Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes

As you consider whether to accept your offer of a place with All Nations Christian College on an undergraduate or postgraduate programme, you are a potential 'consumer' of education and therefore need to know the terms and conditions of that purchase. This page explains what they are, since by enrolling on a degree programme with us, you will be entering into a legally binding contract with the College.

The Student Contract, comprises the following documents:

  • This page
  • Your offer letter
  • The Payment Terms and Conditions (Undergradute and Postgraduate)
  • Fees Sheet
  • The Student Protection Plan
  • The Student Agreement
  • The College Regulations 

The above documents, which are updated each year, detail the rights and the obligations you will be bound by during your time as a student; they also contain the obligations that College owes to you. All of the documents which form part of your contract are available using the links provided at the bottom of this page and in the student section of the College VLE when you become a student.

Links to Student Contract Documentation


The Payment Terms and Conditions (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)
The Student Protection Plan
The Student Agreement


The Payment Terms and Conditions (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)
The Student Protection Plan
The Student Agreement


The Payment Terms and Conditions (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)
The Student Protection Plan
The Student Agreement

Regulations: As Regulations are updated from time to time, the references made to regulations in the Student contract documentation may differ, however, if the substantive terms of the Regulations change, we shall seek to inform you of those changes as soon as possible.

Intellectual Property: You will own the rights to work produced by you during your time as a student unless, by prior arrangement, you have collaborated with the College in its production, in which case ownership will be agreed beforehand.

Distance Learners (RAL and online): Please note that students who learn from a distance are not governed by any regulations that relate purely to those being physically on campus. However, they become applicable during any period of time when a distance learner comes to College and studies and/or lives as a residential student e.g. during an intensive module.

Cancellation Rights: Once you have accepted your offer of a place at the College you have 14 days in which to cancel your acceptance (“The Cancellation Period”) and you can do so for any reason. To exercise the right to cancel, you must inform the College of your decision to cancel this Contract. You may use our Acceptance Cancellation Form, or you can send an email to the undergraduate/postgraduate administrator. (See Payment Terms and Conditions).

Liabilities: The College does not exclude or limit in any way its liability for (a) death or personal injury caused by its negligence or the negligence of its employees, agents or subcontractors; or (b) fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation.

General: If any provision of the Contract between you and the College is held to be void or unenforceable in whole or in part by any court or other competent authority, the Contract shall continue to be valid as to the other provisions contained in it and/or the remainder of the affected provision.

The Contract shall be governed by and construed in all aspects in accordance with the English law and the parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

The Contact between you and the College can only be enforced by either you or the College. The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 does not apply.

Accommodation: Please note that onsite accommodation is not guaranteed and separate terms and conditions apply to your occupation of College-owned accommodation which are not part of the Student Contract. 

Wish to cancel your acceptance offer?

Should you need to cancel your acceptance offer, you may use one of the following methods:

Online - complete our Acceptance Cancellation Form 
By phone - call us on 01920 443500 and ask to speak with the person dealing with your application
By email - email the person dealing with your application or info@allnations.ac.uk

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