Terms and Conditions
Italian, History of Art and Fine Art courses
A deposit of 50% of the course fee is payable at the time of enrolment together with the €40 fee for arranging accommodation if applicable. The balance is payable three weeks before the start date. If you are paying in a currency other than euro, payment should be made using the rate of exchange current at the date of payment. Unless instructed otherwise we will debit the balance from the card details provided 3 weeks before the start of the course.
HOW TO PAY
• by debit/credit card: we accept Visa or MasterCard with a charge of €4 for each card transaction.
• in sterling by bank transfer into our Barclays account in the UK – please let us know if you wish to do this and we will provide you with our bank details.
• in euro by bank transfer – please let us know if you wish to pay in Euro into our euro account in Italy.
If you are paying into our Barclays sterling account, please state the name of the student when making the payment and email, post or fax a copy of the payment confirmation to us. We recommend that you only use the Barclays account if you are paying in sterling. If you pay into our Barclays account in a currency other than sterling there may be bank charges for which you, the sender, are liable. If the amount received into our Barclays account is less than the sum due you will be required to pay the difference on your arrival in Florence. You are liable for bank charges.
TEMPORARY CANCELLATION POLICY (IN RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS SITUATION)
All cancellations must be made in writing to the Admissions Secretary by special delivery letter or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact us if you have not received an acknowledgement of your cancellation within 2 days
If you have already enrolled for our courses in March, April, May, June or July 2020:
- you may postpone your course to any time up to July 2021, with no loss of fees
- you may cancel at any time before the start of your course and receive a refund of 80% of any money paid to the Institute, less administration costs
The same policy will apply to people who have not yet enrolled, but wish to reserve a place on courses from now until July 2020.
We expect to revert to our normal cancellation policy in September 2020
CANCELLATION BY THE BRITISH INSTITUTE OF FLORENCE
The Institute reserves the right to cancel a course if the minimum number of students is not reached by 3 weeks before the beginning of the course or if the course is cancelled for reasons beyond the Institute’s control. In the event of a course being cancelled, course fees paid in advance will be refunded in full but the Institute will have no responsibility for any other costs you may incur as a result of the cancellation.
An administration fee is applied for arranging accommodation.
This fee will not be refunded in the event of cancellation. You may wish to consider taking out insurance in the event that you are unable to attend the course due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances.
Please note that when the length of lessons is stated in hours, academic hours are implied: one academic hour = 50 minutes.
The Institute is closed on public holidays and there is no refund for classes which would otherwise take place on those days.
All prices are correct at the time of publishing. The Institute reserves the right to modify course programmes and prices. The Institute accepts no liability for the loss or damage to the personal possessions of students, and students are liable for any damage they inflict to the Institute’s property or premises. The Institute accepts no responsibility for the actions or activities of students. The admission of individual students under the age of 18 is at the discretion of the Director.
WHERE TO SEND YOUR ENROLMENT FORM:
by email email@example.com
by fax: +39 055 2677 8222/ +39 055 26778252
by post: The British Institute of Florence, Piazza Strozzi 2, 50123 Firenze, Italia