Terms & Conditions

Follow our Terms and Conditions to have the best experience with SEDA. Here you can get to know what we expect from you as a SEDA student and see our rules about our courses, teachers and activities.

Before apply, please read our Terms:

1/ Your completed enrolment form must be submitted with the full payment for your course. Please note that your course fees do not include registration or exam fees, unless specifically notified by SEDA in writing.

2/ All Awarding Body ‘Registration & Examination fees’ are to be paid to the administration at the same time as the student’s “Course” fees. Please note: any student who does not wish to pay for their Registration and/or Examination fees at this point will not be considered for enrolment with SEDA.

3/ All students are required to complete a level test.

4/ By accepting an offer made by SEDA, through payment of the relevant fees stated at the time of initial application, a student enters into a contract with SEDA for the period for which those fees have been paid. This period is stated on the applicant’s enrolment letter, detailed from “Course Commencement date through to “Course Completion date”

5/ Due to the possibility of unforeseen circumstances during the semester, student timetables may change throughout the year. Every effort will be made in-order to avoid such unexpected changes. Should a timetable change be necessary, SEDA would not be liable under any circumstances. No compensation or form of refund would be given in the event of a change.

6/ SEDA reserves the right to suspend or expel any student who does not fulfil their visa requirements. The same applies for behavioural disruption at the college. In both instances, no refund of fees will be given.

7/ Overseas students are reminded that they must comply with GNIB regulations. Further details are available either from the administration upon request, or directly from the GNIB website.

8/ Where applicable, the student must seek and obtain a certificate of eligibility from the appropriate professional institute and pay the registration fee directly to the respective body.

9/ In-order to adhere to GNIB & the Department of Education & Science guidelines, holders of a student visa are advised that SEDA is obliged to ensure that all full-time courses are delivered over a period of a minimum of 15 hours per week.

10/ Students are required to attend all English classes, mock and final examinations and to submit written work as required by teachers.

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