Pre-Enrolment Information

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Pre-Course Consultation and Counselling

Middleton provides pre-course consultation services for prospective students to make informed choices before application.

The consultation includes:

assessing the prospective students’ educational needs based on their proficiencies
providing appropriate guidance and advice on the suitability of the courses available; and
Providing continual learning development guidance relating to the course.

Most enrolling students and their families attend at least one on-site visit. For those who do not, several dialogues are put in place so that support is offered to ensure the potential student’s parents/guardians are offered all the relevant information.

Student Contracts

The Student Contract is a legally binding contract between Middleton and the Student. It constitutes the following:

  • Clear definition of course details
  • Full disclosure of all costs for tuition and miscellaneous fees
  • Commitment to Fee Protection Scheme
  • Refund policies
  • Dispute resolution mechanisms
Middleton signs a Student Contract accompanied by a Form 12 – Advisory Note to Students with the Student after a place has been offered to the student and that place has been accepted by the Student (parents/legal guardians where a student is younger than 18 years of age).

 

This student contract is a critical document that helps to minimize future disputes and therefore, it is essential that it is completely understood by the Student (parents/legal guardians where a student is younger than 18 years of age) prior to enrolment and or signing of a new contract.For more information, you can also refer to The Committee of Private Education here.

For a student contract sample, please click here.
 
The Middleton International School Terms and Conditions should be read in conjunction with the student contract. Download the MIS Terms & Conditions here.

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MIS Student Reading

Orientation Programme

The orientation programme for all newly-enrolled students and their parents/guardians serves to:

disseminate and reiterate important course information and other information;

inform students of their rights through the Parent Handbook (including internal and external grievance and dispute resolution procedures, fee protection scheme, reference to CPE’s official website

inform students of suspension and expulsion conditions; and

give details of the organisation awarding the certificate