This contract is entered into under the Malta Electronic Commerce Act.
This agreement shall govern the relationship between Mediterranean Academy of Culture, Technology and Trade with license number 2020-05, hereinafter referred as ‘the educational institution’ and the student who purchased the course “EU project design and management” on the website page https://www.mactt.eu/courses-list/eu-project-design-and-management/ , hereinafter referred to as ‘the student’. By accepting an offer to study at the institution and by completing the process of registration and enrolment of Course EU project design and management, the institution and the student are agreeing to abide by the terms of this agreement.
1. Entry into force
The terms of this online agreement will become effective upon registration and payment to the institution of the fees for the educational programme quoted in Clause 3.
Under Maltese law, this contract is formed electronically and cannot be denied legal effect merely by reason of being wholly or partly in electronic form. Any offer, acceptance of an offer and any related communication, including any subsequent amendment, cancellation or revocation of the offer and the acceptance of the contract may, unless otherwise agreed by the parties to the contract, be communicated electronically (Article 9, Electronic Commerce Act).
Where the Student places the order with technological means, this contract ends when, after placing the order, the student receives the confirmation of receipt of the order from the educational institution (article 10, law on electronic commerce). The order and the return receipt are considered received when the subjects to whom they are addressed can access them.
2. The educational programme
- i. Name of the educational programme: Award in Legal Psychology
- ii. Awarding Body: Mediterranean Academy of Culture, Technology and Trade
- iii. EQF/MQF Level: N/D
- iv. Number of credits: N/D
- v. Duration: 15 h
- vi. Commencement date: 1 November 2021
- vii. Termination date: N/D
- viii. Hours of Total Learning: 46
- ix. Mode of Delivery: Online course
- x. Mode of Attendance: Online
- xi. Language of Instruction: Italian
- xii. Addresses where the programme will be delivered: Click here
- xiii. Addresses where the placement/clinical training will take place: Online
- xiv. Entry Requirements for the educational programme: Preferably, the candidate must be in possession of a degree or a proven work experience in the entrepreneurial field. Knowledge of the Italian language required: C1 level.
- xv. Structure of the programme: Click here
- xvi. The intended learning outcomes: Click here
- xvii. The teaching, learning and assessment procedures: Click here
xviii. Academic qualifications leading to a regulated profession: N/D
- xix. The grading system:N/D
- xx. The educational fees: €.400
3. Cancellation and Refund Procedures
A student may exercise the right to be refunded the tuition fees when the course has not started.
A student may apply for a refund by this link: https://www.mactt.eu/terms-and-conditions/
This agreement does not preclude the student from taking further action under the Consumer Affairs Act (Cap378 Laws of Malta).
4. Duties of the Educational Institution
The educational institution shall: –
(i) Provide to the student the teaching, assessment and other educational services for which the student is enrolled and the educational institution shall take all the steps which are reasonably in its power to provide these educational services in accordance with the terms of this agreement.
(ii) Guarantee the students’ rights, including the right to obtain assessment results upon the student having completed all the necessary assessment requirements of the programme or parts thereof.
(iii) Advice the intending overseas students of their duty to furnish the educational institution with any change in their contact details, which include their residential address and telephone number in Malta as well as a contact address overseas, following the completion of their studies.
5. Duties of the Student
The student shall:
(i) Disclose to the educational institution full and accurate academic and personal information as required for applications for admission, registration, and enrolment purposes.
(ii) Inform the educational institution if there is any change to the academic or personal information that was provided at admission, registration or enrolment stage as soon as is reasonably practicable.
(iii) Fulfill all the academic requirements of the educational programme; including participating in lectures/tutorials or other guided-learning activities, submitting coursework/assignments on time, participate in course-related activities and adequately prepare and sit for examinations/assessment.
(iv) Abide by any statutes, regulations, rules and policies which are in place in the educational institution, and which apply to students.
(v) Overseas students shall furnish the educational institution with any change in their contact details, which include their residential address and telephone number in Malta as well as a contact address overseas, following the completion of their studies.
6. Institution’s Default Clauses
The institution is in default and hence obliged to refund the student with the tuition fees which have been paid and any other expenses, such as travel and accommodation expenses, incurred for the purpose of studying in Malta, when:
(i) The educational programme does not start on the agreed starting day;
(ii) The educational programme ceases to be provided at any time after it starts but before it is completed;
(iii) The educational programme is not provided in full to the student due to a condition or restriction imposed on the educational institution by the Authority in accordance with the regulations in S.L607.03 or due to the revocation, by the Authority, of the applicable license or accreditation in accordance to S.L.607.03.
Provided that where the intending student or the student has withdrawn from the programme before the day on which such circumstances arise, the educational institution shall not be deemed to be so in default
(iv) The educational institution fails to issue all examination and other assessment results to the student upon the student having completed all the necessary assessment requirements of the programme or parts thereof.
7. Student’s Default Clauses
The student is in default and hence not eligible for a refund of tuition fees and any other expenses, such as travel and accommodation expenses, incurred for the purpose of studying in Malta: –
(i) When the student withdraws from the programme either before or after the agreed starting day.
(ii) Where the student not having previously withdrawn from the programme, fails to start the programme on the agreed starting day.
(iii) Where the student fails to pay an amount they were directly or indirectly liable to pay the educational institution in order to undertake the programme.
(iv) Where the student breaches a condition on the student visa.
8. Dispute Resolution Clause
The educational institution and the student shall attempt to resolve any dispute by following this procedure:
Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this contract, or the breach,
termination or invalidity thereof, shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with Part IV
(Domestic Arbitration) of the Malta Arbitration Act, 1996 and the Arbitration Rules of the Malta
Arbitration Centre as at present in force.
Additional issues which may be regulated by the arbitration agreement:
(a) The appointing authority shall be the Malta Arbitration Centre;
(b) The number of arbitrators shall be three;
(c) The place of arbitration shall be Malta;
(d) The language(s) to be used in the proceedings shall be english;
(e) The applicable substantive law shall be maltese;
(f) The award shall be final and binding and there shall be no appeal;
(g) The arbitrator shall decide ex aequo et bono;
9. Data Sharing Clause
In accordance to article 5 of the Further and Higher Education Act (CAP 607 Laws of Malta) and without prejudice to the data protection provisions established by virtue of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Mediterranean Academy of Culture, Technology and Trade shall grant access to the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) to the information collected through this student agreement. The data shall be transmitted to the Authority within a reasonable time from when it was requested and shall be used by the Authority in pursuance of its functions.
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