If an international student fails to obtain a student visa or withdraws before the academic programme begins, then they will receive a refund of all tuition fees paid.
If an international student decides to withdraw after the academic year has begun they must complete a Withdrawal Form and provide any supporting documentation to the Registrar and International Students Advisor.
A refund of tuition fees paid less costs, which will not exceed 10% of the total fees paid or $500 whichever is the lesser, will be made to any student who withdraws and applies in writing to the Registrar within 2 weeks (14 calendar days) of the commencement of a semester.
If an international student is granted permanent residency within 20 days of the commencement of an academic year, then the student will receive a refund of international fees and will be charged domestic tuition fees.
If an international student is granted permanent residency after more than 20 days of the commencement of the academic year, then they will receive no refund of their tuition fees until the following year when they will be charged as a domestic student.
The College deposits the equivalent of all student fees in a Statutory Trust account. If the College ceases to provide the course of study as contracted with the international student, or ceases to be a signatory to the Code, fees paid for services not provided, or the unused portion of fees paid will be transferred to another provider or refunded to the student.