inlingua School of Languages
 

School Regulations


Students should observe all the school regulations. If he / she does not do so, he / she may be expelled from the School.

  1. Students shall attend all sessions punctually and shall give reasons for any absence.

  2. The School is not responsible for the loss of personal property or for loss resulting from theft, fire or injury sustained on the premises.

  3. Students shall co-operate with the teachers on the principles of the teaching method and participate actively in the programme.

  4. While on the School’s premises, students shall help maintain the academic atmosphere by not disturbing other groups being taught.

  5. There shall be no littering and students should help to keep rooms and corridors clean, neat and tidy at all times. Eating and drinking are not permitted in the classrooms or corridors.

  6. Smoking and chewing gum are not permitted anywhere on the School’s premises.

  7. Students who deface or damage the School’s property will be required to pay for any repairs or replacement costs.

  8. The School reserves the right to ask a student to leave our premises for inappropriate behaviour.

  9. Students shall observe a proper dress code while in School at all times. No slippers or indecent attire are allowed.





Discipline



A Student may be formally reprimanded, detained, suspended or expelled from the School if it is proved that the student has committed a very grave breach of the School’s discipline or a criminal offence.

 

Expulsion is reserved for the most serious breaches. In general, the School will attempt to resolve a situation without the need for expulsion. Verbal warning, written warning, detention and suspension may precede expulsion. When the School deems the integrity, safety or well-being of the institute, its students, staff, clients, visitors and other guests are in danger then expulsion may be applied at the School’s discretion at any point in the process.

 

Any member of the Executive Management Board or any person authorised by them shall have the power to enforce discipline on behalf of inlingua School of Languages.

 

Misconduct includes but is not limited to:

 

 

Depending on the gravity of the offence(s), a student may be subject to the following:

Offence

1st offence

2nd offence

3rd offence

4th offence

5th offence

Violation of ICA regulation

Expulsion

 

 

 

 

Repeatedly falling below the minimum required course attendance

Written warning

Detention

Suspension

Expulsion

 

Significant omissions or errors in Admissions Documentation

Expulsion

 

 

 

 

Fighting or behaving disorderly

Written warning

Detention

Suspension

Expulsion

 

Vandalism, mischief and/or theft

Suspension

Expulsion

 

 

 

Harassment, Discrimination and/or Defamation

Written warning

Detention

Suspension

Expulsion

 

Use of drugs, tobacco and/or alcohol on the school’s premises

Written warning

Detention

Suspension

Expulsion

 

Cheating in examinations / tests

Suspension

Expulsion

 

 

 

Failing to pay the course fees within the stipulated date

Verbal warning

Written warning

Detention

Suspension

Expulsion


Please note that the recommendations mentioned above are guidelines only. It is at the sole discretion of any member of the Executive Management Board or any person authorised by them to enforce the appropriate disciplinary actions.

 

Detention

 

Students who are subject to detention for any reason will be notified in writing by email/letter. The notification will contain a description of the basis for detention and the effective date. Students may be detained and asked to take part in academic activity for a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 4 hours at a time. Detention classes / activities shall take place before or after the scheduled lessons of the programme the student is enrolled in. Detained students who dispute the facts of the detention must appeal the decision within 24 hours of receiving the notification and must do so according to the school’s Feedback and Complaint System.

 

Suspension

 

Students who are subject to suspension for any reason will be notified in writing by email/letter. The notification will contain a description of the basis for suspension and the effective date. Students may be suspended from lessons for a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 5 days. Students who are suspended shall be marked absent from lessons. Suspended students who dispute the facts of the suspension must appeal the decision within 24 hours of receiving the notification and must do so according to the school’s Feedback and Complaint System.

 

Expulsion

 

Students who are subject to expulsion for any reason will be notified in writing by email/letter. The notification will contain a description of the basis for expulsion and the effective date. Expelled students who dispute the facts of the expulsion must appeal the decision within 24 hours of receiving the notification and must do so according to the school’s Feedback and Complaint System.

 

A student who is expelled from the school will be considered withdrawn from their programme on the effective date of the expulsion. inlingua School of Languages will officially withdraw the student under the Enforced Withdrawal policy.

 

Note:

 

Students who are subject to written warning, detention, suspension and/or expulsion for any reason will be notified in writing by email, hand-delivered letter or by registered mail with return receipt. inlingua School of Languages is not responsible for non-delivery by registered mail if the student has not provided a valid home address where the student currently resides.