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King's College London was founded in 1828-9 by a group of eminent politicians, churchmen and others. They wanted to see a Church of England alternative to what later became University College London (UCL, founded in 1826), known as 'the godless college in Gower Street'. King's was granted a royal charter by King George IV on 14 August 1829. For more information on this contact us at info@intelligentgulf.com

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  1. 1. English courses 2011 Key: LA: Los Angeles BM: Bournemouth L: London O: Oxford Accommodation pricesTuition prices US$ GB£ (per person, per week) US$ GB£ Code LA BM L O LA BM L OGeneral English courses Homestay Half-board Compact Course (tuition per week)  Low season* (Single) 245 110 140 140 2 – 11 weeks CC 300 215 226 –  High season* (Single) 245 135 160 160 12 – 23 weeks CC 290 188 199 –  High season* (Twin) 190 110 140 140 24+ weeks CC 270 177 188 199 Homestay Self-catering (Single) Intensive Course (tuition per week)  Low season* 215 90 120 120 2 – 11 weeks GI 375 250 263 278  High season* 215 115 140 140 12 – 23 weeks GI 350 224 237 252 Homestay Extra (Single, ensuite, half-board) 24+ weeks GI 315 213 224 237  Low season* – 180 180 – Diploma of English (full course price)  High season* – 200 200 – Intensive 24 weeks IIS 6,840 4,368 4,608 4,872 Year round residence (Low season*) Intensive 34 weeks IIY 8,500 5,848 6,188 6,528  Premium residence Compact 24 weeks ICS 6,120 – – – — single, self-catering 400 125 195 145 Compact 34 weeks ICY 7,820 – – – — single, half-board – 198 – –Exam preparation courses — twin, self-catering 300 – 155 – Cambridge CAE  Cambridge FCE (full course price)  Student residence Compact 10 weeks (CAE/FCE) ACC/FCC – 2,150 2,260 – — single, self-catering – – 155 – Compact 12 weeks (CAE/FCE) ACC/FCC – 2,256 2,388 – — single, half-board – 182 195 – Intensive 10 weeks (CAE/FCE) ACI/FCI – 2,500 2,630 2,780 — twin, self-catering – – 135 – Intensive 12 weeks (CAE/FCE) ACI/FCI – 2,688 2,844 3,024 — twin, half-board – – 175 – TOEFL iBT Preparation (tuition per week)  Student houses/apartments 450 – 135 135 2 – 4 weeks LATP 375 – – – Year round residence (High season*) 5 – 12 weeks LATP 360 – – –  Premium residence 13+ weeks LATP 340 – – – — single, self-catering 400 165 195 185 IELTS Preparation — single, half-board – 238 – – Full course price (6 weeks) PI – 1,500 – 1,668 — twin, self-catering 300 130 155 – Price per week PI – – 263 – — twin, half-board – 203 – – Extra week – 250 – 278  Student residence Super Intensive IELTS — single, self-catering – – 155 – (full course price) L/OIE – – 635 670 — single, half-board – 222 195 – Exam fees (subject to change) — twin, self-catering – – 135 – FCE – 103 103 – — twin, half-board – 165 175 – CAE – 106 106 –  Student houses/apartments 450 – 160 160 IELTS – 115* 115* 115* Summer residence TOEFL iBT 170* – – – Single, self-catering 400 152 155 –English Plus courses (tuition per week) Single, half-board – 202 195 202 English Plus Art and Design * Low season: 2 January to 19 June and 14 August to 18 December 2011 inclusive High season: 19 June to 14 August 2011 inclusive 4 – 11 weeks OAT – – – 304 12 – 23 weeks OAT – – – 278 Notes: Student Residence Homestay Self-catering Bournemouth: En suite at student hotel. 24+ weeks OAY – – – 265 Minimum age: 18 Twin rooms available July and August only. English Plus Film Studies and Filmmaking Minimum age: 18 Student houses/apartments 12 weeks LAEF 385 – – – Single. Shared bathroom, self-catering. London (Crystal Palace): Shared bathrooms (1:3). Minimum age: 16 English Plus Tourism and Hospitality Minimum age: 18 (14 for summer groups). 6 weeks / 12 weeks BET – 275 – – Premium Student Residence Los Angeles (Hollywood): En suite. Summer Residence English Plus Business and Finance Bournemouth (Lyme Regis House): Self-catering. Minimum age: 16 2 – 11 weeks LEB – – 289 – En suite. Available 3 July to 28 August. Bournemouth: En suite. Twin rooms Minimum age: 16 (13 for summer groups) 12 – 23 weeks LEB – – 260 – available July and August only. Minimum age: 16 Oxford (Crescent Hall): 24+ weeks LEB – – 246 – Shared bathroom, meals taken at London (Canary Wharf): Shared bathroom. College. Available 20 June to 22 August.Vacation courses (tuition per week) Minimum age: 17 Minimum age: 16 Vacation Course SV 280 242 252 263 Oxford (Slade Park): En suite. Bookings of Los Angeles and London (Crystal Palace): Vacation Extra VE – 308 319 – 24+ weeks only. Minimum age: 18 As year round residence* Subject to confirmation by Examination BoardSee over for supplements www.kingscolleges.com
  2. 2. Supplements andother charges US$ GB£ LA BM L O Enrolment fee 130 65 65 65 One-to-one lessons (per 45 minute session) 65 40 50 50 Certificate of Acceptance to Study* – 10 10 10 Laundry (1 wash per week, homestay only) – 5 5 5 Arrival transfer (one way, per person) LAX 130 – – – Burbank 100 – – – Long Beach 175 – – – Heathrow – 142 100 131 Heathrow Economy˚ (ages 16+) – 42 – – Heathrow Economy including check in service˚ (compulsory for under 16s) – 72 – – Gatwick – 163 100 170 Stansted – 200 125 170 St. Pancras – 175 65 – Luton – 200 140 131 Bournemouth – 40 – –* Needed to obtain a UK visa if required˚ Available every Sunday between 19 June – 21 August for flights arriving between 10.00 – 17.00Course start dates 2011Intensive Course Every Monday (4 January – 5 December)Compact Course Every Monday (4 January – 5 December)Diploma of English 10 January, 11 April, 19 September(24 and 34 weeks)Cambridge FCE* 4 January (10 weeks) 21 March, 12 September (12 weeks)Cambridge CAE* 4 January (10 weeks) 21 March, 12 September (12 weeks)TOEFL iBT Preparation Course Every Monday (4 January – 5 December)IELTS Preparation Course Bournemouth and Oxford: 10 January, 21 February, 4 April, 16 May, 27 June, 8 August, 19 September, 31 October London: Every Monday (4 January – 5 December)Super Intensive IELTS Oxford: 14 February, 7 March, 4 April, 31 May, 4 July, 18 July, 1 August, 15 August, 22 August, 10 October, 7 November, 21 November London: 4 July, 18 July, 1 August, 15 August, 22 August, 10 October, 24 October, 7 November, 21 NovemberEnglish Plus Art and Design Every Monday (4 January – 5 December)English Plus Film Studies and Filmmaking 10 January, 4 April, 27 June, 19 SeptemberEnglish Plus Tourism and Hospitality Tourism: 10 January, 4 April, 27 June, 19 September Hospitality: 21 February, 16 May, 8 August, 31 OctoberEnglish Plus Business and Finance 4 January, 7 February, 7 March, 4 April, 3 May, 6 June, 4 July, 1 August, 5 September, 3 October, 7 November, 5 DecemberVacation Course 20 June, 27 June, 4 July, 11 July, 18 July, 25 July, 1 August, 8 August, 15 AugustVacation Extra 20 June, 27 June, 4 July, 11 July, 18 July, 25 July, 1 August, 8 August, 15 August* Please note that Cambridge Exams take place mid-week so students will need to book an additional accommodation week
  3. 3.  Local agent/representative Enrolment Form Please complete this form in BLOCK CAPITALS Student details Family name: First names: Date of birth: d d / m m / y y Male Female Country of birth: Current citizenship: Own language: Home address: Telephone: Mobile phone: Fax: Student’s email: Emergency phone: Passport number: Passport expiry date: m m / y y How did you hear about Kings? Current level of English Beginner Elementary Pre-intermediate Lower-Intermediate Intermediate Upper-intermediate Pre-Advanced Advanced Course details Course name: Course code (see prices page): Course start date: d d / m m / y y Course end date: d d / m m / y y Number of weeks: One-to-one lessons Number per week (if known): Location: Los Angeles Bournemouth London Oxford Accommodation details Homestay Half-board — single / twin Homestay Self-catering — single / twin Homestay Extra (available at London, Bournemouth) Student house/apartment (available at Los Angeles, London, Oxford) Premium residence — single (available at Bournemouth, London, Los Angeles, Oxford) / twin (available at Bournemouth, London, Los Angeles) Student residence (available at Bournemouth, London) — single / twin Summer residence (available at Bournemouth, Oxford) Accommodation dates: Arrival: d d / m m / y y Departure: d d / m m / y y Smoking Non-smoking Please provide details of any special requirements regarding health, diet or religion: Airport transfer details Please tick the required transfer service: Arrival only Departure only Arrival and departure Not required Arrival: Date: d d / m m / y y Flight number: Departure airport: Arrival airport: Departure: Date: d d / m m / y y Flight number: Departure airport: Arrival airport: Continued over.
  4. 4. Agent use onlyPromotional code or scholarship details:Payment of feesAmount to payA: Course fees (tuition only) £/$ F: Certificate of Acceptance to Study (if required) £/$B: Accommodation fees £/$ G: Insurance (if required) £C: Additional lessons (if required) £/$ H: Laundry (if required) £D: Enrolment fee £65/$130 I: Credit card surchargeE: Airport transfers (if required) £/$ (2 or 3.5% if relevant) £/$ Total to pay £/$PaymentAmount to be paid at time of enrolment. Tick A, B or C. (Full fees must be paid if enroling less than four weeks in advance.)A. £185 (£120 deposit, £65 enrolment fee)/$130 B. £195 (£120 deposit, £65 enrolment fee, £10 CAS fee)/$130 C. Full feesPayment by credit card:I hereby authorise the Kings Colleges to charge GB£/US$ to my credit card.Type of card: Visa Mastercard American ExpressCredit Card Number:Expiry date: m m / y y Credit card security code (final 3 digits of number on back of card. 4 digits on front of Amex cards):Name of cardholder:Address of cardholder:Signature of cardholder:Important: if you pay by credit card at the time of enrolment, the balance of fees will be automatically debited from your credit card 4 weeks before the start of thecourse unless you notify us of payment by a different method. Please note that a 2% surcharge applies to credit card bookings (3.5% for AMEX).Other payment method: Bank transfer UK cheque Cash Travellers chequesPayment by cheque:Kings accepts sterling cheques and euro cheques. If sending a euro cheque, please ensure that sufficient euros are sent to cover the sterling value and the bankconversion rates. Please fax a copy and post the original cheque to the College you have selected. Please ensure that the student’s name is shown clearly on the faxand on the back of the cheque. Please make your cheque payable to the College you have selected (see “account name” in the table below).Payment by Bank Transfer:Please send the payment to the bank of the College you have selected (see table below for bank details). Bank transfers take 2 – 4 weeks to arrive in the UK. Pleaseremember that we must receive payment 4 weeks before the start of the course. Please ensure that the student’s full name is shown clearly on the bank transfer.Please fax a copy of the bank transfer to Kings with the enrolment form and give the student a copy of the transfer to take to College with them.College Bank Details Kings Los Angeles Kings Bournemouth Kings London Kings OxfordAccount name Kings Los Angeles Kings Bournemouth Kings London Kings OxfordBank name CHASE Allied Irish Bank Allied Irish Bank Allied Irish BankAccount number 924518681 00437009 00439054 00438080Routing/sort code 322271627 23-85-89 23-85-89 23-85-89IBAN – GB43 AIBK 2385 8900 4370 09 GB21 AIBK 2385 8900 4390 54 GB32 AIBK 2385 8900 4380 80Bank Swift Code CHASUS33 AIBKGB2L AIBKGB2L AIBKGB2LPlease note when using the swift code you must also give full details including bank name and routing/sort code, account name and number.I hereby enrol for a course at my designated Kings College for the period shown above, and accept the Terms and Conditions set out in this document.Signature of student: Date: d d / m m / y ySignature of student’s parent/guardian Date: d d / m m / y y(for students under 18):Please mail or fax this completed form to your chosen college location. Details are printed on the reverse of this enrolment pack.
  5. 5.  Insurance It is essential that you take out adequate insurance when you Cover includes reimbursement of your prepaid course fees due to travel to the UK to study. Our insurance provider, Endsleigh, cancelling, cutting short or repeating your course due to accident, (UK Colleges only) offers invaluable cover for international students studying in illness or sickness; the cost of bringing a relative to the UK to visit the UK for up to a maximum of 12 months. you following a medical emergency; medical costs which are not Please complete the form on the reverse of this sheet and covered by the National Health Service if you are taken ill or have send with the Application form. an accident, and we will cover your legal liability to pay damages if you accidentally injure someone, or damage their property. 1. Select cover required a. Please tick the period of cover you require: b. Check what you are covered for: Period Premium (GB£) Please tick  Up to 6 months 6 – 12 months Cover (GB£) (GB£)  1 – 8 days 12.37  Cancellation or Curtailment Charges 3,000 3,000  9 – 16 days 14.85  Emergency Medical & Other Expenses  17 – 24 days 22.27 Emergency Medical Expenses 2,000,000 2,000,000 Emergency Dental Treatment 250 500  25 – 31 days 24.75 Funeral Costs Abroad 3,000 5,000  32 – 42 days 30.94  Personal Accident (Subject to Age) 30,000 30,000  43 – 65 days 37.12  Baggage  66 – 70 days 47.02 Baggage 1,000 1,000* Single Article Limit 200 200*  71 – 92 days 55.69 Valuables Total Limit 250 300*  93 – 123 days 68.07  Personal Money, Passport & Documents  124 – 153 days 84.15 Cash Limit 100 100*  154 – 183 days 96.52 Other Money & Documents Limit 500 100* Passport 100 500*  184 – 366 days 163.13  Personal Liability 1,000,000 1,000,000  I will provide my own cover* N/A  Missed Departure 250 250 * See Terms & Conditions  Overseas Legal Expenses & Assistance 10,000 10,000 NB: All premiums shown are inclusive of Insurance Premium Tax at the current rate  Course Fees 5,000 8,000 * Cover is only applicable during: direct trips to and from your home country at the beginning Cover for over 90 sports and activities is included as standard under this policy and end of each academic term, outside the UK if the trip is required as part and full details are available within your policy document. of your study course or for leisure trips within Europe for a period not exceeding 21 days in total in each period of insurance. Principal exclusions General • Medication, which prior to departure is known to be required. •The first £50 of each and every claim per incident claimed for by each insured Baggage & personal money, passport and documents person except for claims under personal liability, personal accident and legal expenses where no excess applies. • Valuables left unattended at any time unless in a safety deposit box or in your locked accommodation. •This policy is not available to anyone aged 66 or over. • Baggage contained in an unattended motor vehicle between Cancellation or curtailment charges & course fees — 9 p.m. and 9 a.m. or; • Any circumstances known prior to booking the trip that could reasonably be — 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. unless it is in a locked boot or covered from view in expected to give rise to a claim. a locked car. Emergency medical and other expenses • Personal money or your passport left unattended at any time unless in a hotel •Treatment or surgery which in the opinion of the medical practitioner in safe, safety deposit box or in your locked accommodation. attendance can wait until your return home. 2. Important information This policy is provided by AXA Travel Insurance Your travel insurance policy is governed by You may at any time contact the Quality Manager at Ltd and underwritten by Inter Partner Assistance English law. English law will also apply prior to AXA Travel Insurance, PO BOX 57325, London, E1W 1XX IFSRA registration number NL161 with its registered the conclusion of your contract of insurance. If you remain dissatisfied you have the right to ask address at 10-11 Mary Street, Dublin 1, Ireland. Inter Complaints Procedure the Financial Ombudsman to review your case. Partner Assistance is a branch of the Inter Partner We aim to provide a high level of service and pay The Ombudsman can be contacted at the following Assistance S.A. Avenue Louise 166 bte1, 1050 claims fairly and promptly under the terms of your address: The Financial Ombudsman Service, South Brussels, a Belgian company authorised by the Travel Insurance Policy. If you are unhappy with Quay Plaza, 183 Marsh Wall, London E14 9SR Banking, Finance and Insurance Commission of any aspect of our service, please contact, in the first Contacting the Ombudsman will not affect your Belgium, registration 0487. All companies are instance the person who originally dealt with your right to take legal action against us. members of the Global AXA group. Kings School enquiry. Alternatively you can contact us by: What if I change my mind? of English (Kings Colleges) is an appointed Telephone: 0800 085 8698 You can cancel your policy at any time. We will refund representative of Endsleigh Insurance Services Post: Customer Liaison Department, Endsleigh your premium less a charge for the time you have been Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Insurance Services Limited, Shurdington Road, insured, provided you have not travelled or your policy Financial Services Authority and can be checked Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL51 4UE has not been terminated following a claim, in which by visiting their website at www.fsa.gov.uk. case no refund will be due. A £20 cancellation fee will be deducted from any refund due. Continued over.
  6. 6. 3. DeclarationTravel Eligibility StatementsYou and anyone named on the policy are:An international student (or their immediate family) studying for a degree or other recognised qualification at a College or University in the United Kingdomor studying a language course at an Accredited Language School in the United Kingdom.I have read and accepted these statements to confirm eligibilityImportant Conditions Relating to HealthTo proceed you must be able to agree to the following important conditions relating to health on behalf of you and anyone else to be insured on this policy.You must comply with the following conditions to have the full protection of your policy. It is a condition of this policy that you will not be covered for anyclaims arising directly or indirectly from: A. At the time of taking out this policy: 1. Any medical condition you or anyone named on the policy have or have had for which: a. symptoms or diagnosis has occurred within the last 12 months or b. there has been a change in treatment (including medication, dosage, surgery, tests, investigations or diet) in the last 12 months. 2. Any medical condition where you, anyone named on the policy, a close relative or a close business associate: a. are waiting for an operation, hospital consultation (other than for regular check ups), or other hospital treatment or investigation. b. have, within the last 6 months, been seen by a specialist (other than for regular check ups), had an operation or other hospital treatment or investigation. c. have received a terminal prognosis. d. have not had a diagnosis. 3. Any circumstances you are aware of that could reasonably be expected to give rise to a claim on this policy. B. At any time: 1. Any medical condition you or anyone named on the policy have in respect of which you are travelling against medical advice or for which you are travelling to obtain medical treatment abroad. 2. Any medical condition for which you or anyone named on the policy are not taking the recommended treatment or prescribed medication as directed by a medical practitioner. 3. Travel against any health requirements stipulated by the carrier, their handling agents or other Public Transport provider.I have read and agreed to these important conditions relating to healthYou must give full and true answers to all questions. If you do not do so, your insurance cover may not protect you in the event of a claim.I declare that to the best of my knowledge all the information provided in connection with this proposal is correct and complete. I agree that this proposal is forinsurance in the normal terms and conditions of the insurer’s policy and shall be incorporated in and form the basis of the contract.Signature Date d d / m m / y yThe Endsleigh Group of Companies (“Endsleigh, We, Us”) Privacy PolicyIt is Endsleigh’s policy to take all necessary steps to ensure that your personal data held is processed fairly and lawfully in accordance with the Data Protection Act1998 (“the Act”). We hold personal data relating to you in connection with insurance products and services you have asked Us to provide. Except to the extent Weare required or permitted by law, personal data provided to or obtained by Us will be used for the purposes of providing you with the products and services youhave requested. It may also be shared within other Endsleigh group companies, (full details of which are available on request), as well as carefully selected thirdparties who have products and services that We think may be of interest to you. In the process of gathering your details We may collect sensitive information suchas about your health or in relation to motoring offences. If you purchase products or services from Us, you will have given Us your consent to use this personal dataas detailed in this Privacy Policy. We may wish to contact you from time to time by telephone, e-mail or post about other products and services that may be ofinterest to you. If at any time you do not wish to receive this information then please write to Endsleigh’s Group Data Protection Officer at: Endsleigh InsuranceServices Limited, Shurdington Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL51 4UE. Under the Act, as a data subject, you are granted certain rights. If you would like toknow what information We hold about you you can write to Us as above. We may charge you a statutory administration fee to comply with your request. Shouldyou have any other queries in connection with data protection then please contact Endsleigh’s Group Data Protection Officer as above. Endsleigh will share thepersonal details you provide with Inter Partner Assistance S.A., Avenue Louise 166 bte1, 1050 Brussels, a member of the AXA Group. To administer your policy AXAwill hold and use information about you supplied by you (and by medical providers). AXA may send it in confidence for processing to other companies in the AXAGroup (or companies acting on AXA’s instructions) including those located outside the European Economic Area.4. Complete your applicationTitle: First name: Surname:Date of birth: d d / m m / y yPeriod of cover: from d d / m m / y y to d d / m m / y y Premium: £The fees for your insurance will be added to the invoice for your course.5. What next?Your details will be processed and your policy documentation sent to you within the next week. 0176 09/10
  7. 7. UK Terms & Conditions 7. Withdrawal Four weeks’ notice in writing must be given for withdrawals Four weeks’ notice must be given to cancel or withdraw from accommodation. Students who move out without from a course. Tuition and accommod-ation refunds will be giving the proper notice period will be charged 4 weeks’Kings reserves the right to change prices / course given minus the four-week notice period except for accommodation fees in lieu of notice. Students under 18timetables, etc. at any time prior to enrolment and long-term reduced price courses i.e. Compact and Intensive wishing to move into private accommodation must seekto make additions or amendments to these terms and courses of 12 weeks or longer and the Diploma of English. approval from the Principal and provide writtenconditions by giving one months’ written notice to all We are obliged to notify the relevant UK Government authorisation from parents. Accommodation during theaffected parties. bodies if a student holding a current UK visa withdraws College holidays is subject to availability and at extra from our College. charge. Homestay students may have a change of family1. Enrolment Fee during the holiday period.There is a £65 enrolment fee payable on all courses. 8. General Notes on Refunds2. Visa fee • No refunds are given for long-term reduced price courses 14. Liability (i.e. the Diploma of English and Compact and Intensive Kings shall not be liable under any circumstance forIf you are visa national, there is a charge of £10 for a Courses of 12 weeks or longer) if cancelled less than four its failure to provide any services whatsoever if that failureCertificate of Acceptance for Studies (CAS). If you are a weeks before the start of the course except in the case of is caused directly or indirectly by industrial action or byvisa national, please include your passport number on visa refusal (see 6. above) circumstances beyond the College’s control. Any damageyour booking. • Bank charges, enrolment fee and CAS fee — all refunds are caused by a student to college property, to the homestay paid minus any bank charges, minus the enrolment fee property or to a residence, whether intentional or not,3. Acceptance of enrolment and minus the CAS fee. will be charged to the student/s responsible. Students inWe will acknowledge your application within 24 hours(Monday to Friday). Written acceptance of enrolment by the • Refunds are made to the fee-payer. residential accommodation are jointly and severally liableCollege will be given on receipt of £185 (£120 deposit and • Accommodation deposits — will be refunded to for shared facilities and the College reserves the right to the fee-payer after deductions for any disbursements recover costs for damage and exceptional cleaning.£65 enrolment fee) and constitutes a firm agreement for the or damages.period specified on the enrolment form. • Late arrivals — no refunds are given for late arrivals. 15. Damage deposit4. Payment • Expulsion — no refunds are given for students who are For residential accommodation, a deposit of £150 expelled from College for disciplinary reasons. will be taken (£250 for Slade Park in Oxford), refundedFull fees must be received 4 weeks before the start of thecourse. If booking is received less than 4 weeks before the • Insurance — no refunds are given. after departure provided no damage has been caused or exceptional cleaning is required.start of the course, full payment must be made at the time 9. Academic and Teachingof enrolment. Fees can be paid by cheque, credit card, banktransfer. Bank charges for both sending and receiving banks • All courses include a level assessment on or prior to 16. Holidays for long-term students arrival, induction and orientation and regular progress Students are permitted a maximum of 2 weeks’ holidayare payable by the sender. IMPORTANT: when making your tests. Students who successfully complete the course during a 24-week course and a maximum of 3 weeks’payment please ensure that you transmit sufficient funds to and attend at least 90% of lessons receive a Kings holiday during a 36-week course. Holidays must be bookedcover the bank charges and to cover the sterling amount Certificate of Achievement. at least 4 weeks in advance. An administration fee will beshown on the invoice at the exchange rate of the day.Payment by credit card is subject to a surcharge of 2%, • Courses usually start on a Monday (or Tuesday if Monday charged for any changes in holiday dates. Full homestay is a public holiday). Testing and orientation replace accommodation fees will be charged if the bedroom is notAMEX 3.5%. lessons on the first day at College. completely vacated. The charge for storing luggage at the5. Visa documentation • During high season, classes may run in the morning host family is £20 per week. and / or afternoon (or a combination of both).Once we have received your deposit and enrolment fee, wewill hold a place on the course and in accommodation and • Prices include teaching materials and use of course 17. Holidays for short-term students books. Students may purchase coursebooks for personal No allowance is made for students taking holiday duringsend all relevant visa documentation including a Certificate use if required. their course (i.e. no refund will given for days missed andof Acceptance for Studies (CAS). Please advise us as soon asyour visa is granted or refused. • Public exam fees are not included in the course prices. days missed cannot be added to the end of the course). Students who take unauthorized absence during a 10. Public holidays and College closure short-term course will be marked down as absent from6. Cancellation Tuition is not given on public holidays (April 22, 25, lessons and their certificate may be withheld.6a. Cancellation due to visa refusal (all courses) May 2, 30, August 29). No refund or compensationIf your visa is refused, please send us a copy of the visa is given for lessons missed due to public holidays. 18. Transfersrefusal letter. On receipt of this letter, tuition fees, The College is closed between 17 December 2011 and To comply with UK law, students under 16 have toaccommodation fees and deposit will be refunded 2 January 2012 inclusive. be accompanied to and from the airport/station onminus the £65 enrolment fee, the £10 CAS fee and minus arrival and departure, for which there is an extraany bank charges. 11. Beginners charge (see supplements). Beginners are welcome to attend the Intensive Course, the6b. Cancellation for other reasons Vacation Course or Vacation Extra at Kings Bournemouth 19. InsuranceTo cancel tuition and / or accommodation a minimum of and Kings London but must start on the first Monday of the All Kings Colleges students must have appropriatefour weeks’ notice must be given in writing to the Principal month. Beginners arriving at other times (or arriving at accident and medical insurance. Travel insurance toof the College. Kings Oxford) will have individual lessons and be charged cover personal property, breakages, loss and damage is accordingly. Beginners arriving at Oxford may be transfered strongly recommended. Kings Colleges recommendFor cancellations received more than four weeks before the to another college at their own expense. Endsleigh Insurance. This can be booked through Kingsstart of the course, the tuition fees, accommodation fees and (please see the relevant section of the enrolment form)deposit will be refunded minus the £65 enrolment fee, the 12. Discipline or through your agent. Please note that once booked,£10 CAS fee and minus any bank charges. If your work, attendance or conduct is unsatisfactory, you insurance is non-refundable. will be subject to the College’s disciplinary procedures.For cancellations received less than four weeks before the These procedures may lead ultimately to expulsion. In the 20. Publicity materialsstart of the course (due to reasons other than visa refusal): event of expulsion fees are not refunded. Travel and other Permission is given for the use of student results,• no refund is given if the course is a long-term reduced costs incurred as a result of expulsion must be met by the student comment or opinion and images or video of price course of 12 weeks or longer (i.e. the Kings Diploma student or by the student’s guardian. Attendance is students in Kings Colleges promotional materials by and Compact and Intensive Courses of 12 weeks or longer). compulsory for all students and is a condition of a UK visa. the student, their parents or guardian with acceptance• for other courses the tuition fees and accommodation fees Non attendance of visa nationals is reported to the relevant of these terms and conditions. will be refunded minus a four-week cancellation charge, UK government bodies. minus the £65 enrolment fee, the £10 CAS fee and minus 21. Jurisdiction any bank charges. 13. Accommodation In any dispute arising out of this contract, the Kings acts solely as agents (and not as principals) in the parties expressly agree to submit to the jurisdiction of arranging and providing of homestayaccommodation for the courts of England and Wales having jurisdiction in students. Prices are per week (7 nights). No refund is given the matter in question. for early departure but a charge will be made for any extra nights. We reserve the right to apply a high season late booking supplement of £20 per week to students who book fewer than 10 days before arrival. A re-booking fee of £20 will be charged each time accommodation is re-booked, if not originally booked for the entire course on commencement of the course.
  8. 8. USA Terms & Conditions 6. General Notes on Refunds • Bank charges and enrollment fee — all refunds are paid 11. Liability Kings shall not be liable under any circumstance for its minus any bank charges, minus the enrollment fee. failure to provide any services whatsoever if that failure isKings reserves the right to change prices/course timetables,etc. at any time prior to enrollment and to make additions or • Refunds are made to the fee-payer. caused directly or indirectly by industrial action or byamendments to these terms and conditions by giving one • Accommodation deposits — will be refunded to the circumstances beyond the College’s control. Any damage fee-payer after deductions for any disbursements or caused by a student to college property, to the homestaymonth’s written notice to all affected parties. damages. property or to a residence, whether intentional or not, will1. Enrollment Fee and Advanced Payment fee • Late arrivals — no refunds are given for time missed be charged to the student(s) responsible. Students in due to arriving late for courses. residential accommodation are jointly and severally liableThere is a $130 enrollment fee payable on all courses. • Expulsions — no refunds are given for students who are for shared facilities and the College reserves the right to expelled from College for disciplinary reasons. recover costs for damage and exceptional cleaning.2. Acceptance of enrollmentWe will acknowledge your application within 24hours 7. Academic and Teaching 12. Damage deposit(Monday to Friday). Written acceptance of enrollment bythe College will be given upon receipt of $130 enrollment fee • All courses include a level assessment on or prior to For residential accommodation, a deposit of $200 will be arrival, orientation and regular progress tests. Students taken, refunded upon departure provided no damage hasand constitutes a firm agreement for the period specified who successfully complete the course and attend at least been caused or exceptional cleaning is required.on the enrollment form. 90% of lessons receive a Kings Certificate of Achievement.3. Payment • Courses usually start on a Monday (or Tuesday if Monday 13. Insurance is a public holiday). Testing and orientation replace All Kings Colleges students must have appropriateFull fees are due by the course start date. Fees can be lessons on the first day at College. accident and medical insurance. Travel insurance topaid by check, money order, credit card, or bank transfer.Bank charges for both sending and receiving banks are • During high season, classes may run in the morning and/ cover personal property, breakages, loss and damage or afternoon (or a combination of both). is strongly recommended.payable by the sender. IMPORTANT: when making yourpayment please ensure that you transmit sufficient funds • Prices include teaching materials and use of course books. Students may need to purchase additional coursebooks 14. Publicity materialsto cover the bank charges and to cover the dollar amount or materials for specialized courses. Permission is given for the use of student results, studentshown on the invoice at the exchange rate of the day.Payment by credit card is subject to a surcharge of • Public exam fees are not included in the course prices. comments or opinions and images or video of students in Kings Colleges promotional materials by the student,2%, AMEX 3.5%. 8. Public holidays and College closure their parents or guardian with acceptance of these terms Courses are not held on public holidays (January 1, and conditions.4. Visa documentation January 17, May 30, July 4, September 5, November 24 – 25).Once we have received your enrollment fee, we will hold No refund or compensation is given for lessons missed due 15. Jurisdictiona place on the course and in accommodation and send all to public holidays. The College is closed between 17 In any dispute arising out of this contract, the partiesrelevant visa documentation including the I-20. Please December 2011 and 1 January 2012 inclusive. expressly agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the courtsadvise us as soon as your visa is granted or refused. of the USA having jurisdiction in the matter in question. 9. Discipline5a. Cancellation due to visa refusal (all courses) If your work, attendance or conduct is unsatisfactory, youIf your visa is refused, please send us a copy of the visa will be subject to the College’s disciplinary procedures.refusal letter. On receipt of this letter, tuition fees and These procedures may lead ultimately to expulsion. In theaccommodation fees will be refunded, minus the $130 event of expulsion fees are not refunded. Travel and otherenrollment fee. costs incurred as a result of expulsion must be met by the student or by the student’s guardian. Attendance is5b. Cancellation/Withdrawal for other reasons compulsory for all students and is a condition of a US•To cancel tuition and/or accommodation a minimum of student visa. Non attendance of students holding a Kings four weeks’ notice must be given in writing to the College I-20 is reported to the Department of Homeland Security. Director.•If you are unable to begin your enrollment, we will refund 10. Accommodation all fees paid minus any non-refundable charges Kings acts solely as agents (and not as principals) in the (enrollment fee, courier fee) arranging and providing of homestay accommodation for•If you are unable to complete your enrollment after students. Prices are per week (7 nights). No refund is given beginning studies or your enrollment is terminated by the for early departure but a charge will be made for any extra College, the following tuition refunds apply: nights. Four weeks’ notice must be given to cancel or•If canceling during your first 4 weeks, tuition paid less 4 withdraw from accommodation. Students who move out weeks tuition and non-refundable charges. without giving the proper notice period will be charged 4•If canceling after your first 4 weeks but before the weeks’ accommodation fees in lieu of notice. midpoint of your enrollment, you will receive a pro-rata refund of tuition paid less non-refundable charges.•If canceling after the midpoint of your enrollment, there is NO REFUND.•All refunds will be calculated using regular published tuition rates.•All refunds will be made within 45 days of written notification.Our collegesKings Los Angeles Kings Bournemouth Kings London Kings Oxford1555 Cassil Place 58 Braidley Road 25 Beckenham Road St. Joseph’s Hall(Off Sunset Boulevard) Bournemouth Beckenham Temple RoadHollywood Dorset BH2 6LD BR3 4PR Oxford OX4 2UJLos Angeles England England EnglandCalifornia 90028 T +44 (0) 1202 293535 T +44 (0) 20 8650 5891 T +44 (0) 1865 711829USA F +44 (0) 1202 293922 F +44 (0) 20 8663 3224 F +44 (0) 1865 747791 0176 09/10To contact us online: www.kingscolleges.com/enquiries

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