Tuition Fees & Refund Policy at Hamptons College
Hamptons College commits to providing quality education to international students in a relaxed and safe environment at very affordable and competitive tuition costs among most private Canadian colleges. Please take a look at a few advantages of choosing Hamptons:
- Tuition flexibility with ability to pay installment on a tuition payment agreement
- Tuition reduces by the value based on the amount of courses a student is taking
- Sign up credit: any student that signs up as a new student gets a cash credit ($240-$300)
Please note that all costs are calculated in Canadian Dollars.
International Students Tuition Fees Payment and Refund Policies
The application fee ($300.00) is due with your application and this fee is non-refundable. Please refer to your letter of acceptance for details of fees due. Fees vary according to the program of study and time of registration. Late registration fees may be charged if a student registers after the registration deadline indicated in the offer letter.
Tuition Payment Structure
Upon signing the admissions contract, a fee of $500 is due. This fee will be part of the program tuition and is due at the time of registration.
Deferral of Program Start Date
Hamptons College reserves the right to defer the start date of a program. Information on such deferral must reach the student not less than 14 business days before the originally advertised date. If this notice period is violated, the college will refund all fees, including the application fee, to the student at the request of the student. Such requests by the student must reach the college within 5 business days of receipt of deferral information. Where no such request is made, the college will treat it as an acceptance by the student of the new program start date.
In the same vein, the student can (within 14 business days before the originally advertised program start date) request to defer admissions to the next run of the program. Any request received less than 14 business days before the program start date shall not be accepted and shall be treated in line with the refund policy below.
Fee Refund Policy
To initiate a refund, written notice must be provided:
- By a student to Hamptons College when the student withdraws, or
- By Hamptons College to the student where the college dismisses the student OR where the college fails/ceases to deliver the program, which the student registered for.
- If the student terminates the student contract on or before of 4th business day after signing the contract, Hamptons College will refund all the tuition fees paid by or behalf of the student.
Such withdrawal notice by a student shall be in a standard Hamptons Students Program Withdrawal Form available at the Students Office. Please contact the Program Manager for a hard copy or electronic copy of the form. Students are to complete the form and return a signed copy electronically or in hard copy to the program Manager. The date of withdrawal shall be the date the application is received by the Program Manager of the college. Where reason for withdrawal is because a student has been denied a visa, such a letter of denial must be attached to the withdrawal form.
Students who withdraw give up their admission to the college and their status as students at Hamptons. Information about students who withdraw will be reported to Citizenship and Immigration Canada. A student who withdraws and later wishes to return to Hamptons College must re-apply for admission. For further information, feel free to get in touch with us today.
Once Hamptons College Admissions Team is satisfied with requirements, the institution may enter into a contract with the student and collect a registration fee of up to $500. A registration fee must be credited to unpaid tuition if the student starts the program in accordance with Private Vocational Training Regulation.
Hamptons College will not require or accept payment of a registration fee in respect of a prospective student until that person has signed a student contract. Or any other tuition fee or any incidental fee in respect of a student or a prospective student before that person’s vocational training begins.
All fee refunds will be processed within 30 business days after the receipt of the withdrawal application notice. Refund will be made to the student, individual or organization that originally paid the tuition.
A student who withdraws from a program may choose to commit the refundable portion of the tuition from the program they are withdrawing to the new program, however a non-refundable program transfer fee ($200) must be paid for the transfer application to the new program.
All international students pay a non-refundable application fee of CAD $300. A $500.00 Student Registration fee is required upon signing the Student Enrollment Contract. The registration fee will be credited to your tuition upon commencement of the program. Portion of your fees are refundable if you decide to terminate your studies before the scheduled end of program. Please note that international students are not eligible for Alberta Government Student financial assistance. If you require financial assistance, please contact your home government to determine if you qualify for aid from your home government or from the Government of Canada under the Canadian International Development Agency.
If the student terminates a student contract on or before the 4th business day after signing the contract, Hamptons College will refund all tuition fees paid by or on behalf of the student.
For domestic and international students,Hamptons College will refund any tuition fee or incidental fee, the refund must be paid no later than 30 days from the day the student contract is terminated.
Refunds of tuition – after training begins
We strictly follow the Private Vocational Training Regulation guidelines.
If a student contract is terminated after their vocational training begins, Hamptons College is entitled to the following amounts of the tuition fees:
(a) when 10% or less of the vocational training has been provided, 25% of the tuition fees; (b) when more than 10% but 50% or less of the vocational training has been provided, 60% of the tuition fees; (c) when more than 50% of the vocational training has been provided, 100% of the tuition fees.
(2) If Hamptons College has received tuition fees in excess of the amount that the licensee is entitled, the College will refund the excess amount.