As a Higher Education student there are policies and procedures you need to be aware of when applying to study here and whilst studying here. Below are links to important information, please take a moment to read these.
Terms & Conditions
Terms and Conditions for students enrolling September 2016 (Bridgwater). When you enrolled with the College you would have signed this version and kept a copy for yourself.HE Terms & Conditions September 2016 Bridgwater
Terms and Conditions for students enrolling September 2016 (Taunton). When you enrolled with the College you would have signed this version and kept a copy for yourself.HE Terms & Conditions September 2016 Taunton
Terms and Conditions for students accepting offers from November 2016 (Bridgwater and Taunton). When you accept your offer, these are the Terms and Conditions you are agreeing to.HE Terms & Conditions November 2016 to September 2017
The Admissions Policy outlines the process you will follow when applying and enrolling with the college.HE Admissions Policy
If you are self-funding your tuition fees you will need to be aware of the College’s Fees Policy.
If you are enrolling on an Oxford Brookes course you will need to make yourself aware of their Fees Policy.
As a HE student at the college you will also need to make yourself aware of the partner university information (if applicable).
When you enrol with the College you will be expected to behave appropriately at all times. If you wish to view this policy please email the HE Team HE@bridgwater.ac.uk.
Along with the Disciplinary Policy there is the HE Student Charter, this details how we expect you to conduct yourself whilst you are at college.HE Student Charter
Student Accommodation Policy
If you are planning on staying in or are stating in the College’s Halls of Residence you need to make yourself aware of the Student Accommodation Agreement. If you need any further information, please email email@example.com.
If you wish to make a complaint regarding your HE experience, please see our Complaints Policy.
Bridgwater College makes all reasonable efforts to deliver the courses and other services and facilities in the way described on the website. It will provide students with the tuition and learning support and other services and facilities it describes with reasonable care and skill.
However, the College shall be entitled if it reasonably considers it to be necessary (including in order to manage its resources and pursue its policy of continuous improvement appropriately):
- To alter the timetable, location, number of classes and method of delivery of courses, provided such alterations are reasonable
- To make reasonable variations to the content of courses
- To suspend or discontinue courses (for example, because a key member of staff is unwell or leaves the College)
- To make changes to its regulations, policies and procedures which the College reasonably considers necessary. Such changes if significant will normally come into force at the beginning of the following academic year, and if fundamental to the course will normally come into force with effect from the next cohort of students.
In the unlikely event that the College discontinues or does not provide a course or changes it significantly before it begins:
- The College will tell relevant individuals at the earliest possible opportunity
- An individual will be entitled to withdraw his or her application by telling the College in writing within a reasonable time of being informed of the change
- The College will make an appropriate refund of tuition fees and deposits paid
The College will make available to students such learning support and other services and facilities as it considers appropriate, but may vary what it provides from time to time.
Upon acceptance by an applicant of an offer of a place at the College, the relationship between the applicant and the College becomes contractual.