Schools & Colleges Liaison Cancellation and Non-Attendance Policy and Charges
All our Conferences, Masterclasses, Pre-16 Guest Lectures, Challenge Days and University Visit Days are free to attend, however due to the large number of events that we co-ordinate on campus and the limited number of places available please note that Schools & Colleges Liaison have a cancellation and non-attendance policy in place.
The Cancellation and Non-Attendance Policy and charges do not apply to the Aston University Open Days or the Birmingham UCAS Higher Education Convention which is held at Aston University.
For all events held on campus we require a minimum of 2 weeks’ notice if you wish to cancel your attendance or cancel any places you have previously booked. For all cancellations made with less than 2 weeks’ notice a cancellation charge will be incurred.
If the number of students attending any event on campus falls below 75% of the expected numberof students due to attend then a non-attendance charge will be incurred.
Cancellation and Non-Attendance Charges
Conferences, Masterclasses, Pre-16 Guest Lectures and Challenge Days
For all Conferences, Masterclasses, Pre-16 Guest Lectures and Challenge Days held on campus any cancellations made with less than 2 weeks’ notice will incur a cancellation charge of £15 per place, for which the school or college will be liable. The same charges will apply if attendance on the day at any of these events falls below 75% of the expected number of students.
University Visit Days/Campus Visits
For University Visit Days and bespoke individual school/college Campus Visits, where large group bookings (50+ students) are made to visit the campus, a one off charge of £225.00 will be imposed on to the school/college should they cancel their group booking within 2 weeks’ of the event.
If attendance falls below 75% of the expected number of students at a University Visit Day or a bespoke individual school/college Campus Visit a charge of £15.00 per student will be incurred by the school or college.
If a school or college fails to attend an event they are booked on to this will be treated as a cancellation and the cancellation charge will be incurred by the school/college.
The cancellation charge will not be imposed if the school or college who are unable to attend are able to find a replacement.