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(La version françoise fait foi)

CONTENTS AND SCOPE - Article 1 The rules and regulations herein outline the general conditions of enrolment as well as the rights and obligations of students studying at Ifage. Students are expected to familiarize themselves with and obey them. These conditions are applicable wherever a course takes place, including virtual spaces. In external locations, students are to respect the rules that pertain. ADMISSION – Article 2 Only students whose names appear on the class list will be allowed to attend class. Students are required to present, on request, their proof of enrolment, known as the ‘bulletin d’inscription’, at the beginning of the course. PAYMENT – Article 3 The cost of a course must be paid in full at the time of enrolment. The following methods of payment may be accepted: Cash, EC Direct, bank or postal transfer, ‘Chèque Annuel de Formation’ (CAF), depending on the terms of use in force Credit cards (minimum charge 100 Swiss Francs), electronic transfer Ifage reserves the right to demand payment in cash. For long-term ‘formations’, payment may be made in three instalments over the first three months of the course. REDUCTIONS – Article 4 A reduction of 3% will be accorded to anyone who enrols and pays in full:  at least 30 days in advance for a ‘cours à la carte’ or for a ‘formation’ that lasts less than three months  before the start of a ‘formation’ that lasts three or more months. It is not possible to accumulate several reductions. CANCELLATION OF COURSE BY STUDENT – CANCELLATION INSURANCE – Article 5 A 100% refund of the enrolment fee will be made if a student cancels a course seven days or more before the beginning (except for those courses to which special conditions apply). For cancellations announced fewer than 7 days but more than 48 hours before the beginning of a course, 100% of the enrolment fee will be credited to the student’s account for a duration of 24 months. For cancellations announced less than 48 hours before the beginning of a course, no adjustments will be made unless the student has taken out cancellation insurance. Students may, if they wish take out cancellation insurance (payable in advance), which covers medical illness or serious accident. Reimbursement will only be made on production of a medical certificate. The cost of this insurance is covered neither in a ‘cours à la carte’ nor in a ‘formation’. Insurance must be taken out before the course starts. Four types of insurance exist:  insurance for a ‘cours à la carte’ which does not cost more than 1,000 Swiss Francs. This insurance is valid for the duration of the ‘cours’ and costs 30 Swiss Francs.  insurance for a number of ‘cours à la carte’, each of which costs less than 1,000 Swiss Francs. This insurance is valid for one year and costs 80 Swiss Francs.  insurance for a ‘cours à la carte’ which costs more than 1000 Swiss Francs. This insurance is valid for one year and costs 80 Swiss Francs.  insurance for a ‘formation’ or a year of a ‘formation’. This insurance is valid for one year and costs 80 Swiss Francs. Students on practical courses are expected to take out civil responsibility and accident insurance. COURSE CANCELLATION BY IFAGE –Article 6 The Management of Ifage may, at any time, decide to close a ‘cours à la carte’ or a ‘formation’ for a number of reasons, such as insufficient enrolments. Any such closure will result in a full refund of enrolment fees. Neither compensation for loss nor interest will be payable. EXAMS , TESTS – Article 7 Any case of fraud during exams and tests organised by Ifage or its partners will result in the immediate exclusion of the student and in the imposition of sanctions as outlined in the regulations of the relevant ‘formation’ or examination. IFAGE ATTESTATIONS, CERTIFICATES, AND DIPLOMAS; COURSE PARTICIPATION - Article 8 No attestation of presence, certificate or Ifage diploma will be delivered if  the cost of the course has not been met in full  attendance is less than 80% of the entire course  a student’s final mark is less than 4 out of 6 Students who are enrolled are expected to participate assiduously, to attend punctually and to inform Ifage in case of absence or if they are unable to continue the course due to unforeseen circumstances. For ‘formations’ subject to specific rules, these will prevail. Requests for duplicates of attestations, certificates or diplomas must be submitted in writing. A basic fee will be charged. Ifage reserves the right to withhold certain documents if the course fees have not been met in full. REFRESHMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS – Article 9 Food and drink may neither be brought into class nor consumed within. Smoking is not allowed either on Ifage premises or on those of its partners. Electronic communications equipment, such as mobile phones, pagers etc must be switched off in class. RIGHTS OF ACCESS – Article 10 Children whether accompanied or not, are not allowed in class. Animals may not be brought onto the premises. Bicycles are not allowed inside in the buildings. MATERIALS, DOCUMENTS, RESOURCES, SOFTWARE AND DATA - Article 11 Users must keep all materials and documents made available to them in good state. They may use the information technology resources put at their disposal for educational purposes only. Copyright software and its contents may only be used for personal study purposes and may not be shared without the prior consent of the author(s). All copying is strictly forbidden. For all computing courses, please refer to the internal regulations of the sector concerned. Students may be held responsible for any damage to, or fraudulent use of, materials made available to them. This may result in expulsion and/or legal action. Students agree to receiving information from ifage about ifage courses and events. They can unsubscribe from them at any time. The ifage logo and brand must not be used without permission from ifage. Similarly, it is forbidden to create accounts on social media in the name of ifage. THEFT AND DAMAGE - Article 12 Ifage does not accept any responsibility for theft of or damage to property that may arise on its premises or on any premises that it makes use of. DUTY OF RESPECT – Article 13 Students must tolerate and respect the character and beliefs of others. Students must not behave morally or physically violent under any circumstances. The terms of this article apply equally in respect of electronic media used by students. HEALTH AND SAFETY – Article 14 In terms of health and safety, students must conform with the general rules as well as any with special directives which may be communicated by other means, such as notices. In case of alarm, evacuation of the building is to be carried out via the emergency exits, paying particular attention to the relevant instructions provided. CONCLUSION In case of non-appliance of the above-mentioned clauses, Ifage reserves the right to apply sanctions. The present rules and regulations were adopted by the Comité de Direction de l’ifage. It supersedes and replaces all previous directives. It enters into force on 1st July, 2017.