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The Student Contract

Coventry University (“the University”) believes it is important that all applicants understand the key terms, conditions and regulations that the University will apply and rely upon in its future relationship with them. We have tried to make our small print user friendly but it’s important that you read the following sections so that you understand the ‘legal bits’ of the Student Contract.

By accepting your offer of a place with us, a Student Contract (“the Contract”) will be formed between you and the University. The Contract will detail all of your rights and also the obligations you will be bound by during your time as a student and will also contain all of the obligations that the University owes to you. The terms and conditions of the Contract are set out in the documents listed below:

Key terms in the contract

Whilst both parties will be bound by the legal obligations contained within these documents, listed below are the really important terms we want you to be aware of before you decide to enter into the Contract with the University:

  • application and admission to the University
  • specific course entry requirements
  • criminal convictions
  • fitness to practise
  • duration of registration
  • your cancellation rights
  • changes to course modules or services
  • fees, deposits and consequences of non-payment
  • financial assistance
  • attendance monitoring
  • resits/repeats
  • conduct
  • intellectual property
  • accommodation
  • disciplinary procedure
  • complaints
  • data protection policy
  • general terms and conditions
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