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TUITION OVERPAYMENT & DROPPING A COURSE REFUND

When a student's account is overpaid, the excess will be refunded upon request to the student at the end of the semester, or credited to his/her account. Requests, in writing, including the student's identification number, and a copy of the payment voucher, should be made to the Accounts Department.

LATE REGISTRATION SERVICE FEES

A Late Registration Fee will be charged for all registrations done after the Adjustment of Registration period.

CLASS SCHEDULE/TIME TABLE

The University College posts class schedules/time tables on departmental notice boards. Students must check these boards to find out the times and locations of their classes.

COURSE ASSESSMENT

A course may be examined by one or more of the following: written examination papers, coursework (individual and group), oral presentations or any other approved method or combination of methods.
Registration for a course constitutes registration for the examination(s) in that course.

CREDITS OR EXEMPTIONS

Candidates gaining entry to a degree programme and having more than the minimum entry requirements may request exemption on the strength of relevant courses they have done, over and above the entry requirements, in approved programmes. Persons applying for credit exemptions should make such requests through their respective Deans during the first two weeks of Semester 1. More information on exemptions can be found in the section on General Academic Regulations and Requirements.

PAYMENT OF FEES

Fees are payable in full, before registration, by manager's cheque or cash, using the special lodgement voucher provided by the University College. Students are allowed to pay fees per semester, or per year. However, ALL STUDENTS are required to register at the commencement of both semesters. Fees should be paid to the bank before registration week and the Bursary portion of the voucher submitted to the Accounts Department to permit the issue of a Registration Authorization Form. Students who fail to pay their Semester 1 fees, in addition to any balance brought forward, will not be allowed to register. Where a student is awaiting funds from the SLB, proof of agreement must be presented, i.e. Status E Category, or else students must pay 50% of the fees at registration. It is the responsibility of the student to monitor his/her SLB loan applications.

Other Programme Expenses

 

Students will be responsible for the purchase of textbooks, programme specific equipment as well as other materials typically associated with advanced study.

DRESS CODE

"I promise that my appearance and conduct outside, as well as inside the university college precincts will be such as will enhance the highest traditions of The Mico."
All students are required to dress professionally and to adhere to the regulations concerning acceptable attire within the University College precincts.