For UFP admission, students
must submit a completed application form along with the application
fee and copies of academic records/transcripts to KGC. KGC
will review the application and send an acknowledgement letter
to the student that indicates their acceptability and tuition
fees due. Upon receipt of the student’s tuition fees,
KGC will send the student a letter of acceptance.
The UFP attendance policy is based on the UFP curriculum policy,
which indicates students who miss more than 10% of their classes
may be prevented from advancing to the next level.
KGC students are expected to treat their teachers, administrative
staff and fellow students with respect and dignity. During classes,
students are expected to behave in a fashion that is not disruptive
to other students. In the event a students violates these expectations
they will receive:
1st offense A verbal dismissal warning
2nd offense A written dismissal warning
3rd offense Student will be dismissed from the school without
In the event of a serious infraction, KGC teachers
and administrative staff reserve the right to proceed to student
dismissal without warning.
Students who have a grievance with a KGC staff member should:
1. Discuss the problem directly with the person involved. If
it is not resolved go to Step 2.
2. Submit a letter describing the complaint
and proposed solution to the Academic Director (or Managing
Director, if the complaint relates to the Academic Director).
Keep a copy of this letter for your records. You will receive
a written response within 7 days. If you are not satisfied,
proceed to Step 3.
3. Submit a letter to the Managing Director
(or President if the complaint relates to the Managing Director)
stating why you are not satisfied. Attach a copy of all correspondence
relating to this complaint. You will receive a response within
All KGC students must be covered by adequate
medical insurance. International students are eligible for BC
Medical Services Plan (MSP) after three months in Canada. On
the first day of school, KGC will assist international students
in purchasing private medical insurance to cover this three-month
waiting period. KGC will also assist international students
with making application for MSP.
Due to BC legislation that requires all
BC residents be covered by medical insurance, it is the responsibility
of all Permanent Residents and Canadian Citizens to be covered
Term Four months, four sessions
starting September, January and May
Session Four weeks, starts monthly
• Students wishing to postpone their
studies or take time off, may do so with a two-week prior written
notice. A$100.00 fee will be applied for subsequent requests.
• Students unable to obtain a visa are entitled to a full refund less all
Non-Refundable Fees. Students must request for a refund in writing two weeks
prior to the start of their course and return the original Letter of Acceptance
with a copy of the rejection letter issued by Immigration Canada to your registrar,
otherwise Cancellation policies will apply to the refund.
|Date of Payment to 30 calendar days before the
students start date
|29 or less calendar days before the student’s
|After 0% to 10% of program completion
|After 11% to 19% of program completion
|After 20% or more of program completion
• All requests for refunds must be made
• Application fees, Homestay and Airport Reception fees