1.1 These terms and conditions represent an agreement between Dumfries and Galloway College ("the College") and you, a student of the College. By accepting a place on a course delivered by the college, you accept these terms and conditions in full, which, along with your offer, the College’s policies and procedures and the most recently published prospectus (available on our website), form the contract between you and the College in relation to your studies at the College. This is known as the "Contract". All policies and procedures referenced in this agreement can be found on the College website https://www.dumgal.ac.uk/dumgalportal/index.php?pageid=policies unless otherwise stated.
1.2 Any amendments made by the College to this Contract will be made available on the College’s website. If we are required to make any significant changes to the Contract, we will take reasonable steps to bring these changes to the attention of affected students as soon as reasonably possible.
2.1 It is your responsibility to ensure that all of the information you provide to the College and/or the UK Home Office and/or UK Visas and Immigration is true and accurate.
3.1 Your admission to the College, attendance on a course and the right to access services and facilities is subject to you complying with the terms of this Contract which includes compliance with the Learner Behaviour Policy and the ICT Acceptable Use Policy
4.1 The College reserves the right to make reasonable variations to the design, content and delivery of its courses.
5.1 The College shall use its reasonable endeavours to:
5.1.1 deliver your course with reasonable care and skill and, as far as possible, in accordance with the description applied to it in the prospectus; and
5.1.2 clearly explain the academic requirements of your course to you.
6.1 Whilst the College takes reasonable care to ensure the safety and security of its students when on the College's campus and/or when using the College's services, the College cannot accept responsibility, and expressly excludes liability, for loss or damage to your personal property (including computer equipment and software). You are advised to insure your property against theft and other risks.
7.1 If you are a national of a country outside the European Union, European Economic Area or Switzerland and subject to UK immigration control you will need to demonstrate, at the point of enrolment, that you have a valid immigration status to undertake your proposed course of study.
8.1 Unless otherwise stated by the College, fees and charges are payable as a condition of enrolment. Fees should be paid in full or via an instalment plan as detailed in the Payment of Fees Procedure
If an invoice is issued for College fees and charges, then payment must be made within fourteen (14) days. If you fail to make payment, then the College reserves the right to withdraw you from your course of study.
9.1 The College processes and stores information about all potential and successful applicants to the College. The College uses the information from your application: