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Terms and Conditions

  • Policies and Guidelines
  • Information for 16 and 17 year olds
  • Visa matters (UK schools only)

Conduct Guidelines

Our Guidelines & Policies are there to ensure that you have the best experience possible during your studies at The Language Gallery. They clearly set out what you should expect from the school and what responsibilities you have while studying with us.

The downloads below lay out the rules and regulations that apply to all of our students and which are put in place to help you make the best of both your studies and your time in the city of your choice. They also cover topics such as our policies relating to holidays, lateness, attendance, scheduling of classes and student exclusion.

 

Information for 16 and 17 year olds

Experience the UK and meet people from all over the world as you learn English. At our schools, we offer the same quality tuition and comprehensive student support to 16 and 17 year olds as we offer to our adult students. The Language Gallery is committed to promoting the welfare of all our students and safeguarding all our students aged 16 and 17 years old. Our staff are trained in safeguarding and take a proactive rather than reactive approach to ensure our students have a safe and happy time in the UK.

The Language Gallery works hard to provide all our students a positive experience in the school and city they choose to study. Our staff demonstrate an additional duty of care for all our students who are legally minors in the UK. As all our students are enrolled on adult courses we do not take the place of the students’ parents and as such parents should be aware that students at The Language Gallery are unsupervised outside of the school. We require all parents to sign a Parental Consent form and Code of Conduct for 16 & 17 year olds at the point of application.

The Language Gallery expects all our students aged 16 and 17 years old to:

  • Behave in a mature manner outside the school as well as on the school premises
  • Attend all their classes and sign in and out at reception
  • Obey UK law, including those specific to the legal age of majority
  • Adhere to a 10 PM curfew.

 

The Language Gallery will provide the following:

  • A safeguarding policy for all staff, parents and homestay hosts
  • Staff in regular contact with students aged 16 and 17 years old and homestay hosts who are DBS checked and vetted for suitability
  • Appropriate support, training and guidance
  • Designated safeguarding staff to ensure students have all the support they require.

We organise both high standard accommodation, and a varied social programme. By participating in the social programme, students will be introduced to the very best the UK has to offer, visiting famous historical sites, cultural attractions and sporting venues. These activities and trips will allow students to socialise with classmates, discover English culture and practise their language skills. The social programme offers a range of free and paid for activities. To participate in the social programme all students aged 16 and 17 years old must have parental consent. For more information see the relevant page for your chosen location.

Both our activities calendar and our courses take into account the educational and personal needs of students aged 16 and 17. That’s why our accommodation services provide you with conveniently located accommodation, meals and even airport transfers. We can also tailor our courses for teacher-led groups of 8 or more students.

The Terms and Conditions below apply to our school in Toronto. We have separate application forms, and separate terms and conditions for schools operated by our affiliates outside of the UK and Germany.

The conditions below set out the Terms and Conditions of the relationship between you (the student) and us (The Language Gallery – Toronto, or “TLG”).

These Terms and Conditions should be read in conjunction with The Language Gallery – Toronto, Terms and Conditions for Registration.

You must read, understand and agree to the Terms and Conditions below. It is a condition of enrolment in our courses that you accept and agree to these Terms and Conditions. YOU SHOULD ASK FOR HELP IN YOUR OWN LANGUAGE, IF YOU NEED IT.

IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND, ACCEPT OR AGREE TO ANY PART OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, YOU SHOULD NOT APPLY FOR ACCOMMODATION WITH THE LANGUAGE GALLERY.

 

1. General Accommodation

1.1 The Student requesting accommodation from TLG must be 16 years old or over. For students who are 16 -17 year olds, please refer to section 2

1.2 Students requesting accommodation from other Global University Systems’ colleges must be 18 years old or over.

1.3 All accommodation requests are subject to availability. The Student will be required to provide their first and a second choice of accommodation. If the first option is unavailable, the School will try to book either the second option or find the Student alternative accommodation.

1.4 There is an Accommodation Booking Fee of $250 per booking. This administrative fee must be paid for each new booking and is non-refundable.

1.5 All the information in the brochure and the application form about prices and accommodation options are guidelines; they cannot be guaranteed and may be subject to change at any time. Any increases on the price will not exceed 10% per any academic year.

1.6 The Student must follow the student Code of Conduct, which can be found at /about-us/guidelines-policies, homestay guide and any health and safety guidelines at all times. If the Student fails to do this, they may be removed from their accommodation and charged for the entire duration of their stay. In this instance, the Accommodation Manager has the right not to provide alternative accommodation to the Student.

1.7 If the Student causes any damage to the accommodation, they will be charged in full for the damage or any payment the School has to make on their behalf. If it is unclear who caused the damage, then the costs of the damage will be shared by the students in the accommodation.

1.8 The Student is strongly advised to arrange insurance cover for their possessions. The School is not responsible for any damage, loss or theft of the Student’s property.

1.9 The Student cannot smoke in any part of student residences or homestay accommodation. The Student will be told about places where they can smoke.

1.10 The Student must tell the School of any problems with their accommodation immediately. If the School cannot find a solution to the problem, it will find you an alternative accommodation provider.

1.11 The School will not provide accommodation for more than 1 week outside of the duration of the course. Only students of The Language Gallery are permitted in Language Gallery accommodations.

1.12 If the Student books accommodation with the School, the Student must pay the School and not the provider for all accommodation services, including any extensions.

1.13 If the Student wants to extend their stay, they must request this from the School at least 2 weeks prior to their current end date. They must not approach the accommodation provider about accommodation extensions.

1.14 The minimum homestay booking period is two weeks. This does not apply to student residence accommodation. For further details regarding minimum booking period in residences, check our online accommodation brochure available on the School’s webpage.

1.15 The School will provide the Student with the accommodation details approximately 5 – 10 days after the School has received the full payment. The time in which the School receives accommodation details may vary depending on availability period. This information is in the Confirmation Letter. The Student must make sure they have received all the information before coming to Canada, in line with study permit processing requirements.  See:   http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study.asp

 

2. Under 18s

2.1 Students aged 16-17 years old will only be placed in full board homestay accommodation booked by TLG. The legal guardian of any Student under the age of 18 must complete the Parental Consent Form, found online at /about-us/guidelines-policies

2.2 Students under 18 years old must have a return airport transfer organized by the School.

3. Transfers

3.1 For Airport Transfer services arranged by the school: The taxi driver will be waiting in the Arrivals area, holding up a sign with the TLG Logo and Student’s name on it. The taxi pick up includes 1.5 hour waiting time; if the Student is delayed longer than the required wait time, the driver will leave the airport. If for any reason the Student cannot see the transfer driver, he/she MUST contact the driver or the School’s Emergency telephone number provided in the Confirmation Letter. If the Student arrives and does not see the driver and has not made contact with the driver or the emergency telephone, the fees will not be refunded.

4. Payment & Confirmation

4.1 The Student must pay for accommodation services in full by the date stated in the Accommodation Offer Letter provided by the Accommodation Officer. Accommodation is only confirmed once a Confirmation Letter has been issued.

4.2 If the School does not receive payment before the date given by the Accommodation Officer, the reservation is not confirmed. In such event, the School will not be responsible if the same accommodation is no longer available.

4.3 If the Student wants to extend their stay at their accommodation, they must inform the accommodation department at least 2 weeks before their departure date. The School will try to help as much as possible, but cannot guarantee any extensions as it is subject to availability.

4.4 If the Student arrives late at the accommodation at the beginning of their stay, he/she will still have to pay the full fees, and will not get a refund.

 

5.1 Cancellations & Refunds

5.1 The Accommodation Booking Fee of $250 is non-refundable.

5.2 If the Student wishes to cancel or change their accommodation after arrival, the Student must inform the Accommodation department in writing to the school email address. AccommodationsTO@thelanguagegallery.com. Changes may take up to 2 weeks to be confirmed. Cancellations may result in extra fees.

5.3 The Student must provide the appropriate cancellation period as outlined on each accommodation fact sheet provided on the School’s webpage.

The cancellation notice period prior to arrival is the following:

  • 4 weeks – Homestay
  • 3 weeks – For all non-homestay bookings

 

The cancellation notice period after Arrival is the following:

  • 2 weeks – Homestay
  • 3 weeks – For all non-homestay bookings

5.4 If the Student decides to cancel or change the accommodation without providing the appropriate written cancellation notice, they will be charged accordingly and will not be entitled to a refund.

5.5 All refund applications must be made via our online refunds portal: http://refunds.thelanguagegallery.com

5.6 Refunds can take a minimum of 60 days to be processed.

5.7 Accommodation bookings cannot be transferred from one Student to another.

6. Limitation of Liability

6.1 Students’ attention is particularly drawn to the following clause: The liability of the School, London School of Business and Finance, Inter-Active Pro Limited, Language Gallery Inc, and/or Interactive World Wide Limited (and their Group, Associated and/or Affiliated companies) for losses arising from their negligence (except in the case of liability for death or personal injury), breach of contract or otherwise will be limited to the full amounts paid by the relevant Student for the accommodation. Except in the case of liability for death and personal injury, and to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, such companies will have NO LIABILITY FOR ANY OTHER DIRECT, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE HOWEVER ARISING

6.2 FORCE MAJEURE: The School cannot be held responsible for damage to an accommodation or failure to check-in or complete a contract with an accommodation provider due to an act of God, terrorism or war.

6.3 MAINTAINING ACADEMIC REPUTATION: The School is an accredited academic institution which is committed to maintaining and improving its reputation. Therefore, by agreeing to become a Student of the School, the Student must not engage in any action which might cause either their own personal academic reputation or the reputation of the School to fall into disrepute.

6.4 Students’ attention is particularly drawn to this section: signing the declaration constitutes full and irrevocable acceptance of these terms and conditions.

 

7.1 Governing Law

7.1 These Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws of Ontario and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of Ontario courts.

 

8. Personal Information and Privacy

8.1 TLG protects the personal information and privacy of its students.  Please review the TLG Privacy Policy Cookies Policy for further details.

Our company information is:

Language Gallery Inc.
22 College Street — Suite 500
Toronto, M5G 1K2, Canada
Ontario Corporation no. 0002374399

The Terms and Conditions below apply to our school in Toronto. We have separate application forms, and separate terms and conditions for schools operated by our affiliates in the UK and Germany.

The conditions below set out the Terms and Conditions of the relationship between you (the student) and us (The Language Gallery – Toronto, or “TLG”).

The minimum age for students at TLG is: 16 years old

Parents of students who are under 18 must also sign the “Parental Consent Form” which can be found at /about-us/guidelines-policies

You must read, understand and agree to the Terms and Conditions below. It is a condition of enrolment in our courses that you accept and agree to these Terms and Conditions. YOU SHOULD ASK FOR HELP IN YOUR OWN LANGUAGE, IF YOU NEED IT.

IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND, ACCEPT OR AGREE TO ANY PART OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, YOU SHOULD NOT ENROL IN OUR COURSES.

1. Payment

1.1 To register for a course, you must pay the full tuition fee in advance.

1.1.1 For individual bookings and group bookings, payment must be received prior to the beginning of the program, otherwise, you are not guaranteed a spot in the course.

1.1.2 You cannot start your course until any outstanding fees are paid in full.

1.2 Once paid, an Enrolment Letter will be sent to you. In the event of Study Permit/Visa refusal or your wish to withdraw from the course, please refer to Sections 2 and 3.

1.3 You must include your Student ID number, provided to you in the offer letter, as a reference in ANY payment processed. It will help us with automatic payment allocation.

1.4 All fees are payable in Canadian dollars.  If you are making a payment in another currency, you must ensure that the actual payment received by us is the correct amount in Canadian dollars, after all currency exchange and bank fees.

1.5 If you pay by bank transfer, it can take up to 5 working days for payment to reach us. You must send proof of payment and use your student ID number as a reference.

1.6 We are not responsible for any international bank transfer charges/or bank payment card/cheques. You will need to settle any balances incurred due to an international bank transfer as soon as you start your course.

1.7 If you pay by cheque, it should come from a Canadian bank account and be made payable to the bank account stated on your invoice(s.) You must ensure that you write your unique Student ID number on the back of the cheque

1.8 OVERDUE ACCOUNTS: We reserve the right to charge interest at 10% per annum on overdue amounts, accruing daily from the date that such payments become due.

1.8.1 DEBT RECOVERY: Please note that in relation to overdue amounts, we also reserve the right to pass this matter to our debt recovery company without further notification to you. This means that your data will be passed to our debt recovery company for further action. For the avoidance of doubt, should your data be passed to our debt recovery company in order to recover any overdue amounts, your liability to pay will be increased by additional fees and charges.

1.9 DISHONOURED PAYMENTS: We reserve the right to charge $50 or returned cheques and to report offenders to relevant the authorities.

1.10 DISMISSAL FOR NON-PAYMENT: We reserve the right to dismiss and expel any student at any time for the non-payment of fees. No fees will be refunded where a student is dismissed under this section.

1.11 FEES SUBJECT TO CHANGE: TLG reserves the right to change the published fees.

1.12 CHANGES SUBJECT TO APPROVAL: The student agrees that he/she cannot change, defer or withdraw from the program without the prior written consent from the School. For refund information please refer to sections 2, 3 and 4.

You cannot reduce the number of hours you study per week and convert these into one-to-one classes. You cannot reduce the number of hours to study per day in order to lengthen the duration of your course.

2. Refund Policy

2.1 All refund applications for cancellations prior to arrival must be made via the online Refunds Portal http://refunds.thelanguagegallery.com/.

2.2 To cancel your course in cases other than visa or study permit refusal you must inform the Admissions Team in writing at torontoadmissions@thelanguagegallery.com. The Admissions team will then send you a link to the Refunds Portal (see section 2.1 for link).

2.3 Any refunds can only be made to the original payor (the person who made the payment to TLG) using the original method of payment (e.g., bank transfer, credit card). If you paid by credit card, you must give us the same card number for a refund to be processed.

3. Visitor Visa or Study Permit Refusals

3.1 If your Visitor Visa or study permit application is refused or your entry to Canada is denied, we will refund your fees, with exception of instances outlined in 4.2.

3.2 If the Visa application is refused on grounds that a student submitted documents that were fraudulent – The Language Gallery accepts no responsibility to refund.

3.3 If your Visa is refused, TLG will refund full fees, less an administrative charge of $120. Visa refusal letter is required as proof.

3.4 In order to reduce the risk of your Visa application being rejected, TLG strongly recommends you obtain local professional advice from qualified immigration consultants.  You may wish to ensure that the immigration consultant you choose is registered as a Regulated International Student Immigration Advisor with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (https://www.iccrc-crcic.ca/AboutUs.cfm ).  While TLG provides occasional general updates as a courtesy service to students, it is the student’s sole responsibility to ensure that they are familiar with Canada’s International Student Program and the most recent requirements for Visitor Visas or Study Permits.   Students must at all times abide by any conditions of their Visa. TLG accepts no liability for incomplete or inaccurate Visitor Visa or Study Permit applications.

3.5 If the school documents have been unsatisfactory and served as the reason for Visitor Visa or Study Permit refusal in the official refusal letter, TLG is committed to providing a refund in full.

3.6 DOCUMENTS TO BE SUPPLIED TO CIC:  TLG may be required by law to disclose students’ details, including academic progress and attendance rates, to relevant authorities. Hence, the student bears all responsibility for ensuring that documents supplied to TLG to support a student’s travel documents are identical to the ones sent to the relevant Canadian authorities.

See http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/student.asp for more information about your Study Permit application.

See http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/tools/temp/visa/index.asp for more information about your visitor or temporary resident visa.

 

See http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/institutions/reporting.asp for more information relating to TLG’s obligation to report to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) on your continued enrolment and student status.

4. Cancellation Policy

4.1. Bookings may be cancelled within fourteen (14) days of the initial registration application. This 14-day period is called the cooling-off period.  Within the cooling off period the student will be eligible for full refund less the registration fee of $120 Canadian dollars.

4.2 Any cancellation must be done in writing to the Admissions Team at torontoadmissions@thelanguagegallery.com within the cooling-off period. Cancellations made by phone will not be accepted.

You must keep evidence of your cancellation fee within the cooling-off period.

4.3 After the 14 day cooling-off period, the cancellation policy is as follows:

Notice of 30 days or more prior to the start date 80% of course fees refundable
Notice of less than 30 days prior to start day 70% of course fees refundable
within 0-15% of course duration 50% of course fees refundable
within 16%-to 25% of course duration 30% of course fees refundable
Over 25% of course duration 0% of course fees refundable

*$120 Course Registration Fee is non-refundable

5. Deferrals

5.1 You may defer (delay) starting your course, and we will hold your admission to TLG to the same or similar course for up to one year (52 weeks) from the original start date of the course.  Students must understand that the course they selected one year may not be identical to the one offered the following year, or that the duration of the course may vary, due to price changes. The tuition fees paid for the initial course are a credit towards the following year’s course.

5.2 If you defer starting your course and then wish to withdraw entirely from the course, cancellation policy applies. See section 4.

5.3 If you exceed 50 weeks of the deferral, you must cancel your course and re-apply. In case of cancelation please see sections 4.

6. After arrival

6.1 It is a condition of your enrolment that you provide photo ID (a Passport or ID card) and a copy of your Visitor Visa or Study Permit. TLG will take copies of all relevant documents. If you do not provide us copies of your documents on enrolment, we reserve the right to cancel your registration and will not give you a refund. You are also required to give us copies of any new passport/study permit documents you receive during your course.  Your personal information will only be collected, used, disclosed and retained by TLG for the purposes of your registration as a student in our classes, and in strict compliance with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and the Digital Privacy Act, applicablein Ontario. See https://www.priv.gc.ca/leg_c/leg_c_p_e.asp for more information.

6.2 If you have not booked accommodation through us, you inform us of your Canadian residential and/or postal address as soon as you know it.  It is also your responsibility to update us with any changes to your contact information, including residence address, email address, telephone numbers, etc.

7. Holiday and Vacation Policy

7.1 To comply with your obligation to actively pursue your program of study, permitted vacation time depends on the length of your course as detailed below.

7.2 You must request your vacation from The Language Gallery at least two weeks before you take the vacation. If you do not request and receive our permission, CIC may consider that you are not actively pursuing your studies. In such cases we will not refund your fees.

7.3 The holiday allowances must be taken in blocks of 5 days, Monday to Friday, and are as follows:

Length of Course Holiday Allowance
1 – 6 weeks No holiday
7 – 12 weeks 1 week holiday
13 – 24 weeks 2 weeks holiday

7.4 You can take a maximum of four weeks’ vacation during a 52-week period and at any one time.

7.5 You are discouraged from taking any vacation during class time.  See Attendance below.  You are expected to be punctual and attend all classes, except in the case of illness or for other unavoidable reasons. Frequent absence for other than medical reasons may affect your performance in class as well as violate the conditions of your Study Permit.

7.6 TLG is closed for all public holidays. http://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/es/pubs/guide/publicholidays.php

  • New Year’s Day (January 1)
  • Family Day (third Monday in February)
  • Good Friday (Friday before Easter Sunday)
  • Victoria Day (Monday before May 21)
  • Canada Day (July 1)
  • Civic Holiday (first Monday in August)
  • Labour Day (first Monday in September)
  • Thanksgiving Day (second Monday in October)
  • Christmas Day (December 25)
  • Boxing Day (December 26)

If the first Monday of your course is a public holiday, your course will start on Tuesday. TLG does not give refunds or discounts when it is closed on public holidays, and you cannot make up these days on another day.

 

8. Attendance

8.1 Attendance for all students is COMPULSORY.

8.2 ATTENDANCE THRESHOLDS: Students are required to have a minimum in-class attendance rate of 80%.  Failure to adhere to the attendance requirements will lead to failure in the course and may result in expulsion from the Program. Students expelled due to poor attendance will be reported to CIC.

8.3 You must provide a doctor’s certificate if you miss your classes for 3 days or more. We can only authorise absence from classes with a signed medical note or valid dated letters and or appointment details.

8.4 We are required to inform CIC if you are frequently absent and do not provide a doctor’s certificate or other good reason. This may affect your Study Permit status.

9. Certificates

9.1 CHANGES TO BE NOTIFIED: Students must inform the School immediately of any change in their immigration status.

9.2 You will receive a Certificate of Attendance only if you have attended not less than  80% of your classes; the certificate will confirm your level of study.

9.3 The issuance of any certificate is subject to your compliance with these terms and conditions.

10. Scholarships

10.1 Recipients of scholarships or government grants shall pay a non-refundable registration fee.

10.2. TLG reserves the right to charge the usual tuition on a weekly basis if no formal financial guarantee letter is received prior to the student’s arrival.  Once the formal financial guarantee letter is received for the dates studied already with TLG, the initial fee and any weekly tuition paid will be reimbursed to the student (or the payor of the tuition on the student’s behalf). Scholarship students may only start classes after TLG has received a financial guarantee letter or tuition fees paid.

11. Conduct and Behaviour

11.1 You are expected to conduct yourself, at all times, in a manner which demonstrates respect for TLG and its staff, fellow students, members of the public and TLG’s property. Breaches of the Student Code of Conduct may constitute gross misconduct. You must, at all times, comply with the Student Code of Conduct which can be found on the website at /about-us/guidelines-policies.

11.2 We have the right to expel you without refund if you materially or repeatedly breach the Student Code of Conduct. Our decision is final.

11.3 We have the right to expel you if you cheat on or plagiarize your pre-arrival test, and we may report you to the relevant authorities.

11.4 By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, you permit us to use, for marketing purposes, any images or video footage taken of you on our premises. If you do not agree to this, please tell us by emailing to comments@thelanguagegallery.com including your name, date of birth and student ID number with the following subject line “Marketing Consent Opt Out”.

12. Limitation of liability

12.1 Force Majeure:  The Language Gallery, and its representatives, are not liable if The Language Gallery is unable to fulfil any services to which they are contractually bound because of strikes, or other reasons that are beyond their reasonable control such as an act of God, terrorism or war.

12.2 Students’ attention is particularly drawn to the following clause: The liability of Accent Language Limited t/a The Language Gallery, London School of Business & Finance (UK) Limited, Finance and Business Training Limited, Interactive Manchester Limited, Interactive Pro Limited, Language Gallery Inc., and/or Interactive World Wide Limited (and their Group, Associated and/or Affiliated companies) for losses arising from negligence (except in the case of liability for death or personal injury), breach of contract, or otherwise, will be limited to the full amounts paid by the relevant student for the course. Except in the case of liability for death and personal injury, and to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, such companies will have NO LIABILITY FOR ANY OTHER DIRECT, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE HOWEVER ARISING.

12.3 TLG does not accept any responsibility for students’ personal property; students should take out appropriate insurance. If you lose or damage any personal property during any social activity organised by TLG or booked through TLG, it is your own responsibility. TLG is not responsible for any direct, indirect, or consequential loss or damage to property incurred by any student or prospective student.

12.4 Students coming to Canada are very strongly advised to obtain private medical insurance.

12.5 You must tell TLG on your application form about any mental or physical restrictions or limitations that may affect your ability to complete the course, or that may affect any other student, member of staff or host family. Such information will be treated in the strictest confidence.

13. Queries and Complaints

13.1 TLG’s ability to improve your experience and rectify any problems you have is limited unless you tell us immediately about any problems so we can help. TLG reserves the right not to accept retrospective complaints or queries. During your course you can email comments@thelanguagegallery.com with any complaints or queries. TLG’s Complaints Procedure can be found at /about-us/guidelines-policies.

14. Exclusion

14.1 To the extent permitted by law, we, other members of our group of companies and associated parties exclude all conditions, warranties and other terms which might otherwise be implied by statute, common law or the law of equity.

 

15. Other

15.1 Course discounts are valid from the dates advertised. Discounts cannot be applied retroactively to bookings.

15.2 You must buy or rent the correct course book for your classes. Please refer to the book rental policy stated on our pricelist.

15.3 Maintaining Academic Reputation: TLG’s language programs are accredited by Languages Canada (http://languagescanada.ca/en/).  TLG is committed to maintaining and improving its reputation.[1] Therefore, by agreeing to become a student of TLG, You must not engage in any action which might cause either your own personal academic reputation or the reputation of TLG to fall into disrepute.

[1] By Languages Canada, an organization that assures quality language instruction in English or French in Canada through its rigorous accreditation standards.

16. Examination fees

16.1. Examination fees need to be paid to the relevant examining body.

17. Governing Law

17.1. These Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws of Ontario and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of Ontario courts.

18. Personal Information and Privacy

18.1. TLG protects the personal information and privacy of its students.  Please review the TLG Privacy Policy (/cookie-settings-privacy-policy) for further details.

Our company information is:

Language Gallery Inc.
22 College Street — Suite 500
Toronto, M5G 1K2, Canada
Ontario Corporation no. 0002374399

 

19. LOVE Canada Scholarship

TSOM

19.1 Applicable Programs: Hospitality and Business Programs

*Only for International Students

19.2 20 awards available per intake (10 per diploma program) 15 from BDs (agents) and 5 from direct.

Tier 1

  • Academic score – 95+
  • Diploma in Business Administration Co-op/Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op- $8,000.00
  • Diploma in Business Management Co-op/Advanced Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op- $11,000.00

Tier 2

  • Academic score – 90 – 94.9%
  • Diploma in Business Administration Co-op/Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op- $7,000.00
  • Diploma in Business Management Co-op/Advanced Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op- $10,000.00

Tier 3

  • Academic score – 85-89.9%
  • Diploma in Business Administration Co-op/Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op- $6,000.00
  • Diploma in Business Management Co-op/Advanced Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op- $9,000.00

Tier 4

  • Academic score – 80-84.9%
  • Diploma in Business Administration Co-op/Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op- $5,000.00
  • Diploma in Business Management Co-op/Advanced Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op- $8,000.00

19.3 Dates: Love Canada Scholarship Applications starts from April 28, 2018 till April 30, 2019.

19.4 Criteria

  1. An excellent academic background – an official transcript directly mailed to us by school
  2. Leadership in their past/current employment or within their community – Resume, evidence of the student’s leadership or activities contributing to the community/school/employer.
  3. 600 words Essay on “Why I Love Canada”

20. Winter Camps

Get 10% off your winter camp

20.1 The offer is applicable to the Experience Canada winter camp in Canada only.

20.2 The discount percentage will be applied to the total of the summer camp.

20.3 Offer is valid from 15 August to 15 October 2018

20.4 For the avoidance of doubt, the above offers will not be retrospective and students enrolled on upcoming courses who have already made their payments will not qualify for a refund of any kind

20.5 Where the Student’s School Fees are being paid by another organisation, the Student must ensure that the paying organisation complies with the deadlines for payment

20.6 The discount is not transferable to another student

20.7 For the avoidance of doubt, this offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion, including scholarships and/or bursaries

20.8 Subject to your approval, the school may feature your interview/photo/profile/story on the companies’ websites and/or other School publications. We will always ask for your permission/approval prior to publishing this

20.9 The school reserves the right to withdraw the offer at any time

20.10 The student remains bound by the school Terms and Conditions at all times: https://www.thelanguagegallery.com/about-us/terms-conditions

 

21. Recommend a friend and you will get 10 lessons for free at The Language Gallery (TLG)

21.1 When you recommend a friend you will get an extra 10 lessons free, and your friend will get 10% off % off any course they book.

21.2 You will only qualify for 10 free lessons if your friend enrols for a course at TLG.

21.3 Offer applies to all courses and is avaliable in Toronto and Vancouver centres.

21.4 The 10% discount will apply to the total amount as per 2018 TLG pricelists. 

21.5 The student remains bound by the school Terms and Conditions at all times: https://www.thelanguagegallery.com/about-us/terms-conditions

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