Terms and Conditions
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The University will verify all language tests (if applicable) with the provider you undertook your language test with, as per the admission requirements:
The language of instruction at UCC Global is English. Applicants whose most recent education was not in English will be required to demonstrate English Language proficiency, through the completion of an approved English testing regime such as, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Both TOEFL Paper-based (PBT) and TOEFL Internet-based (IBT) will be accepted.
Revocation of Admission
The University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) provides leadership and support to officials of the Institution acting under this policy’s procedures, including consulting with, and providing guidance to deans and their designees to support this policy's consistent and fair application across the UCC.
POLICY - The University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) reserves the right to delay or revoke an offer of admission under certain circumstances and at any time, including after a student is in attendance at UCC. When the Institution revokes an admission, it is:
Withdrawing the offer of admission made to the applicant and the applicant is no longer permitted to enroll in the degree to which they applied.
If the applicant has already accepted the offer of admission, and is in attendance as a student, they will be administratively withdrawn and not permitted to re-enroll into courses. At this point, UCC may, at its discretion, void any previous course credit and grades on the student’s official transcript and note the transcript to reflect the revocation. The student will not be entitled to refunds on courses previously completed, however, if an advance payment on tuition was made, UCC will refund tuition for the courses the student was not in attendance.
BASIS FOR REVOCATION OF ADMISSION - When applying to The University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) degree programs, applicants certify that the information they submit during the admission process is their own work, factually true, and honestly presented. The Institution relies on the integrity of that information, as such UCC reserves the right to revoke admission should the information an applicant submitted, includes any one or a combination of the following:
Information proves to be materially incomplete or false.
Information proves that the applicant did not graduate from the academic programme indicated in their application.
If a conditionally admitted applicant fails to submit required official documents to secure full admission into the program within the stipulated time frame. (Academic awards (degrees) will not be granted if the conditions stipulated in the Conditional Acceptance Letter are not completely met by the students).
Applicants expressly acknowledge that revocation right when they apply to the Institution.
TIME OF REVOCATION - UCC may revoke an offer of admission on any of the above bases at any time, including after an admitted applicant has commenced attending.
Students may be allowed to re-apply under the sole discretion of the Admissions Committee.
DEFINITION OF TERMS:
Applicant: An individual who applies for admission to one or more of the Institution’s programs.
Admitted applicant: An applicant to whom the Institution has presented an offer of admission into one of its of programs.
Conditional Admission: Acceptance given to an applicant who meets the minimum requirements for entry into an academic program but has not submitted the official transcript required for full admission.
In attendance: A student is considered in attendance on the first day of the self-paced/semester/term for which they were admitted; on the first day of their classes; on the first day of a university-sponsored pre- or post-orientation, activity, or academic program in which they are participating; or on the first day of a graduate study for the first semester/term or subsequent terms for which they were admitted, whichever is earliest.
Revocation (of admission): Where the Institution withdraws an offer of admission to one of its programs.
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I confirm to the best of my knowledge that the information I have provided in this application is complete and accurate. I understand that any offer of admission that I may receive from the University will be based upon the information given in this form and that if I am found to have given false information, the offer may be withdrawn.
I understand that the information supplied on this form will be retained by the University and Higher Education Partners Limited and will be used for the purposes of processing my application and collecting feedback on the admissions process.
I understand that the University may share information with external agencies for the purpose of verifying academic documents.
I understand that if my application is successful that the information will form part of my student record. If admitted to the University, I agree to abide by the Academic Regulations of the University.