Withdrawing from your Programme of Study
Student Welfare and Behaviour
All applicants to The Muslim College must follow the below procedure:
Submit their completed application form along with two passport sized photographs, and £200.00 non-refundable registration fee, with a copy of their passport, Academic Qualifications, work experience if any.
A letter of acceptance (Conditional Offer) will be posted upon an application being approved. Applicants must then send a advance deposit, upon receipt of which the college will dispatch enrolment details.
All fees must be paid in full via cheque, cash or international bank transfer, prior to course commencement. If paying by international bank transfer, please contact the Administrator who will provide the Muslim College bank details alternatively you can mail the college at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acceptance on the grounds of falsified academic certificates will result in exclusion from the college and no refund of fees will be offered. Payment of fees via forged cheques will result in the college contacting the legal authorities to deal with this criminal act.
At The Muslim College we aim to provide an open, flexible and friendly environment, which is accessible to the whole student community regardless of race, colour, creed, religion, ethnic or national origins. The college always try to ensure all its students; will receive fair and equal treatment. Our staff is always willing to get feedback from individuals and try to improve on any situation that needs improving. At The Muslim College student welfare is important and our main priority. We are always willing to help student at all times, whether it is of a personal nature or study related. There is always someone available and willing to talk to individuals. Students are also given letters to assist them to open bank account facilities, council tax and national insurance. We do student counselling.
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Usually the college arranges an accommodation near college premises for overseas students, if requested. The accommodation can be arranged in a hostel or private sharing rooms with other students or as a paying guest with a local family. Some accommodations have an inbuilt heating system and furnished rooms for £65 per week or more and may include a weekly charge for cleaning, change of bed linen, lighting, heating, water heating and breakfast for a single room.
Many students prefer to stay in single or shared rooms in private flats in London, having a provision of self-catering thus having kitchen facilities. The weekly rent for this type of accommodations may range from £50- £80 per week.
Overseas students arriving in UK should inform the Admission Officer of the college of their problem if any, at least a month prior to their arrival. The Admission Form must accompany a letter stating the type of accommodation required in London (hostel, flat, single, shared etc.) with a consent to pay the security and rent of one month, in advance, upon arrival in UK amounting to, at least, £400. Any extra money is refundable to the student after payment of the appropriate rent and security for the accommodation.
The welfare of its students is of paramount importance to The Muslim College As such, a Student Welfare Committee was established having the crucial responsibility of ensuring that the physical and mental well-being of all students is given due attention. The committee should make itself available to assist students with any problems they may be experiencing, be they physical, mental, social, financial or otherwise. The importance of this committee in protecting students and facilitating their academic and personal success cannot be over emphasized. A student representative and Student Welfare Officer will be included in this committee, alongside the Principal of the college.
Furthermore, The Muslim College holds the health and safety of all faculty members, students and college visitors as paramount. As such, the college strictly adheres to the standards set in the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, so as to ensure the well-being of all those entering college premises. Smoking and alcohol consumption are both strictly prohibited within any part of the college.
Finally, a primary obligation of all staff and students is to ensure that The Muslim College policy of non-discrimination and mutual respect is adhered to. This duty obliges all individuals to behave in a manner reflective of the ethos of the college; that is, to welcome all and create an atmosphere where no individual is negatively impacted by the wrongful behavior of others.
The Muslim College notes that discrimination comes in many forms and may be aimed at various aspects of an individuals being; such as race, creed, religion, disability or nationality. By adopting a pragmatic definition of discrimination, the college aims to protect against such discrimination in all its guises.