Rules and Regulation:
These regulations include those affecting both your academic experience and the wider experience at the College. It is the responsibility of every student to ensure they are familiar with these policies and regulations.
Students are responsible to register and pay necessary fees for all external examinations. Please note not all examinations are conducted at the College, examination centres are allocated by the awarding body and the College will assist you in this process.
Any Student who has to re-sit examinations will be required to re-register and pay Re-sit fees. This amount will depend on the numbers of modules failed and it will be calculated on a pro rata basis. Students are required to attend classes.
We do not encourage our student to withdraw from programme. However, If you decide that you can no longer continue with your course, and would like to withdraw, we advice that you talk to your personal tutor/ programme leader who might be able to help. If after discussion and withdrawing turns out to be the only option, you must complete a notification of leave form and hand it to the programme leader straight away. It is important that you hand in the form to us as soon as you’ve decided to withdraw. If not, you may be liable for course fees.
All withdrawals are conducted under terms and conditions. Students will not be eligible for any refunds and will be liable to pay any outstanding fees at the time of withdrawal.
Q: When is the course starting?
A: Most of the short courses start every two months. For more information about the start date of a specific course, click on the actual course from our list of courses for more information.
Q: I am not a member of EU; do I pay the same fee as member of EU?
A: If you are not a member of EU or a UK resident, you are referred to as international student so your fee is slightly more.
Q: What is the course fee?
A:You can find the course fee by clicking on�Fee Structure�at the bottom of our home page.
Q: How do I apply/enrol on the course?
A: On the homepage you will find a list of our courses arranged in categories, click on your course of interest. You will then be directed to a page with the course information, on this page you will find�APPLY NOW. Click on apply now and follow the steps.
Q: What happens after I apply?
A: We will review your application and send you an email to confirm we have received it. If you meet the entry requirements, you may be call for an interview in order to ensure that the course is right for you and if so, you will be offer a place.
Q: Can I pay by instalment?
A: Yes you can, however, the payment pattern will need to be agreed with the finance department.
Q: I am unemployed, does this course has a concession?
A: You may be eligible. Speak to member of admission team.
Our open day gives you the opportunity to take a tour of the campus and have a 1-1 discussion with our dedicated members of staff.
Do not miss this great opportunity of knowing what Croydon School of Accountancy and Management is all about.
Start: September 2nd – 7th 2019
Time: 9am – 5pm
We are open each day from 9am-5pm for those of you still looking for a place for next February 2020 intake.
Register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch to let you know when booking opens.