A. Academic Regulations

All academic and accredited programmes are subject to academic rules, regulations and applicable domestic legislation as published and revised from time-to-time. Regenesys is obligated to make personal academic information available to regulatory and administrative bodies for academic and statistical purposes.

B. Definitions

‘Regenesys’ refers to Regenesys Business School, Regenesys School of Public Management, or Regenesys Management.

‘Academic programme’ shall mean CHE accredited courses conducted by Regenesys.

‘Management development course’ shall mean management programmes conducted over a period of 1-5 days by Regenesys on its premises or at a client’s premise.

‘Short course’ shall mean management development courses conducted by Regenesys. These courses may vary in length and are counted in days.

‘In-house’ shall mean a standard or customised Regenesys course, either short or academic, that is conducted as a package for a corporate or organisational client.

‘Acceptance’ shall mean that the individual has provided supporting documentation, where necessary, and has paid the application fee for the course in advance or provided documentation such as a purchase order proving commitment to pay.

‘Roll-over/Returning Students’ shall mean a student moving from one year of tuition to a following year of tuition for the same qualification.

C. Course Applications

All applications submitted by an individual, whether for a short or academic course, require a fully completed and signed application form and acknowledgment of the terms and conditions. All supporting documentation as laid out in the application form must be provided. An application does not constitute the full registration for a