Terms and Conditions of Admission

All students admitted to courses of Ming-Ai (London) Institute are bound by the following terms and conditions.

  1. Enrolment form and cheque should reach the Administration Office at Ming-Ai (London) Institute, 1 Cline Road, London N11 2LX at least seven working days before starting date.

  2. Cheques should be made payable to “Ming-Ai Association”; or by BAC to “Ming-Ai Association” account with HSBC ( Sort Code: 40-03-11; Account number: 71549634).

  3. The course will only take place if justified by demand.

  4. Enrolment for a course creates a binding agreement to follow the course and pay the fee.

  5. The Institute reserves the right to cancel a course, in which case all fees paid are refunded.

  6. The Institute is committed to sustaining the cost of the course to the end of the term once it has commenced; therefore fees paid are non-refundable.

  7. Students wishing to withdraw their enrolment 4-6 working days before the start date will receive a refund minus an administrative charge of 10 % of the course fees paid.

  8. Students wishing to withdraw their enrolment 2-3 working days before the start date will receive a refund of 50 % of the course fees paid.

  9. No refund of fees will be made to students wishing to withdraw one day before, on/after the start date of the course.

  10. If a student must withdraw from the Institute because of serious illness during the academic term, 50 % of the balance of a pro rata fee will be refunded on condition that a certificate of inability to attend the Institute is produced from an approved doctor.

  11. In the event of a student being dismissed by the Institute, fees will not be refunded.

  12. The Institute reserves the right to change the course fee and timetable.

  13. Students who have not paid their fees by the due date of payment or on the instalment dates agreed with the Dean will incur an additional surcharge of 1.5% per month on the outstanding balance compounded.

  14. Fees do not include textbooks or extra reference books or tools recommended by a tutor. As some individual courses may include the cost of necessary materials, please seek advice before you book the course.

  15. Reference letters will not be issued for students not adhering to the terms and conditions given herein.

  16. Students are expected to behave properly and maturely, showing due respect towards tutors and consideration towards other students. Students, or their parents/guardian, are held responsible for a repair or replacement of any furniture or equipment which they have damaged.

  17. The Institute will not be responsible for any mail or money sent to students using the Institute as a mailing address.

  18. The Administration Office must be notified by the student of any change in his/her addresses and telephone number.

  19. If this form is signed on behalf of the student by his/her sponsor/guardian, these terms and conditions remain in force.

  20. Students are expected to abide by the provisions of Health & Safety, Disability and Discrimination legislation.

  21. The above terms and conditions are subject to interpretation by Law Courts in England.