An application for a refund must be made in writing to the Principal of London School of Careers
and must include the name of the student and the reason for the withdrawal. Refunded
monies will be in the same currency in which the fees were paid, unless payment in that currency
is impracticable.

For Students enrolling outside United Kingdom

a. LSC agrees to refund all prepaid fees, without deduction within two weeks where a student’s application for enrolment is refused by LSC.

b. LSC agrees to refund all prepaid course fees, without deduction within two weeks where LSC cancels the course or the commencement of the course is postponed for more than four weeks

c. Where the Entry Clearance Officer does not award 30 points for a CAS Letter/ Visa Letter provided by the college on the basis that the CAS/Visa Letter is not valid, refund will be made less a £450 administrative charge.

 

For students enrolling from within UK

1. Applicants must advise LSC in writing of their intention to withdraw from a course.

2. For written cancellation received three (3) or more weeks prior to commencement of a course, a full refund of fees less £450 administration costs will be made.

3. For cancellation less than three weeks prior to commencement of a course, fees are non refundable.

4. For cancellation after commencement of a course, fees are non-refundable.

5. For cancellation due to medical/emergency reasons only, students must attend an interview with the Principal. Any fees or unused portion thereof may be held in credit for student’s use within a 12 month period, and an administration fee will apply.

6. Where a course is cancelled for any reason by LSC and alternative courses do not suit the applicant, a full refund of fees will be made.

 

SITUATIONS WHERE DEPOSITS PAID ARE NOT REFUNDABLE WOULD BE IF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING HAPPENS:

 

1. Where the Home office or Entry Clearance Officer has awarded 30 points for CAS letter/Visa Letter.

2. Where a student cancels after being awarded 30 points or more on CAS Letter/Visa Letter by the Home office or Entry Clearance Officer.

3. Where the Home office or the Entry Clearance Office awards 0 point for maintenance fund.

4. Where a student does not co-operate with the Entry Clearance Officer (where he/she refuses to submit  any  required  document  which  could  have  helped  in  ensuring  a  successful  visa application).

5. Where the Entry Clearance Officer or the Home officefinds or alleges that documents submitted in support of application are not genuine

6. Where a student fails to disclose all his/her past immigration history with Home officewhich could have affected the college decision concerning his/her admission.

7. Where a student still decides to go ahead with a visa application/renewal when he/she has been advised by the college against the decision.

8. Where the student decides to withdraw from their course after arrival in the UK, or where the students enrolment is terminated due to non-attendance, non-payment of fees and/or noncompliance with the school’s code of practice and policies.

9. Where there is evidence that the student has a criminal record and as a result of this the Entry Clearance Officer or the Home officerefuses to grant the visa application.

10. Where an applicant has been previously banned by the Home officeor British High Commission from applying for a visa to enter the UK in any capacity.

11. Deposits paid for any other application made not in accordance with immigration rules.

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Tel: 020 8694 2825
Email: info@lscareer.co.uk

 

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