Students should ensure they read these terms and conditions very carefully before signing their application for enrollment. These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between the parties and supersede any promises, representations, warranties, whether written or oral, made by or on behalf of one party to the other. We reserve the right to vary these terms and conditions with-out your consent at any time prior to entering a contract with you. In such circumstances, we will provide you with a revised set of terms and conditions. Nothing in these terms and conditions will exclude any liability which one party would otherwise have to the other party in respect of any statements made fraudulently.
All students agree to be bound by the regulations and procedures of WSU, as amended from time to time. These can be found at www.wsu.education. Any reference in these terms to liability of students shall also infer liability on the parents or guardian of the students
to the extent the students are minors and such liability is joint and several. WSU may assign or sub-contract, some or all of the benefit and or burden of this agreement without any approval from students.
Application, confirmation payment:
Students should complete their application and submit it to the WSU admissions office.
When accepted, the student will be requested to sign an enrollment agreement. The amount of the deposit required will be shown in the offer letter. Other payment terms depend on the specific program. No payments in cash or to third parties will be accepted as proof of payment. Students are not allowed to make payments to third parties and WSU will not be held responsible in any way for payments not paid directly to the WSU bank account.
You may defer the start of your course, on the grounds that you have been prevented by some events from starting your course, up to a maximum of two times. You must ensure that your request to defer, with a full explanation of your reason for the request, is presented in
writing and sent to the WSU admissions office at least four weeks before your course start date. This should also include details of your preferred new start date for your course.
All deferrals are subject to the availability of your chosen new course start date at the time we receive your request to defer.
All payments should be made in full pursuant to the payment plan. If bank or credit card charges are incurred by WSU on such payments, through no fault of WSU, these will be re-invoiced to the student’s account so that WSU receives the payment in full. Any variation to standard payment terms must be by prior arrangement and agreed in writing. Fees remain payable if a” notice of withdrawal” has not been given in accordance with these conditions.
Late Tuition Fees Payment:
In case of students being late more than one month in paying the tuition fees, the university holds the right to apply late fees penalty and/or un-enroll the student from the semester, course or year. If the student is over 3 months late in payment, the university holds the
right to expel the student totally from the program.”
Students are accepted into the program on the strict understanding that progression through the course and successful completion of the course is conditional upon satisfactory attendance and successful attainment of specified progression grades. The assessment of student performance will take into consideration:
In such cases, students will be offered advice on suitable alternative study plans that may involve additional time and expenditure with regard to tuition and accommodation fees.