STUDENTS ADMISSION POLICY

ADMISSION POLICY

Students are advised to read the policies and the terms and conditions governing admission to Netherland Maritime University College (NMUC) and the student’s continued enrolment as a student of NMUC

Admission to Netherlands Maritime University College (henceforth known as the Institute) is based on an overall assessment of the individual’s potential. The University reserves the right to reject an application and to review a student’s progress periodically. The Institute may, at its discretion, deregister a student’s registration for lack of academic progress, failure to honour fees and deposits payable or failure to abide by the Rules and Regulations prescribed in the Student Handbook.

Fees

ALL fees including but not limited to registration, admission, facilities, resource, processing, insurance premium, international student charges imposed by the authorities and deposits payable for the academic year are set out in the payment schedule structure. Fees indicated on the current fee structure may not be applicable for subsequent semesters except for tuition fees payable. 

Failure to pay fees on time may result in the students being barred from classes, examinations and or facilities as the Institute deemed fit. The Institute further reserves the right to withhold the releases of all examination results, certificates and records of the students until full settlement of fees is made. Fees are strictly NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE to any persons under any circumstances. For the avoidance of doubts, the Institute reserves the right to review and revise the fees from time to time.

Late Payment Fees

A late payment penalty of eighteen per cent (18%) per annum will be imposed on outstanding fees until full payment is received.

Withdrawal

Students are required to complete the “Application for Withdrawal from Programme” form.

Deferment

Students are not allowed to defer studies once the term has commenced. Students who wish to defer their term of studies must submit the “Application for Deferment” form at least 30 days before the commencement of the new term. The decision to grant the student deferment will be considered on a case to case basis and at the sole discretion of the Registrar.

 

To re-join the Institute, the student has to inform the Institute in writing 30 days before the term begins. Students who wish to re-enrol after deferment will have to pay an Administration Fee and the Course Fees in effect at the time of their re-enrolment. This Administrative Fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Tuition Fee Refund

The proportion of tuition fee refund, upon student official withdrawal, is received by the Institute is as follows:

  • 75% refund within 7 days from the commencement of the semester
  • 50% refund by the 8th – 14 days from the commencement of the semester
  • No refund after 14 days from the commencement of the semester

The proportion of tuition fee refunds as described above is only applicable to those who have made “full payment” of the current semester’s fee. The same proportion is not applicable to those who only make partial fee payments.