Terms & Conditions

Terms and Conditions

Tileyard Education (TY-e) takes great care to ensure that our terms and conditions of enrolment are consistent with both the law and sector best practice. It is therefore important that you read and understand the T&C’s, before you make a commitment to enrolling at Tileyard Education (TY-e). If you should have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact one of the team who will be happy to assist and advise.

Introduction

By taking up a place to study with us, you should be aware that you enter into a legally-binding contract with the Tileyard Education (TY-e). Full details of this commitment are contained in our full Terms and Conditions (T&C's) document , which you will be formally asked to agree to before starting your studies. Amongst other things the T&C's lay out in detail your contractual rights and obligations, along with those of the Tileyard Education (TY-e). Without contradicting or superseding anything in those T&Cs, the following is intended as an “at a glance” summary; where applicable, terminology is as defined in the full T&Cs

Your application to study at Tileyard Education (TY-e)

Tileyard Education (TY-e) normally processes applications and offers for MA courses directly through our official University partner’s websites. To apply for MA Music Industry Entrepreneurship applications go to http://www.uwtsdlondon.ac.uk/apply/ and for MA Commercial songwriting and production please go to https://www.ntu.ac.uk/study-and-courses/postgraduate/how-to-apply
It is a condition of studying with us that you complete the application and all subsequent required supporting documentation and information in full, truthfully, accurately and on time. Failure to do so could lead to termination of your agreement with Tileyard Education (TY-e).

In deciding whether to offer a place, we evaluate each application against set criteria, including an interview, although meeting criteria does not guarantee admission where courses are over-subscribed. Enrolment and the agreement between us. Once you have firmly accepted your offer from Tileyard Education (TY-e), you will be invited to Enrol. Upon our confirmation that you have satisfactorily completed this, to include an agreement that your fees will be paid for, a contract will be put in place between you and us. This agreement is made up of T&C's plus the following additional documents and processes; we strongly advise that you familiarise yourself with these.

If you change your mind about the course

You have the legal right to cancel the contractual agreement between us, via the withdrawal form on our agreement, during a “cooling off period” - this is within 14 days starting from the day after we send you the email confirming you have completed Enrolment. We will refund any Fees already paid to us by you within 14 days of you cancelling the agreement, except a deduction pro rata for days studied where you start the course during the cooling off period.

If you want to transfer course or withdraw

If, after completing induction and starting your studies, you decide you wish to transfer course or withdraw from Tileyard Education (TY-e), each case will be met individually and discussed with student support to discover the best possible solution, whether that requires full withdrawal, a transfer, or a break in study.