By applying to study at King's you agree to the following Terms:
1. All applications are for study by distance-learning, and as such any letter of acceptance issued by King's cannot be used to apply to the UK Border Agency or Home Office for a study or visitor visa to the United Kingdom.
2. By applying to study at King's you confirm you have read and will respect and abide by our core values and beliefs.
3. It is the responsibility of applicants to determine that their chosen programme meets their specific needs. Concerning content and course structure, please pay attention to the course specification and module syllabi available for download on the relevant programme page. If you have any queries please contact the office.
4. Further to point 3, King's pays fees to third parties for students accepted to study on our courses. Therefore, if accepted onto one of our programmes any fees paid by you (including the first module fee) are non-refundable. If accepted you should therefore only purchase the first module if you are certain you wish to proceed, and once enrolled you should only pay in advance for credits you plan to complete. Once the initial module (or modules depending on when in the academic year you enroled) is/are completed, in subsequent years yearly fees can be paid in full for a discount or can be divided into three equal instalments. Once paid, each instalment is non-refundable.
5. Applicants accepted onto a King's programme are given access to the school's eCampus. This material is protected for copyright and privacy issues, and by opening an eCampus account you confirm you will not give anyone access to your eCampus account, distribute copies of materials, or divulge forum content to third parties.
6. Failure to complete the first module within six months of enrolment will result in your account being suspended (readmission fee is £95). Inactivity for eight months will result in your account being closed permanently, at which stage you will be required to re-apply if you wish to continue with your studies.
7. For APCL and APEL applicants: I fully understand the 50% rule explained on King's credit exemptions webpage.