Terms & Conditions of Enrolment
To ensure a place on the course of your choice, the College strongly recommends that applicants enroll early by completing and signing this application form and returning with a booking deposit of €250. Application forms which are not signed cannot be processed. Forms will be accepted at the College reception, by fax or by post.
Applicants can also enroll online at http://www.corkcitycollege.com
Upon receipt of a successful application, formal notification of acceptance and of programme commencement dates and fees will be sent to applicants by post, e-mail or fax.
All information contained in College promotional material is intended as a guide for persons seeking admission to Cork City College and shall not be deemed to constitute a contract or the terms thereof between the College and a student or any third party. The College reserves the right to cancel, suspend or modify in any way the contents of all promotional material.
The College makes every effort to avoid altering programme commencement and conclusion dates. However, should any change be necessary, applicants will be notified at the earliest possible opportunity.
All courses run subject to demand and the formation of a viable class cohort. The College reserves the right not to provide an advertised programme if an insufficient number of students apply. Applicants will be notified of any such changes at the earliest possible opportunity.
A booking deposit of €250 is required to secure a place on a particular course and, in all cases, fees must be paid in full 7 working days prior to course commencement.
A refund of the deposit, less an administrative fee of €75, will be given to applicants who withdraw their application up to 7 working days prior to course commencement.
No refund can be made if this period of notice is not provided by the applicant.
Once a student has enrolled on and commenced a programme of study, no part of any course fee is refundable or transferable. No refund will be made under any circumstance to students who fail to attend classes or who do not complete a course. Fee refunds are not given to any student who has attended lecturers or any student who commences a programme of study and subsequently feels the course is not suitable for him / her.
Examination, registration and courseware fees are payable to external professional and / or awarding bodies and are not included in the tuition fee. All examination, registration and courseware fees are correct at time of going to print. However, applicants should note that such fees are determined by external professional and awarding bodies and are therefore subject to change without prior notice. Students will be required to pay the revised fee should this occur.
Applicants are required to inform the College of any disability and / or medical condition which may affect attendance at the College or which may require the College to make alternative and / or additional provisions (e.g. ground-floor room, computer facilities for examinations etc.). Any information provided will be treated in the strictest confidence and without prejudice to the application.
Certain courses are eligible for tax relief / FÁS Funding. It is the applicant’s responsibility to check the details of the tax relief schemes prior to enrolment in the College.
Non-EEA Student Refund Policy
Refund Policy (Note: GNIB – Garda National Immigration Bureau):
Grounds for a refund or partial refund of fees:
a. Irish Study Visa extension refusal (for students who are not successful in obtaining their visa). Any application for a refund must be made in writing and must be accompanied by both a copy of the rejection letter from the GNIB and a copy of their passport stamped. Please note: the rejection letter issued by the GNIB will be evaluated by the College in-order to assess grounds for any refund. All original letters issued by the College along with the student’s GNIB card must be returned to CCC administration before any refund can be considered.)
b. Illness or disability suffered after the student’s enrolment has been confirmed. In any such instance, a doctor’s certificate would be required to confirm.
c. Upon arrival to Limerick, should any student be refused access into Ireland for any reason, any application for a refund must be made in writing and be accompanied by both a copy of the rejection letter from the GNIB and a copy of their passport stamped. Please note: the rejection letter issued by the GNIB will be evaluated by the College in order to assess grounds for any refund.
1 A refund will only be granted in respect of fees which have been paid for the most recent year in which (a) or (b) occurs. There is no automatic right to a refund of fees if at any time, a student changes his/her mind about studying at CCC.
2 After course commencement, any student requiring to submit a refund request for any reason other than those specifically detailed above (a, b or c) will be required to have achieved a minimum attendance of 80% in accordance with GNIB (student visa requirements) at the time of request.
3 If a student withdraws after course commencement no refund will be given.
4 All course cancellations must be made in writing using the College’s “Tuition fees Refund” form before course commencement date.
5 If a Student changes their course of study during their semester, no refunds would be given where the revised course involves fewer subjects.
6 Students that are found to have provided incorrect information, resulting in their visa being refused shall be exempt from any form of refund.
7 Whilst course commencement and completion dates are not expected to change, the College reserves the right to alter any previously detailed dates in order to facilitate or improve the provision of any course and any associated examination. Those changes will in no way affect the other terms and conditions of the student’s contract with the Administration. Should a change be necessary, the administration will not be liable to provide any form of compensation or refund.
8 Please note an Administration fee of €250 will be deducted from all refunds given.
1. Attendance is a provision of the student’s visa and non-attendance may result in loss of a Student’s permission to study and work in Ireland.
2. Students attendance fall below the requirement laid down by the GNIB and CCC at any time, disciplinary action will be taken against them which could result in them having their Enrolment with the CCC Terminated.
3. In the event that a Student is unable to attend their class for any reason, written confirmation giving reason for nonattendance is required and should be given to the administration at the Students earliest opportunity. This requirement is mandatory for International students in order to comply with both the CCC and GNIB regulations.
Please note: non-attendance certificates or letters cannot and will not replace the actual attendance of a student.
A Students attendance will be submitted to the GNIB for review along with any letters or certificates provided to the administration by the Students. It will then be the role of the GNIB and not the CCC to assess the Validity of the Students reasons for non-attendance and decide whether a Students visa will be extended.
4. Please be advised the minimum attendance required by GNIB is 80%.
It is an encumbrance of the Student to ensure they have read and understand the above terms and conditions. They accept that by completing the signatory information below, they are agreeing to adhere to and be governed by them.
They also understand that failure to do so could result in their Enrolment with the CCC being terminated.