Fees Policy

Fees Policy 

  1. Tuition Fees

1.1. Students are liable to ensure payment of all tuition fees for the program or selected training pathway and qualifications.

The program fees are set out in the healing zone training Centre official quotation to each potential student before enrolment.

Fees are standard, and quotations are tailored to the individual student experience, prior learning and prior achieved qualifications.

.1.2. At the enrolment stage, students confirm their intention to study and provide details, including an agreement to pay the fee for the modules, credit or program undertaken.

 Students are expected to enrol at the earliest opportunity and within 28 days of the first day of the term, in which the program/module commences at the latest.

1.3. All fees, refunds and credit notes are quoted and will be calculated in AED

Any international exchange rate calculation will follow established procedures in Finance.  

1.4. Where students contest the tuition fee, they are liable to the Academic Registrar (or their nominee) will determine the appropriate fee to be paid. Documentary evidence for any mitigating circumstances may be required. Students have a right of appeal via the Student Complaints Policy.

2.1. Students may be required to pay additional fees for ancillary products or services such as library use, books and kits. 

2.3. The Healing Zone Training Centre reserves the right to set appropriate tuition fees for its programs and modules. Any substantial changes to fees will typically affect students starting a program. Where fees are changed for programs or modules, students continuing a program of study will not be subject to the new fee, except where there are inflationary increases as outlined in

  1. Withdrawal by the student from a training pathway, fees are non-refundable, subject to unsuitability by a doctor for the student to continue. They will be addressed on a case-by-case situation with supporting documents.
  2. Additional fees

Additional fees are required should the following situation happen

4.1 Portfolio submission is the first step in the exam process.  Failure to meet the required minimum mark for the portfolio is classed as a failure, and the exam fees paid in advance would have already been paid 12 weeks before the portfolio submission.  These exam fees cannot be deferred and would therefore need to be paid again once the portfolio has been passed and the student re-registered for the next exam date.

4.2 Exam failure.  Additional fees to retake exams are required as the awarding bodies and the centre requires fees to be paid.  Previous fees paid cannot be deferred.

4.3 students have the opportunity within two years from the registration date to retake exams only twice after the initial exam has failed.  Failure to pass exams either during these two years or after three attempts of taking the exams, the student will be required to retake and pay for the whole course in full. 

4.4 All fees are submitted at the exam enrolment date or before the exam date and must be paid 12 weeks before the exam date.  Failure to register for the exams and pay for the exams in total, 12 weeks before the exam date, may require late registration fees to be paid.

The above policy is binding and available for all students at the time of registration and also can be downloaded from the website.