Code of Behaviour
It is assumed by the College that all students attending our courses will behave in an acceptable and respectful manner towards all stakeholders including teachers and fellow students. In the unlikely event that students are found to be disrespectful or abusive towards any person on our campus, a verbal and written warning will be given. If there is a subsequent repeat of this behaviour, the College authorities will be left with no option but to suspend or expel the student in question. Obviously, this will affect the conditions on which their visa was granted and may affect their ability to remain in the country.
Students are required to adhere to the following: Although lecturers and staff are there to help students, please ensure you communicate courteously and respectfully any problems/issues you may be having in class, around the College, or administratively. Students using foul or abusive language will not be tolerated. Disciplinary action will be taken where necessary and ultimately student expulsion may ensue. Students are required to turn their mobile phones to silent during their classes and not to use them again until after class finishes or unless they are on an official class break. Students are expected to respect both their lecturers and their classmates during their classes at all times. Any student found being disrespectful during class may be asked to leave the class, and if so, will lose their attendance for that day. All episodes of this nature will be reported to administration and will be kept on the student’s file for the remainder of term. Students continuously found to be disruptive or abusive in class could ultimately find themselves being expelled from the College and reported to GNIB.