Terms and Conditions for our 2021 Summer Programmes for University Students
Girton Summer Programmes are open to university students who will be at least 18 years old by the start of the summer programme.
The application deadline is 31 March 2021, though as places on the summer programme are filled on a first come, first served basis, early application is strongly advised.
Once offered a place on the summer programme, students will need to pay a non-refundable deposit of £500 to secure their place.
The balance of the summer programme fees is due by 16 April 2021. Failure to pay the balance by this date may result in the summer programme place being offered to another applicant.
If an applicant must cancel their place on the summer programme, the following refunds shall be offered:
- A full refund (excluding the non-refundable deposit), if the place is cancelled by 16 April 2021
- A 50% refund (excluding the non-refundable deposit), if the place is cancelled by 30 April 2021
- A 25% refund (excluding the non-refundable deposit), if the place is cancelled by 14 May 2021
- After 14 May 2021, no refund shall be made.
The College will endeavour to provide the academic courses and social programme as described on these web pages. In the unlikely event that an instructor has to withdraw their course due to illness or other exceptional reason, the College will seek to offer a replacement course in the same subject area.
In the unlikely event that, for reasons beyond its control, the College is unable to provide elements of the social programme as described, suitable alternative activities shall be offered.
The College is unable to accept liability for any loss or damage to personal property.
All applicants are strongly advised to take out sufficient travel and medical insurance to cover the duration of the summer school, together with any journey to or from the UK. They should also take out vacation cancellation insurance.
Girton Summer Programmes
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