Admission

Payment/Refund Policy

To be considered for a refund, a student must submit a written notice of withdrawal to UMC.
Verbal notices are not considered. Notice of dismissal to a student also must be in written form.

The policy applies to tuition only. Application fees, airport reception fees, and medical insurance
are non-refundable.

Withdrawal Due to Student Visa / Study Permit Complications:
(1) UMC may retain the lesser of 25% of total fees or CAD$200.00 from Students who: a) Are
denied a Student Visa / Study Permit. The student or legal guardian must provide written notifica-
tion of the situation to UMC on or before the program start date and provide documentation of the
circumstances within a reasonable amount of time. b) Do not receive a Student Visa / Study
Permit before the program start date. The student or legal guardian must provide written notifica-
tion of the situation to UMC on or before the program start date and provide documentation of the
circumstances within a reasonable amount of time.

 Withdrawal for Reasons Unrelated to Student Visa / Study Permit:
(2) (a) After the approval of student visa by the Canadian Authority, no refund will be made if an
applicant for personal reasons does not come to Canada or does not study the applied course.
(b) When an international student enrolled with UMC on the basis of a study permit either with-
draws from or is dismissed by UMC, UMC will 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fourteen (14) calendar days that the student has either withdrawn or been dismissed.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 UMC less than seven (7) days after the con-
tract is made and before the program start date UMC may retain the lesser of 25% of the total
fees or CAD$500.00. (b) If written notice of withdrawal is received by UMC thirty (30) or more days
before the program start date UMC may retain 25% of the total fees. (c) If written notice of with-
drawal is received by UMC less than thirty (30) days before the program start date UMC may
retain 40% of the total fees.

Refunds after the program of study starts:
(4) If written notice of withdrawal is received by UMC, or if a student is dismissed, within the first
week of classes are eligible for a refund of 50% of the total tuition fee. No tuition refunds will be
granted after 4:00p.m. on Friday of the first week of classes in any session.
(5) Refunds owing students pursuant to sections 2 and 3 will be paid after fourteen (14) days,
but within thirty (30) days of receiving written notice of withdrawal from the student, or within thirty
(30) days of UMC issuing written notice of dismissal.

DEFERRED ACCEPTANCE
If you cannot begin in the month applied for, the tuition and registration fees are transferable to a
later month for up to 6 months, providing the school is notified on 30 days before the first day. In
such case, another office Letter of Acceptance showing such an extension can be obtained from
the Admission Office for a fee of $100 (in Canadian currency).

PROGRAM CHANGES
The Refund Policy applies to students who wish to change their program or schedules for any
reason.

UMC HOMESTAY FEE REFUND POLICY
1. The Homestay Placement Fee is non-refundable under all circumstances. 2. All Homestay
Fees are refunded if a Student Permit is denied and the student provides UMC with written notifi-
cation as outlined in Section 2 of the UMC Refund Policy.
3. If a student withdraws from Homestay, in writing, 30 days prior to the Homestay commence-
ment date all Homestay Fees will be refunded.
4. If a student withdraws from Homestay, in writing, before, but less than 30 days prior to the
commencement of Homestay, all Homestay Fees will be refunded except fees for the first 2
weeks of Homestay.
5. If a student withdraws or is dismissed from Homestay, in writing, after commencement of the
Homestay term with less than 30 days notice, all Homestay Fees will be refunded except the
amount calculated on a strict prorate basis for the used portion to the date of cancellation, and
the unused portion for next 4 weeks period commencing from the date notice is given and effec-
tive.
6. If notice to transfer or cancel is more than 4 weeks, all remaining unused Homestay Fees are
refunded.
7. There will be a $25 Homestay Move Fee for any changed of homestay, unless otherwise
approved by the UMC Director responsible for Homestay.
8. If a student requests to transfer to a different homestay family, the Homestay Move Fee will be
charged and fees for the next 4 weeks contract period may be charge unless otherwise approved
by the UMC Director responsible for Homestay.
9. A student will be dismissed from homestay if he or she has violated Canadian law and/or
UMC Homestay Regulations.
10. Refunds will be issued within 30days of receiving written notice and only upon presentation
of the original receipt. If a student was registered by a representative or the recruiter, the refund
will be sent to the representative or the recruiter.

DISMISSAL POLICY
The following may be causes for the dismissal of a student: - Possession of illegal or danger-
ous drugs or weapons - Cheating, plagiarism, stealing, or forgery - Theft of non-accidental
destruction of school property - Lewd, indecent, or obscene behavior on school property - Abu-
sive behavior toward other students or school staff