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Terms and Conditions of enrolment

 

It is understood that, unless you contact the College regarding the following Terms and Conditions of Enrolment, you have read and understood these Terms and Conditions of Enrolment and agree to accept them. Any future amendments will be advised to you as they occur.

  • Wesley College reserves the right to refuse any application for enrolment without providing any reason.
  • Wesley College reserves the right to cancel the proposed enrolment of a student should we determine that we are not able to meet the specific needs of the student.
  • All students are required to attend an interview with a senior educator. This is to ensure that, as far as possible, Wesley College is able to provide an appropriate course of study for the student.
  • Signatories to the Acceptance of Offer acknowledge that they are jointly and severally responsible for all fees, of whatsoever nature and kind, payable as a result of enrolling a child at Wesley College. Responsibility for these fees subsists with all enrolling signatories irrespective of what may happen to the relationship (if any) of enrolling signatories and irrespective of any Court Orders or Child Support Assessments, Orders or Agreements as between enrolling signatories. Enrolling signatories also acknowledge and understand that Wesley College is not bound by any Court Orders or Child Support Assessments, Orders or Agreements as between enrolling signatories. Where more than one person signs the Acceptance of Offer but payment is made by only one of the enrolling signatories, the enrolling signatories acknowledge that they remain throughout the attendance of the child at Wesley College jointly and severally responsible for all fees of whatsoever nature and kind, payable as a result of enrolling their child at Wesley College.
  • Signatories to the Acceptance of Offer shall be responsible for the payment of all fees, avoidable breakages, damage to College properties by a student, and/or of College property (eg library books, musical instruments, notebook computers etc) – unless otherwise negotiated with Admissions.
  • Fees are subject to increase at any time without notice. Should this be necessary and a parent feels he or she cannot accept the
    increase, the obligation to give a term’s notice of the removal of a student (see clause 9, below) will be waived. The parent must, however, give notice in writing within a fortnight of the alteration being announced that the student will be removed.
  • Charges in addition to the published fees may be incurred if students require additional integration aides, special services or English as a Second Language support not completely covered by Government funding.
  • No student will be permitted to return to the College while any part of a fee instalment is in arrears, unless the College Executive
    Management Team expressly waives this condition.
  • A term’s notice in writing to the Head of Campus must be given before the removal of a student, otherwise a charge equivalent to a term’s fees will apply.
  • A pro rata charge is made for new students entering the College for the first time after a term has commenced. If a student leaves during a term without giving a term’s notice, no refund will be made for the remaining portion of that fee instalment.
  • A holding fee of 25% of the applicable Tuition Fees for the year level is required if students take leave of absence from their studies at Wesley College. The amount charged is calculated according to the time on leave. It is applicable for leave covering a minimum of one term to a maximum of one year. One term’s notice in writing to Admissions is required.