Admissions: Terms and Conditions
1. The minimum age for registration at RESULTS Consortium is 18 years.
2. The prospective students submit their application to the admissions team as per their chosen course.
3. The application will be assessed based on the eligibility criteria set forth by the course awarding body and the college.
4. The students who meet the eligibility criteria will be selected for further assessment including interview.
5. Students are required to submit all required documents (as per the check list) during the assessment process.
6. If any document is not submitted within the stipulated timeframe, the application will not be processed further.
7. The successful students will be provided a conditional place.
8. The unconditional place will be offered on fulfilling the conditions specified.
9. Students who are currently employed or have work experience in the past, are required to submit the proof of their employment, which may be verified as a part of the admission process.
10. Students who are self-funding the course can pay the fees by bank draft or bank transfer (the mode and details will be explained in the conditional offer letter)
11. If the students are financially supported by any public funding bodies, or any other sponsorship, confirmation from the relevant body is required for the unconditional place in the college.
12. No letters will be provided until the above clauses (08, 10, 11) are met.
13. The college reserves the right, at any time to make changes that may be deemed necessary in admission requirements, tuition fees, policies & procedures and academic programmes prior to the start of any course.
14. If it is discovered that a false statement has been made or has not provided significant information along with the student’s application form, the college may withdraw or amend its offer, or terminate the student’s registration with the college and also with the awarding body, according to the circumstances.
15. The college reserves the right to verify any document submitted by the student at any time during the admission processes or even during the term time.
16. The college reserves the right to cancel any course if the minimum number of students are not registered.
17. The students are required to attend a minimum of 16 hours’ lecture per week.
18. Attendance is mandatory and the candidates failing to achieve the required threshold shall be expelled from the course and the college.
19. If the students are supported by any public funding bodies, or through any sponsorship, the respective body will be notified about the expulsion.
20. If the students have been observed for any sort of delinquency towards other students or towards the teaching and non-teaching staffs, they will be dismissed from the college.
21. The college is not responsible or liable for any loss or damage of the students’ property; students are advised to insure their property against risks.
22. Any refund of tuition fees and/or reduction in tuition fee liability is at the discretion of the college.
23. All refunds will only be made to the bank and account holder that originally paid the fee. Refunds are not made in cash.
24. No fees will be refunded if the candidate is expelled by the College.
25. Where a student undertakes an approved temporary suspension of their studies, tuition fees already paid will not normally be refunded but retained until studies are resumed or permanent withdrawal occurs. Students who suspend their studies remain liable to pay any outstanding fees which may be due at the point of suspension.
26. If any student withdraws from the course after registration, the student must pay the fee for the time they studied with the college and for the academic year for which they are registered. The decision about any refund and also about the amount to be refunded depends on the circumstances of the withdrawal.
27. If the students are supported by any public funding bodies, or if they are under any other sponsorships, the college has the right to claim the fees from the relevant body for that particular term or for that academic year depending upon the time the student studied with the college.
28. The college believes in equal opportunity and no discrimination is encouraged on the basis of age, gender, disabilities, religious or political beliefs, or any other unique or individual qualities.
29. The students are requested to disclose any sort of disability (physical, mental or educational) in the college application form or at any stage during the admission process so that the college can provide appropriate support and consideration throughout their study term. The college will process all personal and sensitive data in accordance with the GDPR.
30. Students with disabilities are required to ensure that they have submitted all relevant information and documentary evidence in relation to their disability, and the evidence should be within the last one year prior to the course commencement. The students who need special support are also required to sign a disability form (confidential document).
31. Results aims to give up to date information for our website at all times. However, it may occasionally be unable to run an advertised course for reasons of operational viability and student experience. If we are unable to run an advertised course or is only available at a different campus, we will advise applicants and enrolled students as soon as possible in writing. In such circumstances, wherever feasible, we will offer an alternative course or campus to study to the applicants and students.
32. Students are very much required to understand the following policies:
- Data protection (GDPR)
- College policy on fraud
- Attendance policy
- Disciplinary procedure
33. Before enrolling with the college, the students are required to be familiarised with the entire terms & conditions and various policies & procedures available on our website: https://www.resultsco.org.uk/home/policies