Students attending Worldwide School will be expected to:
*Attend all classes (100% attendance is required by the immigration service for student visas)
*Be on time for class (many teachers do not allow late students to enter until break time)
*Sit regular tests
*Speak ONLY English
*No personal use of phones in class
*Show consideration and respect to school premises, members of staff and all other students
Students who do not comply with the school rules may be expelled from school and their visa revoked. Students who are expelled will not receive any fee refund.
Breaking the law in New Zealand = instant expulsion.
Breaking schools rules = 1st time verbal warning, 2nd time written warning, 3rd time = expulsion.
For students on a student visa it is VERY IMPORTANT to have good attendance. Students with poor attendance usually cannot get another student visa. Students with less than 80% attendance will also not receive a graduation certificate. If you are not going to come to class you will be marked ABSENT. You will be marked absent for moving flat and other personal problems. You will be marked absent if you miss more than one hour of class. Both morning and afternoon classes count toward attendance.
Warning Letters for Attendance
Worldwide School expects students to attend all classes. We are very strict about our school rules on attendance. If your monthly attendance is less than 80% then you will receive a warning letter.
Attendance over 3 months with a total of less than 80% means you will lose your place at Worldwide School of English, receive no tuition fees refund and NZ Immigration will be informed
This is in accordance with immigration requirements for all international students studying on student visas.
Mid week arrivals
Students can start and leave their accommodation on any day as long as it is less than 1 week before their course start or 3 days after their course finish. Extra days can be invoiced either before the student arrives, or after they have arrived in New Zealand.
Any student arriving on a Monday will be expected to start their course on the next day Tuesday.
Any students arriving on a Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday will be charged