Kingsway International College requires students to have at least 85% attendance. Valid reasons should be shown for non-attendance. No student shall fail to attend more than two consecutive sessions other than for health reasons. Absences on medical grounds must be supported by medical certificates from the GP.
We maintain a rigid student attendance policy. However, we warn our students that in the event of their absent they will require to face the consequences. All the students should maintain an attendance of 85% failure to do that will be reported to the concerned department (if applicable).
We can terminate a student in the event of one or more of the following:
We may, at any time up to graduation, suspend or terminate the registration of any student who is in debt to the college. The procedure applies to students registered with the college who are in debt to the college as a result of non-payment of fees, charges, fines or other monies.
The CEO may exceptionally permit the re-registration of a person whose registration has been terminated under this procedure, but only if the debt has been paid in full, and if the student has received the undertakings he/she requires about future payments and any other matter.
In the case of serious or persistent failure to meet requirements for academic progression, the CEO may issue to a student a written warning of failure to meet academic requirements. For all internally managed programmes, a student should be given two chances, exclusive of any re-sit arrangements, to complete a particular module. For externally managed programmes, the student should be given a maximum of two chances to complete the module.
If the student fails to attain, within the period specified, the requirements specified in the written warning, the CEO shall confirm in writing to the student that a request for termination of registration is to be made to the Registrar. Upon receipt of a request for termination of registration, we shall terminate the registration of the student concerned, notifying his action in writing to the student
If any alleged misconduct by a student is sufficiently serious, the CEO shall consider the proposed charges and supporting evidence and shall determine whether there shall be a hearing of a complaint of breach of discipline.
The Registrar may recommend that the CEO suspends a student or imposes restrictions on membership, attendance at the College or access to its property or facilities.
We shall inform the student who is the subject of the complaints in writing of any action taken by the CEO and of the charges which shall be considered at the hearing and invite the student to respond in writing to the CEO within fourteen days.