10. Accommodation

All students will be accommodated in housing facilities on campus at Concordia College. Housing assignments will be made only after receipt of the housing application form, and placements will be based on arrival time, duration of program and student’s age.

All students are expected to abide by Concordia College housing policies found in the student handbook:
www.concordia-ny.edu/academics/catalog-and-calendar.cfm

Students arriving between 10pm and 6am or arriving outside of the designated start dates may be asked to book alternative accommodation until accommodation becomes available and/or be required to book an airport transfer.

GO: Prepared program

  • Accommodation weeks are from Sunday to Saturday. Arrivals past 10pm require an airport transfer.
  • Any student arriving Saturday and/or departing Sunday will be charged for (an) extra night(s) and must book an airport transfer.
  • Any student arriving Monday–Friday will be charged a full week and must book an airport transfer.

GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs
If you wish to cancel accommodation during these programs, you will adhere to the Concordia rules and regulations found in the Concordia student handbook:
www.concordia-ny.edu/academics/catalog-and-calendar.cfm

11. Insurance

All Kings students must have appropriate accident and medical insurance during their time in the USA. Insurance to cover personal property, breakages, loss and damage is also strongly recommended.

GO: Prepared program
Insurance is provided through Kings. Students will be automatically invoiced for insurance throughout the full length of their program. Insurance booked through Kings is charged at a weekly rate.

GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs
All Kings students are required to purchase a health insurance plan written specifically for them by Concordia College.

Information about the plan is available on the following web page:
www.concordia-ny.edu/student-life/health-services.cfm

12. Publicity materials

Kings Education periodically uses electronic and traditional media for publicity or educational purposes.

In signing these Terms & Conditions, permission is given to Kings and its agents to use the student’s image (photographs and/or video) and personal educational records for use in Kings publications, including, but not limited to, videos, emails, recruiting brochures, newsletters, and magazines, and to use the student’s image in electronic versions of the same publications or on the Kings website or other electronic forms of media.

This permission may be revoked at any time upon providing written notice to Kings. Until such revocation is made, this consent shall remain in effect with the student’s educational records and image continuing to be available to Kings for use in publications.

The right to inspect or approve the finished photographs or printed or electronic matter that may be used in conjunction with them now or in the future is also hereby waived.

13. Federal Holidays and College Closure

GO: Prepared program
Tuition is not given on federal holidays (2019: January 21, May 27, July 4, September 2, November 28 – 29). Kings is also closed 23 December 2019 – 5 January 2020 inclusive.

GO: 50, GO: 100, GO: Engineering, GO: Rochester and GO: Art and Design programs
The typical academic term includes a number of holiday breaks. See Concordia Academic Calendar for exact dates:
www.concordia-ny.edu/academics/catalog-and-calendar.cfm.

No refund or compensation is given for lessons missed due to holidays or other official class cancellations.

14. Liability

Kings will not be liable under any circumstances for any failure to provide any services whatsoever if that failure is caused directly or indirectly by actions or circumstances beyond Kings’ control. Any damage caused by a student to college property or to a residence, whether intentional or not, will be charged to the student or students responsible. Students in residential accommodation are jointly liable for shared facilities and Kings reserves the right to recover costs for damage and exceptional cleaning at any time.

Students hereby voluntarily release, hold harmless and agree to indemnify Kings, its agents, officers, employees, successors and assigns from any liability resulting from any claims, suits, procedures, costs, expenses, including attorney’s fees, and causes of action of whatever kind or nature, including, but not limited to, a claim of Kings’ negligence, resulting from any damage, loss, personal injury, disability, medical expenses, property damage or theft, arising from or out of the student's attendance or participation in the Kings program.

15. Student information

At the time of application, students are requested to sign a release form authorizing Kings and Concordia College to share information about the student with designated officials of the College, Kings, parents and/or representatives. It is part of the unique nature of the GO programs that Kings provides constant feedback about academic performance and/or financial issues to individuals involved in the student’s success.

16. Jurisdiction

In any dispute arising out of this contract, the parties expressly agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the USA having jurisdiction in the matter in question.

17. Medical intervention

The student or guardian (if under 18) grants authorization and consent to Kings to administer general first aid treatment for any minor injuries or illnesses experienced by the student. If the injury or illness is life threatening or in need of emergency treatment, Kings is authorized to summon any and all professional emergency personnel to attend, transport, and treat the student and to issue consent for any X-ray, anesthetic, blood transfusion, medication, or other medical diagnosis, treatment, or hospital care deemed advisable by, and to be rendered under the general supervision of, any licensed physician, surgeon, dentist, hospital, or other medical professional or institution duly licensed to practice in the state in which such treatment is to occur. The student or guardian agrees to assume financial responsibility for all expenses of such care. Once medical/hospital treatment is completed, the student may be released back to Kings. The student or guardian (if under 18) agrees to allow Kings to contact and speak with the student's physician/dentist.

If you feel contrary to this, please advise us in writing, so that we may keep a copy of this in the student's file and we therefore act in accordance with your wishes. Students will be required to provide medical history documentation prior to arrival in the US.

18. Activities and excursions

It is understood that students may participate in off-site social activities and excursions organized by Kings and/or external providers.

If your child is under 18, a guardian's permission is understood to be given for them to participate. Please advise Kings in writing if permission is not given in order to act accordingly.

19. University Progression

Students must meet the admissions requirements of all host and progression institutions in which they intend to transfer. All host and progression institutions reserve the right to amend their admission criteria independent of Kings.

For programs at UW Oshkosh

Last updated June 2019

Kings reserves the right to change prices, to cancel or change courses and to amend timetables at any time prior to enrollment and to make additions or amendments to these terms and conditions by giving one month written notice to all affected parties.

1. Application

Application Fee: There is a non-refundable application fee payable before the processing of your application. You or your agent must send your completed application form with relevant transcripts and any supplementary documentation to Kings USA Admissions. We will acknowledge your application within 24 hours (Monday to Friday) and, if accepted, send an offer of a place within 4-5 working days.

2. Acceptance of a place

To accept your place you will need to make a deposit payment. Once this payment is received we will hold your place until the balance of fees becomes due. Your place may become at risk if we do not receive your payment on time.

Several factors influence the amount stipulated as a deposit, the timing and the specific rules and regulations to apply. These specific rules and details will be shared with you and as such, you shall be responsible accordingly. All deposits shall be applied to the first semester of the GO: Madison program.

3. Visa documentation

Once we have received your deposit, we will hold a place and send all relevant visa documentation including the I-20, provided that you have submitted proof of financial solvency and all other financial requirements. Please advise us as soon as your visa is granted.

4. Payment of fees

All fees are due All fees are due by the date indicated on the Pathway invoice. Your place may be at risk if we do not receive payment on time. Fees can be paid by money order, credit card, or bank transfer.

Bank charges for both sending and receiving banks are payable by the sender. Payment by credit card is subject to a surcharge of 2% for Visa and MasterCard, AMEX 3.5%.

You will not be allowed to attend classes if fees are outstanding. You will be required to leave the course if you are not able to produce payment or proof of payment.

5. Cancellation

If your visa is refused, please send us a copy of the visa refusal letter. Upon receipt of this letter, all fees will be refunded.

If you cancel the GO: Madison anytime before the start or arrival, your deposit, tuition, accommodation and comprehensive fee will be refunded. The registration fee and courier fee (if used) are non-refundable.

6. Withdrawal

If you wish to withdraw from the GO: Madison program, the following terms will apply for tuition:

During Week 1: 100%
During Week 2: 100%
During Week 3: 50%
During Week 4: 50%
During Week 5 and later: No refund

A $50 administrative withdrawal fee will be subtracted from your refund if you withdraw during the 100% refund period.

The Comprehensive Fee and all other fees are non-refundable.

Cancellation of Accommodation and/or Meal Plan

GO: Prepared

On Campus Residential accommodation is mandatory for the GO: Prepared program. Upon withdrawal from the program, or if the residence waiver form to live off campus is approved, any current term and the following term are non refundable. All future terms beyond the 1 term notice period will be refunded.

The meal plan is included with the On Campus Residential accommodation in a package price and cannot be cancelled during the GO: Prepared program.

GO: Madison program

On Campus Residential accommodation is mandatory for the GO: Madison program. Upon withdrawal from the program, or if the residence waiver form to live off campus is approved, any current semester and the following semester are non refundable. All future semesters beyond the 1 semester notice period will be refunded.

The meal plan can only be cancelled for future semesters in these circumstances:

  • after 2 semesters of the GO: Madison program
  • after 2 terms of GO: Prepared program and 1 semester of GO: Madison program
  • after 3 terms of GO: Prepared program if starting the GO: Madison program

7. General notes on refunds

  • Bank charges — all refunds are paid minus any bank charges.
  • Refunds are made to the fee-payer.
  • Accommodation deposits — will be refunded to the fee-payer after deductions for any disbursements or damages.
  • Late arrivals — no refunds are given for time missed due to arriving late for courses.
  • Expulsions — no refund will be given to students who are terminated/ expelled due to violation of Kings of UWC written disciplinary and/or attendance policies or local, state or federal law.
  • Refund Due Dates — for cancellations and withdrawals, if eligible for a refund, the refund will be paid within 45 days from the documented date of determination of cancellation or withdrawal.
  • All used service fees are non refundable (airport transfer, courier, comprehensive fee).
  • If you have enrolled with Kings through an agency, you have a contractual relationship with your agent that may affect your ability to obtain a refund. Payments made via agency will be refunded through the agent and you will need to speak to your agency to confirm your final refund amount.
  • All tuition and non-tuition refunds will be calculated using regular published tuition rates. Any applied promotion or past pricing will no longer be valid.

8. Academic decisions

University of Wisconsin Colleges (UWC) and/or Kings reserves the right to determine the best study plan for any student and to exclude from class any student who, for reasons of performance or ability, is not qualified to enter or remain in that class.

Students are accepted in good faith into the program on the basis that the certification they provide meets the admissions criteria. If, however, the results from assessments upon arrival indicate that a student’s level of English or academic proficiency is significantly different than the one claimed and is lower than the one required for their program, then the student will be formally advised of the results and of applicable options. A change in study plan may involve additional time and cost with regard to tuition and accommodation fees.

A student, either individually or through his/her representative, who has submitted any documentation or certification to meet the admissions criteria which is later found to have been falsified is subject to immediate expulsion from the program.

9. Discipline

If your work, attendance, or conduct is unsatisfactory you will be subject to University of UWC and/or Kings disciplinary procedures. These procedures may lead ultimately to suspension or expulsion. Travel and other costs incurred as a result of suspension or expulsion must be met by the student or student’s guardian.

Attendance is compulsory for all students and is a condition of a US student visa. Nonattendance of students holding a Kings I-20 is reported to the Department of Homeland Security.

Student Handbook and Policies can be found here: http://uwc.edu/students/handbook-policies

10. Accommodation

Residential accommodation is mandatory for 2 years. The meal plan is mandatory for 1 year. Housing assignments will be made only after receipt of the deposit, and placements will be based on a number of factors, including arrival date and age.

Only students who have been approved to live off campus may move out. Otherwise all student must continue to live in and pay for the residence as a part of the residence requirement of the program. Failure to do so will result in dismissal from the program and termination of the I-20.

All students are expected to abide by residential policies found in the housing agreement provided upon arrival.

Students arriving between 10pm and 6am or arriving outside of the designated start dates may be asked to book alternative accommodation until accommodation becomes available and/or be required to book an airport transfer.

11. Insurance

All students will be automatically enrolled in a US-based medical insurance upon arrival.

12. Publicity materials

Kings Education periodically uses electronic and traditional media for publicity or educational purposes. In signing these Terms & Conditions, permission is given to Kings and its agents to use the student’s image (photographs and/or video) and personal educational records for use in Kings publications, including, but not limited to, videos, emails, recruiting brochures, newsletters, and magazines, and to use the student’s image in electronic versions of the same publications or on the Kings website or other electronic forms of media.

This permission may be revoked at any time upon providing written notice to Kings. Until such revocation is made, this consent shall remain in effect with the student’s educational records and image continuing to be available to Kings for use in publications.

The right to inspect or approve the finished photographs or printed or electronic matter that may be used in conjunction with them now or in the future is also hereby waived.

13. Federal Holidays and College Closure

The typical academic term includes a number of holiday breaks. See UWC Academic Calendar for exact dates: http://www.uwc.edu/academics/calendar.

No refund or compensation is given for lessons missed due to holidays or other official class cancellations.

14. Liability

Kings will not be liable under any circumstances for any failure to provide any services whatsoever if that failure is caused directly or indirectly by actions or circumstances beyond Kings' control. Any damage caused by a student to college property or to a residence, whether intentional or not, will be charged to the student or students responsible. Students in residential accommodation are jointly liable for shared facilities and Kings reserves the right to recover costs for damage and exceptional cleaning at any time.

Students hereby voluntarily release, hold harmless and agree to indemnify Kings, its agents, officers, employees, successors and assigns from any liability resulting from any claims, suits, procedures, costs, expenses, including attorney’s fees, and causes of action of whatever kind or nature, including, but not limited to, a claim of Kings’ negligence, resulting from any damage, loss, personal injury, disability, medical expenses, property damage or theft, arising from or out of the student's attendance or participation in the Kings program.

15. Student information

At the time of application, students are requested to sign a release form authorizing Kings and UWC to share information about the student with designated officials of the College, Kings, parents and/or representatives. It is part of the unique nature of the GO: Madison program that Kings provides constant feedback about academic performance and/or financial issues to individuals involved in the student’s success.

16. Jurisdiction

In any dispute arising out of this contract, the parties expressly agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the USA having jurisdiction in the matter in question.

17. Medical intervention

The student or guardian (if under 18) grants authorization and consent to Kings and UWC to administer general first aid treatment for any minor injuries or illnesses experienced by the student. If the injury or illness is life threatening or in need of emergency treatment, Kings is authorized to summon any and all professional emergency personnel to attend, transport, and treat the student and to issue consent for any X-ray, anesthetic, blood transfusion, medication, or other medical diagnosis, treatment, or hospital care deemed advisable by, and to be rendered under the general supervision of, any licensed physician, surgeon, dentist, hospital, or other medical professional or institution duly licensed to practice in the state in which such treatment is to occur. The student or guardian agrees to assume financial responsibility for all expenses of such care. Once medical/hospital treatment is completed, the student may be released back to Kings. The student or guardian (if under 18) agrees to allow Kings and UWC to contact and speak with the student's physician/dentist.

If you feel contrary to this, please advise us in writing, so that we may keep a copy of this in the student's file and we therefore act in accordance with your wishes. Students will be required to provide medical history documentation prior to arrival in the US.

18. Activities and excursions

It is understood that students may participate in off-site social activities and excursions organized by Kings, UWC, and/or external providers.

If your child is under 18, a guardian's permission is understood to be given for them to participate. Please advise Kings in writing if permission is not given in order to act accordingly.

19. University Progression

Students must meet the admissions requirements of all host and progression institutions in which they intend to transfer. All host and progression institutions reserve the right to amend their admission criteria independent of Kings and UWC.

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