Should a student withdraw from a course or subject, before classes commence, without immediately re-enrolling for another course or subject, the student and or sponsor will be liable to pay an amount of R300,00 plus the value of any books, stationery, or equipment issued to the student and not returned in a reusable condition. Should such withdrawal take place within the first four weeks of classes commencing, the student and or sponsor will be liable to pay 50% of the course or subject fee plus the value of any books, stationery, or equipment issued to the student and not returned in a reusable condition. Should such withdrawal take place more than four weeks after classes have commenced, then the student and/or sponsor will be liable for the full subject or course fee.
A student will only be permitted to transfer from one subject to another within the first three weeks of commencement of lectures. Should this option be exercised then the student and/or sponsor will be liable to pay for any books, stationery, or equipment issued and not returned in a reusable condition. An administrative fee of R150.00 will be payable for each and every transfer.
Deferment from a subject or course is not permissible after four weeks from the date of commencement of lectures. Should the student wish to defer from a subject or course later than the specified period of four weeks, then the student/sponsor will be liable for fifty percent (50%) of the subject or course fee in addition the to cost of any books, stationery, or equipment issued to the student and not returned in a reusable condition.
Should deferment occur during the first four weeks after commencement of lectures, the student and/or sponsor will be liable for an administrative fee of R300.00 per deferment.
All fees are due and payable in full on registration. It is not the policy of RBS to advance credit to students.
Any amount not paid on the due date will carry interest at USURY ACT rates.
The student and sponsor choose their physical addresses for the purposes of service of any court processes, summons and notices should legal action flow from this agreement The student and sponsor undertake to pay legal collection costs on an attorney and client scale, including collection, commission, and tracing fees should Rissik Business School institute action for recovery of any arrears amounts.
This agreement constitutes the full agreement between the parties, and no indulgence granted by RBS will be deemed to be a waiver of any rights of RBS or operate as an estoppels. No variation or consensual cancellation of this agreement will have any force or effect unless reduced to writing and signed by both parties.
Should the student qualify for a discount, which is at the discretion of RBS management, the said discount will be applied per subject
Should the student qualify for a discount, it can only be claimed within thirty day from the date of enrolment; thereafter the student will not be able to claim the discount.
Any credits that a student has with RBS not claimed within a year from date of payment will be forfeited including any claim thereon in the form of refund, transfer or any type of reimbursement.
It is a condition of enrolment that students agree to abide by the RBS CODE OF CONDUCT:
I undertake to abide by the following Code of Conduct. I understand that any breach will result in disciplinary action against me. This may include expulsion without any further warning.
I accept that the aim of this Code of Conduct is to ensure that conditions on campus promote academic performance and positive interpersonal interaction
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on campus except in designated areas.
Ilicit substances or alcohol are prohibited from the campus.
Students shall not cause damage to campus property or the possessions of fellow students through wilful acts or negligence.
Students shall not engage in any acts of violence, threaten violence or carry weapons on campus. Student shall at all times act with due decorum while on campus, and shall dress appropriately. No party political activities shall be conducted on campus.
Students shall accept the results of their internal tests and assignments and external examinations as final, subject to the standard remark procedures.
Students are to make RBS management aware of any friends or visitors that they bring onto campus.