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Enrollment Agreement
I,
(Student Name), of
(Address of Student)
Telephone:
Facsimile:
e-mail:

hereby make application for a program of study entitled
(Name of Program)
commencing on
(Start Date) and concluding on
(End Date) and consisting of
(Duration of Hours, Months or Weeks) of instruction.
This program of instruction is to be taught as set out in the school prospectus, a copy of which I have received and read.
I understand that the full cost of this program is $
(Cost of Program) and I agree to make payments as per the attached payment schedule. I understand that textbooks and ancillary costs to complete the program of study, will require an additional $
(Cost of Textbooks and/or Ancillary Costs).
If this application is accepted, I agree to abide by the rules of the school, to be in regular attendance and ti carry out the instructions of the management and teachers while attending school on school premises or elsewhere.
In accordance with Part4(10)(a) of the Personal Information Protection Act, we hereby notify you that your name and personal identification information, the name of your program of study, and the amount of tuition paid may be forwarded to the Private Career Training Institutions Agency for the purpose of administering the Student Training Completion Fund.
This information is collected by the PCTIA under section 26 of the Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Act.
For more information about the collection, use and disclosure of this information, visit the Agency's website at www.pctia.bc.ca.
Students that are enrolling for and attending vocational programs will have their tuition fees protected under the Student training completion Fund administered by the Private Career Training Institutions Agency of British Columbia. However please note that the same governmental agency does not protect tuition fees paid by students for non-vocational, recreational or junior programs. For more information please contact the institute.
I understand that CANADIAN SPORTS BUSINESS ACADEMY will be operated in conformity with the Private Career Training Institutions Agency of BC. I further state that I have read and received a copy of CANADIAN SPORTS BUSINESS ACADEMY'S provisions for tuition refund, dispute resolution and conduct and dismissal attached hereto as schedules.
I accept this application as a basis of agreement and have received a copy of it.
DATED this
day of
, 20
(Signature of Applicant)
If the applicant is under 19 years of age, the signature of their parent or legal guardian must be appended as the responsible party to this agreement.

(Signature of Parent/Guardian)
THIS AGREEMENT IS ACCEPTED by CANADIAN SPORTS BUSINESS ACADEMY this ________day of________________,20________
(Signature of Academy Representative)
ENTRANCE QUALIFICATIONS:
1.
High school graduates or holders of a high school equivalency certificate (proof of education is required). if the applicants do not have a high school diploma or G.E.D, a personal interview with the school director/administrator is necessary prior to acceptance.
2.
Applicants must be least 17 years of age to be accepted into the course of study.
3.
Applicants must complete and submit a school admissions application form.
4.
Applicants must return a medical certificate (where applicable) completed by a licensed physician, which certifies the applicant to be in good health, free from communicable disease and fit to undertake training.
5.
Applicants must read and certify that they have read a copy of the school's policies and procedures, any updates and inserts and the enrolment and registration agreement.
TUITION REFUND POLICY FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
An international student is a person who is not a Canadian Citizen or a Landed Immigrant or who has been determined under the Immigration Act to be a Convention Refugee. International students require a Study Permit to study in Canada unless they are taking a course or program with a duration of six months or less, are a minor child already in Canada whose parents are not "visitors"  in Canada, or are a family or staff member of a foreign representative to Canada accredited by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. When Canadian Sports Business Academy enters into a contract with an international student the following refund policy is applicable..
Student Authorization Related Withdrawals
(1)
An institution may retain the lesser of 25% of the total fees due under the contract or $200 by international students who
(a)
are denied Study Permit authorization or Visitor Permit authorization form Citizenship and Immigration Canada, or
(b)
do not receive authorization prior to the start of program of study, provided that
(i)
the student notifies the institution of the circumstances subsection(1)(a) or (b) on or before the first day of a program of study is scheduled to begin and
(ii)
the student, within a reasonable time, provides documentation of the circumstances in subsection (1)(a) or (b) to the institution.
Non-student Authorization Related Withdrawals
(2)
When an international student enrolled with and/or studying at an institution on the basis of a Study Permit either withdraws from or is dismissed by the institution, the institution is required to notify Citizenship and Immigration Canada within fourteen(14)calendar days that the student has either withdrawn or been dismissed.
Refunds before a program of study starts:
(3)
(a)
if written notice of withdrawal is received by the institution less than seven(7) calendar days after the contract is made and before the program starts, the institution may retain the lesser of 25% of the total fees due under the contract or $400.
(b)
Subject to subsection(3)(a), if written notice of withdrawal is received by the institution thirty(30) calendar days or more before the start of a program of study, the institution may retain 25% of the total fees due under the contract.
(c)
Subject to subsection(3)(a), if written notice of withdrawal is received by the institution less than thirty(30) calendar days before the start of a program of study, the institution may retain 40% of total fees due under the contract.
Refunds after the program of study starts:
(4)
(a)
If written notice of withdrawal is received by the institution, or a student is dismissed within 10% of the program of study's duration, the institution may retain 50% of the total fees under the contract.
(b)
If written notice of withdrawal is received by the institution, or a student is dismissed after 10% and before 30% of a program of study's duration, the institution may retain 70% of the total fees due under contract.
(c)
If a student withdraws or is dismissed after 30% of the program of study's duration, no refund is required.
I have read the school's policies on admissions, rules of conduct, dispute resolution, dismissal and refund policy.

Student signature

Date
Registrar/school Operator
Parent sign here if student is a minor (Under 19 years of age)
DISMISSAL POLICY FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
1.
All students of the institution must abide by the rules of the institution.
2.
All students must regularly attend the courses of instruction constituting their program of study.
3.
All students must carry out the instruction of the management and teachers while attending the institution, whether on school premises or elsewhere.
4.
where a student does not comply with the institution's rules of conduct or where a student's enrolment is determined to be detrimental to the institution, its management, teachers, staff, or students, the institution will deliver a written warning to the student outlining the facts of the matter.
5.
Cheating or plagiarism in connection with academic program
6.
Forgery, alteration or misuse of institution's documents, records or identification, or knowingly furnishing false information to the Institute
7.
Misrepresentation of oneself or of an organization to be an agent of the Institute
8.
Obstruction or disruption of, on or off-campus property
9.
Physical abuse of campus property
10.
Their of or non-accidental damage to the Institute's property
11.
The sale or knowing possession of dangerous drugs, restricted dangerous drugs or narcotics on campus property
12.
Engaging in lewd, indecent or obscene behavior on campus property
13.
Abusive behavior toward a member of the Institution's staff
14.
Soliciting or assisting another to commit any act which would subject a student to expulsion, suspension or probation pursuant to this section.
15.
If the students fails to remedy their behavior as outlined in the written notice of the institution to the student, the institution may dismiss the student from the institution. Any notice of dismissal will be in writing.
DISPUTE RESOLUTION POLICY & PROCEDURE
CSBA is proud of our excellent reputation for student satisfaction, however, occasionally disputes may arise in any number of ways that require addressing.
CSBA is committed to preventing disputes where possible, and to quickly and fairly resolve disputes when they do arise.
The general procedures for dispute resolution are as follows:
Step1 - Informal Resolution
The first step is to seek an informal resolution by discussing the matter with the person responsible for the action that causes concern. If after discussing the matter the dispute remains unresolved a student may proceed to step2.
Step2
Where possible the person with the dispute will informally discuss the matter with a school staff in an attempt to find a mutual resolution. If the dispute is regarding the staff the person can automatically proceed to step3.
Step3 - Formal Resolution
If the matter is not resolved at the informal stage, a student should submit a written statement within 14 days of the date the dispute occurred. This should be addressed Chief Administrator. The written statement should be as detailed as possible and must include the students name, the date and time of the incident, the submission date, the name of the person(s) involved and if possible a recommended resolution.
Upon receiving the written statement the Chief Administrator will review the complaint with student and any other person involved. The Chief Administrator will provide to the student initiating the dispute a written reply within 14 days of receiving the complaint and complaint and if appropriate will make recommendations to resolve the dispute at hand and establish a timeframe for follow up.
Step4
If, after receiving the written response from the Chief Administrator, the dispute is still not resolved the student can request an opinion in writing from the President of the school. Within 14 days of receiving the complaint the President will provide the student with a written response to the dispute.
Step5
If, after all internal avenues for resolution have been exhausted the dispute is still outstanding and at least 14 days have elapsed since any attempt at resolution have passed, a mediator will be appointed whom is agreeable to both parties.
Mediation will be considered a final step and the reasonable costs of mediation will be shared equally between the parties, legal costs and personal costs incurred by each party will borne by the party receiving the benefit or service.
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