Students who have received a Letter of Admission will not be eligible for a refund unless they present a copy of their original refusal letter from Immigration, Refugees, and Cirizenship Canada (IRCC) within 90 days of receiving the refusal.Students will not be eligible for a refund any time after requesting a Letter of Enrollment.All refund are subject to a 4% deduction to cover POS and administrative costs.Students are respnsible for their own accommodations, insurance, transportation, and other personal needs throughout their studies.Students who are enrolled in private classes must notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours before their next scheduled lesson if they would like to reschedule, to avoid an one hour deduction in their remaining hours.There are no make-up classes for any group programs.Canada College of Education Toronto reserves the right to modify courses, programs, plans, and/or policies without advance notice and at its sole discretion. CCET reserves the right to suspend or cancel any program or course if enrollment numbers are deemed insufficient or for any other reason.
International students seeking a study permit to attend a postsecondary learning institution in Ontario must attend a postsecondary institution designated by Ontario for the purposes of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (Canada). This is often referred to as the International Student Program (“ISP”). Under the ISP, private postsecondary institutions are designated by Ontario on an annual basis. As a result, private postsecondary institutions that wish to remain designated apply for designation annually.At the time that you are asked to read and sign this document, you are (1) applying to be enrolled in an institution that is applying for designation for the first time, (2) applying to be enrolled in a designated institution, or (3) enrolled in a designated institution. If you are enrolled in an institution that is currently designated, the institution may be applying for further designation annually.When reviewing an institution’s application for designation under the ISP, the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (the “Ministry”) conducts a site assessment to verify the information provided in the institution’s application with respect to its educational policies and procedures. The Ministry may also monitor institutions that are designated to determine whether those institutions are complying with the terms and conditions of designation.As part of the site assessment and the Ministry’s ongoing monitoring of designated institutions, the Ministry reviews a representative sample of student and prospective student records, such as student and prospective student contracts, registration forms, records of enrollment, documents pertaining to academic assessment and progress, and other documents contained in the student or prospective student file. The Ministry also may need to make copies of student and prospective student records in order to complete its review of the institution’s (1) application for designation or (2) ongoing compliance with the terms and conditions of designation.Your consent is requested to allow the Ministry to access the personal information you have provided to the institution that may be contained in your student records. Without your consent, the Ministry cannot access your records as may be required in order to assess the institution’s application for designation or ongoing compliance with designation conditions.The Ministry collects and uses this information under the authority of ss. 38(2) and 39(1)(a) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) and its Regulations. Questions about the collection, use and disclosure of this information may be addressed to:Manager, Quality and Partnerships Unit Private Career Colleges Branch Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development77Wellesley Street West, P.O. Box 977 Toronto, Ontario M7A 1N3416-314-0500 or ISP.TCU@ontario.ca
Canadian students who have enrolled in a part time, full time or private lessons course(s) can request a refund only after their first session (email email@example.com). No late refunds will be provided. International student must inform us about their IRCC status immediately. International students who are applying from outside or within Canada and are granted a study permit will not be refunded under any circumstances. If any tuition fee is paid in advance, it can only be refunded when the student submits their refusal letter from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Canada College of Education ONLY accepts the refusal letter from IRCC. As soon as a student is granted with their study permit, (regardless to if he/she comes to Canada or not) we are unable to provide you with a refund of first month tuition. The tuition fees are non-transferable.School transfers: International and local students can transfer from other schools to CCE and receive a Letter of Admission for immigration purposes. Students can register and receive our discounted package. Students who are dismissed will not be eligible for a refund. International students who wish to change schools are required to notify us 30 days prior to departure. The first month of study will be non-refundable regardless to the student is attending classes or not.
If you choose to withdraw from CCE, we will require proof that your visa status is lawful. You are required to show your boarding pass if you are leaving Canada earlier than anticipated. Alternatively, if you are attending another academic institution, you are required to re-apply for a new study permit and you must provide CCE with valid documentation to demonstrate your eligibility to stay in Canada. Students who have applied through an agent are required to contact their agent for information on any possible refund process.
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If your application is rejected by IRCC then you have 90 days to request a refund. Students who are rejected have an option to re-apply for a study permit. In which case you will be charged a second non-refundable admission fee. Students may deposit any amount over the minimum; the total amount will be shown on the letter of admission. CCE requires at least one month tuition fee to be deposited in advance. Once your study permit has been approved by IRCC, students who enrolled in three or more academic months are required to pay a minimum of 12 weeks of tuition prior to their first of class. The remaining tuition maybe paid by monthly installment.1. Full tuition fees will be refunded if for any reason the course is not conducted by CCE (course cancelled).2. A minimum of 5 weeks is needed for the processing of refunds.3. No interest is charged on any refund payments.4. No refunds will be provided if students have postponed the start of their course in Canada.
All refunds are made subject to the approval of the school board. Please note that in the case of a refund, CCE will deduct a bank transfer charge, a service charge and other applicable fees from the student’s tuition amount. Method of refund: the refund will be processed on the same card that made the payment or otherwise in the same method the initial payment was made. CCE will deduct 4% from total tuition fee in order to cover the POS machine charge as well as other service fees.