1. Student Warranties
- The student warrants that all documents and information supplied are true, authentic and correct.
- Where the student has supplied incorrect, fraudulent or misleading information, the student will automatically be withdrawn from the course, and will not be entitled to a refund of any fees paid.
2. Student on a Visa
- Students on a visa must adhere to the Attendance and Immigration Regulations.
- Students must familiarise themselves with Department of Immigration and Emigration of Sri Lanka regulations and at all times abide by the conditions of their visa.
- Students must inform IIT immediately of any change to their immigration status.
3. Disclosure to the Immigration Authorities
IIT reserves the right to disclose a student’s details, including academic progress and attendance rates, to the Immigration Authorities.
4. Programme Fees
- To book a place on a course, you must pay course registration fee and a minimum deposit of 50% of the fees for the first year. All deposits received are for the sole purpose of reserving a course place and are non-refundable, save as provided otherwise in these Terms and Conditions.
- All accepted students are required to pay the FULL tuition fees 14 days prior to the start date of the programme.
- Students who have not paid on time will not be granted to attend classes at IIT.
- Tuition fees are subject to change.
- IIT reserves the right to report offenders to the authorities, including the Immigration authority.
- Students may defer their place on a programme by up to one academic year.
- Non-payment of fees – IIT reserves the right to suspend and dismiss any student, at any time, for non-payment of fees or breach of student contract. No fees will be refunded for any student dismissed under this clause.
5. Refunds Policy
- Refund for withdrawal with a causeIIT will consider the scenarios listed below as grounds for request to withdraw;IIT fails, for any reason, to commence the course on the course commencement date;IIT terminates the course, for any reason; prior to the course commencement date;
- Refund for withdrawal without a causeIIT reviews all written notices of withdrawal (which are to be supported by relevant documents) on a case by case basis. IIT will consider the scenarios listed below as grounds for request to withdraw:
- Medical reasons, like hospitalization (for more than 30 days), supported with certification from a Sri Lankan registered doctor
- Pregnancy, supported with certification from a Sri Lankan registered Doctor
- In the above instances registration fee will not be refunded but course fee will be refundable on a pro-rata basis.
For all other written withdrawals without cause, the amount refundable is as per the Schedule below, where by it states IIT will refund the following;
6. Published Programmes
IIT reserves the right to alter published programmes. All programmes and courses are available subject to student demand.
7. Dates of Programmes
IIT reserves the right to alter start dates of programmes. All course timetables are subject to change.
8. Code of Conduct
Students are expected to conduct themselves, at all times, in a manner which demonstrates respect for IIT and its staff, fellow students, members of the public and IIT Property. Breaches of the student code of conduct may constitute gross misconduct, which may lead to expulsion from IIT.
- Students are expected to attend 100% of their classes and must provide documentary evidence to excuse any absences due to ill health or personal circumstances.
- Students will be expelled from the programme and will not be entitled to any refund if they
- Do not adhere to the attendance requirements
- Fail to start the course as scheduled without prior notification to IIT
- Are in breach of their visa conditions.
- The student agrees that he/she cannot change, defer or withdraw from the programme without prior consent from IIT. Any failure to start the course as scheduled, without prior notification of the school’s authorities, will lead to expulsion from the course. No refunds will be given.
- Where a student has withdrawn from the programme without prior consent from IIT, IIT reserves the right to pursue the student for outstanding fees.
To the extent permitted by law, we, other members of our group of companies and third parties connected to us hereby expressly exclude all conditions, warranties and other terms which might otherwise be implied by statute common law or the law of equity.
12. Regular Updates
IIT Terms and Conditions are subject to change. We communicate changes through updates to our websites. It is advisable to regularly check for updates.
13. Dress Code
The dress code is based on the theory that learning to use socially acceptable manners and selecting attire appropriate to specific occasions and activities are critical factors in the total educational process. Understanding and employing these behaviours not only improves the quality of one’s life, but also contributes to optimum morale, as well as embellishes the overall campus image. They also play a major role in instilling a sense of integrity and an appreciation for values and ethics.
The continuous demonstration of appropriate manners and dress ensures that IIT students meet the very minimum standards of quality achievement in the social, physical, moral and educational aspects of their lives – essential areas of development necessary for propelling students toward successful careers.
All students are expected to adhere to common practices in modesty, cleanliness and neatness; to dress in a respectful manner within the acceptable standards of the community and in such a manner as to contribute to the academic atmosphere, not detract from it. It should be noted, however, that it is the responsibility of the student and parent that the student adhere to the dress code, as follows.
- Refrain from wearing shorts and slippers, flip flops
- Clothing with derogatory, offensive and/or lewd messages either in words or pictures are not permitted
- Female students should avoid wearing skirts above the knee
- T shirts are allowed but should not expose major parts of the upper body
- However, sports jerseys may be worn
- Headgear as required by any religious denomination is permitted
- Transparent or see-through material is considered unacceptable
- Intentionally cut or torn/slashed pants are considered inappropriate