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Course fees must be received in full up to two weeks prior to a course commencement date.
The use of a payment plan in relation to course fees is only allowed to students undertaking the Certified Project Management Diploma or the Strategic Project & Programme Management Diploma. On this circumstance, students may avail of the following payment plan structure:
Students who wish to avail of this payment plan must submit their request in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each request is reviewed on an individual basis.
Failure to make payments in the above timeframe will result in the student being withdrawn from the programme. All facilities available to the student will be withdrawn with immediate effect.
Students will not be allowed to sit the examination until the payment is fulfilled. All fees paid up to this point are non-refundable and non-transferable.
A confirmed registration may be cancelled without cost for up to two weeks (14 days) prior to course commencement. After this date delegates are liable for the full fee. If payment has been received and a registered delegate cannot attend, a substitute may take that place.
Refunds of course fees up to two weeks (14 days) prior to course commencement will be processed.
Refunds of course fees within two weeks (14 days) prior to course commencement are not available, except under extenuating circumstances at the sole discretion of the Institute, or in cases where the Institute is not in a position to comply with its obligations to the student.
A student negates the cooling-off period once he/she has commenced the programme, as this is considered an expression of acceptance of the above Terms & Conditions and the use of service. As a result, no refunds will be issued to students after the programme start date.
In order to apply for a refund, a request must be submitted to email@example.com together with supporting documentation.
Deferral requests must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org, and it is at the sole discretion of the Institute of Project Management. Full course fees will need to be remitted before the Institute will consider granting a deferral.
Only one deferral is permitted. Students may only defer participation until the course iteration starting immediately after the programme in which they initially enrolled, and only attend the modules not previously completed.
Please note any additional deferrals after the first will be €200 administration fee.
Examination deferral is granted in exceptional circumstances only, with supporting documentation, and at the sole discretion of the Institute. A formal request must be sent to email@example.com up to two weeks (14 days) prior to the commencement of each exam session.
If the request is approved, students are granted to sit at the next immediate available examination date free of charge from the date of deferral.
Should students fail to sit and pass the exam at the next available date, a fee of €200 will apply to book a new exam and have 30-day access to a new course on our learning management system.
Students who fail to show-up at an exam session, and do not submit a formal examination deferral request or do not notify the Institute within the requested time period, forfeit the opportunity to be granted to sit the exam free of charge at the next iteration.
Please note if an exam has not been passed within 2 years of the Start Date of your course – you may need to attend part or the full course again.
The Institute of Project Management is committed to providing equal access to education and equal opportunities for students with special educational needs. We will endeavour to make sure that you can access supports in an open, relaxed, friendly and confidential way.
Students are required to initiate contact with the Institute and request reasonable accommodations up to two weeks (14 days) prior to course commencement. To put special accommodations in place students must send a request in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Exam accommodations will be agreed upon during the Needs Assessment.
It is very important that students disclose a special educational need as early as possible to ensure that necessary supports are provided. By delaying disclosure of a disability, students may be missing out on essential support.
The Special Educational Needs Assessment determine the level of support that students require. Based on appropriate evidence of a disability and information obtained from the student on the impact of their disability and their academic course requirements, the Institute will identify supports designed to meet the student's disability support needs.
A range of Standard disability examination accommodations will be available to students.
A student may be eligible to avail of an extra time allowance during examinations (10, 15 or 20 minutes an hour extra time), which will be determined during the Needs Assessment.