Refund Policy

REFUND POLICY FOR PROGRAM FEES:

All requests for refunds must be made in writing to the International Education Program, School District 43 (Coquitlam). Refund requests must include the original Letter of Acceptance or the original Letter of Re-Acceptance issued by the International Education Program, as well as relevant supporting documentation – e.g. letter from Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

 

FULL REFUND less application fee will be given if the IRCC does not approve a student Study Permit. To obtain a refund, written requests should be received within six months of the date of refusal. Requests must include the formal letter of refusal from the IRCC and the original Letter of Acceptance or the original Letter of Re-Acceptance issued by the International Education Program.

 

2/3 REFUND less application fee will be given when a student withdraws or becomes a permanent resident prior to the starting date indicated on the Letter of Acceptance or the original Letter of Re-Acceptance.

 

1/2 REFUND less application fee will be given when a student withdraws or becomes a permanent resident after the starting date indicated on the original Letter of Acceptance or the original Letter of Re-Acceptance but before 30 calendar days have elapsed.

 

NO REFUND will be granted to a:

  • student who withdraws from any course/program or international education course/program after 30 days from the starting date indicated on the original Letter of Acceptance or the original Letter of Re-Acceptance;
  • student who withdraws or becomes a permanent resident after 30 days from the starting date indicated on the original Letter of Acceptance or the original Letter of Re-Acceptance;
  • student who is dismissed from the program due to a breach of the law, policy or regulation as determined by the Government of Canada, the Police, School District No. 43 (Coquitlam), and/or the International Education Program.

 

It is a fundamental condition of the Board of Education of School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) that the Board shall not be liable for losses or expenses you may incur as a result of the Board being unable to provide education owing to labour disputes or other causes beyond its control.

 

 


Custodianship

Students enrolled at elementary schools must reside with parent(s). Students in Middle School and Secondary School and under the age of 19 years must have completed two additional documents before a...

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Medical

MSP - Care Card All international students are required to have medical coverage as a condition of their acceptance in the International Education Program. All international students must report...

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Selection Criteria

Acceptance in the International Education Program and subsequent placement in a school will be determined by the applicant's educational and behavioral background and present academic...

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Study Permit

More than 130,000 students come to Canada to study every year. Foreign students bring a rich culture to our classrooms as well as knowledge and skills that are welcome in our schools. The...

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Program Fee

To confirm your place in the school, pay the fees according to your Letter of Offer. Fees can be paid by bank-transfer, money-order, certified cheque, VISA or Mastercard. Program Fee Information...

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Homestay

Homestay in Coquitlam School District is more than just food and lodging - it is a chance to take part in all aspects of family life. We believe that our students will feel that they really do have a...

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Forms

Current Forms for International Education Programs The following forms can be downloaded for your convenience. Should you have any questions regarding our programs and application process please...

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