SCHOOL AND REFUND POLICY
School and Refund Policy
Before completing the registration form, please read our school and refund policy and enrollment conditions.
CanPacific College allows students who are not able to pay fees at once to reserve their seat. Please complete the Registration Form and return it to CanPacific College with Registration Fee of CAN$100 (non-refundable), Program Deposit of CAN$300, and Homestay Placement Fee of CAN$150. (if applicable) The Program Deposit is part of the program fees and is deducted from the total fees payable.
Once we receive your registration fee and program deposit, we will send you an invoice for the balance of your fees. The total amount due must be received by CanPacific College at least 30 days before your class begins. CanPacific College will issue a Letter of Acceptance after receiving the balance.Allow up to one week for funds to be transferred to our account. If you pay by cheque, make payable to CanPacific College of Business & English Inc. in Canadian dollars. Any bank charge must be paid by students.
Payment can be made: by Cash (in person only), Travelers Cheque, International Money Order / Bank Draft, or Bank Wire Transfer. The bank account for CanPacific College held at: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, 378 Queen Street, West, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2A2 Canada, Transit #: 01002, Account #: 9968318, Institution #: 010, Swift Code: CIBCCATT.
The registration fee and the homestay placement fee are non-refundable.
Students, who are unable to obtain the appropriate authorization from Canadian Immigration Authorities to enter Canada, are entitled to a refund to all prepaid fees. In order to obtain the refund, the student must notify the school in writing, send the original letter of rejection from the Canadian Immigration Authorities and return the original Letter of Acceptance. CanPacific College must be notified in writing a minimum of 21 days in advance before classes begin or a CAN$100 cancellation fee will be charged.
If you cannot begin the session originally applied for, the tuition and registration fees are transferable to a later session. The school must receive the written notification 7 days prior to the beginning of the class for which admission has been granted. CanPacific College will charge a CAN$100 deferment fee to those students who request deferment after this date. After postponement, if the student cannot begin the class, there will be no refund.
Attendance and Participation:
Students must attend at least 80% of their classes to receive CanPacific College diploma or certificate.Students who are absent from more than 50% of their classes may be dismissed from the school without refund.
Refund before classes begin:
- • If a student cancels 30 days or more before classes begin, CanPacific College will refund 75% of the tuition fees.
- • If a student cancels less than 30 days before classes begin, CanPacific College will refund 60% of the tuition fees.
Refund after classes begin:
- • If a student is dismissed or completed less than 10% of the class, CanPacific College will refund 50% of the tuition fees.
- • If a student is dismissed or completed less than 30% of the class, CanPacific College will refund 30% of the tuition fees.
- • If a student is dismissed or completed more than 30% of the class, no refund will be given.
English Only Policy:
CanPacific College has a “English Only” policy. Students must speak English anywhere on campus.Failure to comply with this policy, will be expelled, receiving no diploma or certificate and no refund.
All CanPacific College students are expected to have health insurance. CanPacific College will ask students for proof of insurance on the first day of their school. It is highly recommended that students purchase medical insurance before their arrival in Canada. Any student, who does not have medical insurance, may purchase from us if they wish. It is the student responsibility to insure that their medical insurance kept up to date during their stay in Canada.
Any package program as a whole is considered as one program. If cancellation is made before or during any package programs, the refund will be determined by the starting date of the first program and it must be notified in writing.
Students must receive successfully their certificate or diploma in order to have placement. If cancellation is made before or after any classes begin or during any programs, the refund will be determined by the starting date of the first program and it must be notified in writing.
Homestay placement fee is not refundable
If a student cancels 30 days or more before moving into homestay, CanPacific College will refund 100% of homestay fees.
If a student Cancels less than 30day before moving into homestay, CanPacific College will deduct one month homestay fee.
If a student Cancels 30 days or more before vacating homestay, CanPacific College will refund 100% of remaining homstay fees.
If a student Cancels less than 30 days before vacating homestay, CanPacific College will deduct one month homestay fee.
Students must respect all the rules set by the host family and are expected to act responsively and respectfully toward their homestay family and their belongings. CanPacific College will not accept any responsibility or liability for any damage, loss, injury or death that occurs to the students or homestay as a result of either the student or the homestay family.
CanPacific College reserves the right to change school programs, program content, and start dates at any time without prior notice. CanPacific College reserves the right to change fees, dates and conditions listed on the college website or in the brochure without prior notice. CanPacific College reserves the right to terminate without notice the class of any student who seriously or persistently misconducts himself/herself during his/her stay in Canada. CanPacific College will not accept any responsibility or liability whatsoever for any damage or loss to the personal belongings of a student or for any injury or death of a student, occurring on or off school property.
At CanPacific College, students who are studying less than 8 weeks may not take a break in their study period, unless the break is approved in advance, at the time of registration. Students who are studying for 8 weeks or longer may request vacation time of 1 or 4 weeks. This must be requested at least 4 weeks before the vacation period.
Exclusion of Liability - Assumption of Risk:
As a condition of involvement in all activities at CanPacific College of Business & English Inc., I understand and assume all risk of personal injury, death, or property loss resulting from any cause whatsoever, including but not limited to the inherent risks of these activities, use of equipment, collision with man-made or natural objects or other students, travel within or beyond designated boundaries, or negligence, breach of contract, or breach of statutory duty of care on part of CanPacific College of Business & English Inc., and its employees, directors, and agents. I agree that CanPacific College of Business & English Inc., and its employees, directors, and agents shall not be liable for any such personal injury, death, or property loss and release CanPacific College of Business & English Inc., and its employees, directors, and agents and waive all claims and respects thereto. This includes all transport to and from these activities arranged by CanPacific College of Business & English Inc., and its employees, directors, and agents.
This means that you are fully responsible for anything that happens to you during activities organized by CanPacific College of Business & English Inc., You do not have to do any activity you do not want to. It is your responsibility to ensure you have adequate insurance coverage.