1. Enrolment and Fees
Students applying for the Professional Diploma in Interior Design course should return the application form and send £3,000 deposit following the confirmation of the acceptance letter onto the course.
Students applying on the Part-time courses should complete the application form and return it with a 10% deposit to the course administrator in order to register their place.
The outstanding balance of fees is due four weeks before the start of any of the courses.
Places are limited and in the event of the course applied for being fully booked, the deposit will be returned in full.
The Interior Design School reserves the right to alter, amend or cancel a course if there are insufficient numbers to run it. Should The Interior Design School cancel a course, the balance on all outstanding fees will be returned.
To cover bank charges on all payments received by cheque or by transfer from banks or other institutions out-side the United Kingdom there will be an additional charge of £30.
VAT (Valued Added Tax) is a Government Tax raised on all courses and is included in the fees shown. Currently at a rate of 20%, the fees will increase accordingly should the tax increase.
Cheques should be made payable to The Interior Design School and sent with the application form for the attention of The Course Administrator
The Interior Design School
22 Lonsdale Road
London NW6 6RD.
There will be an additional 1.8% charged on credit card payments over £3,000
2. Payment by Instalments
Student fees may be paid in instalments, subject to a prior written agreement and an additional charge of 4.5% of the balance of the course fee. Payments should be made by direct debit with the bank.
3. Withdrawal from a Course
There is no remission of fees unless four weeks notice is given in writing before the course commencement date. In such a case, a charge of £100 for Part-time courses and £500 for the Diploma programme will be deducted from any refund, to cover administrative costs.
Under no circumstances will The Interior Design School refund fees once a student has started a course. If a student withdraws from the course for reasons out of their control, payment for the agreed classes must be met.
It is recommended that students take out tuition insurance from a recommended insurance broker.
4. General Conditions
Prospective students must be 21 or over on commencement of a course.
Each student is provided with a copy of The Interior Design School Regulations with which they must comply.
A student who misses more than three consecutive days due to illness or injury must produce the appropriate medical certificate.