Certificate in Management / Business and/or its equivalent
Certificate in Special Education / Certificate or Diploma in Preschool Teaching / Leadership
Advanced Diploma Programs (30 - 48 Credits)
Minimum Diploma in relevant studies and/or it equivalent in state accredited equivalent qualification
Bachelor Programs (120 - 140 Credits)
Minimum Advanced Diploma in relevant studies and/or it equivalent in state accredited equivalent qualification for advanced credits transfer
Candidates with Minimum GCE 'O' Levels/ SPM and/or its equivalent will be required to complete 3 years studies with full credits
To be offered admission to Kits4Kids University programme, the following are required:
Submission of Application form.
Providing related and required documents accurately.
Providing original documents for verification
Meeting all pre-requisites of minimum entry of the chosen course as stated in our course brochures.
All students must sign a declaration of undertaking form affirming that all information and statements provided in the application form are true and to their best knowledge. Should there be any false information, the student is willing to bear all responsibilities and face all the consequences including dismissal from the course, forfeiture of fees etc.
Students will also abide by the rules set out by the school and all governing laws in respective countries. Any student found to be in violation of any rules, regulations or laws will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action by the relevant authorities. In severe cases, a student may be expelled from the course of study.
Timetable/Course Schedule Classes for full-time students are usually scheduled during the day on weekdays whereas classes for part-time students are held in the evenings. When the need arises, classes may be conducted during the weekends. For full-time students, classes for certain modules may be held in the evenings when the student enrolment is too low to run the classes during the day time. The timetable/course schedules are fixed by the School and for the benefit of the majority of students, we will not be able to make changes to the timetable/course schedules to accommodate individual student’s schedule.
Changes to Timetable/Course Schedule While the School strives to commit to the timetable/course schedule released to the students, we reserve the right to amend the timetable/course schedule when necessary (especially under circumstances beyond the control of the School). Should there be any changes to the timetable/course schedule, the School will make every effort to inform the students about the change.
Attendance Policy Students are required to observe an 80% minimum attendance, failing which, the School will take immediate action against the student. In circumstances where a student fails to maintain 80% attendance despite reminders and warnings from the school, the school will expel the student from the programme. If students are absent from classes for valid reasons (e.g. business trips, medical condition etc), supporting documents must be submitted to the School within three working days to avoid being penalised for missing classes. The students must ensure that they sign the attendance personally for every class attended. Students caught signing the attendance on behalf of another student will be subjected to severe disciplinary action by the School.
Assessment Policy Students will be assessed through a combination of assignment(s) / test(s) / quiz(es), attendance and final examination. The weightage of the various assessment components will be made known to the students in the unit outline of the respective modules.
Submission of Assignment Policy
Dateline for Submission of Assignment Students are required to submit their assignments on or before the stipulated dateline, failing which, a penalty may be imposed or a zero grade may be awarded. Students are also required to save their assignments in soft copies and submit them to the programme executive via email.
Plagiarism It is the responsibility of the students to ensure that the assignments submitted are their own work. If students are found submitting work done by other people or if a significant portion of their work contains unacknowledged content, they are deemed to have committed plagiarism and will be subjected to disciplinary action by the School.
Examination Date, Time and Venue All examination dates, time and venue are set by the School. Changes to the date, time and venue to accommodate individual’s requests will not be entertained.
Punctuality for Examination Candidates are allowed to enter the examination hall 15 minutes before the examination is due to commence. Candidates must be seated at their assigned desks at least 10 minutes before the start of examination.
Candidates are not allowed to enter the examination hall 30 minutes after the start of examination. They are also not allowed to leave the examination hall for the first 30 minutes and last 15 minutes of the examination. No candidate may leave the examination hall without the permission of the invigilator, who will arrange for an escort. Any candidate who leaves the examination hall without the permission from the invigilator will not be allowed to return to the examination hall.
Students’ Belongings All bags and notes are to be placed at the front or back of the examination hall. Candidates are to switch off all their electronic devices (e.g. mobile phones) and place them in their bags. If students are found to possess unauthorised materials during the examination, it will be deemed as a dishonest act and they will be subjected to severe disciplinary action.
No dictionaries of any kind will be allowed into the examination hall, unless otherwise specified by the School.
Identification All candidates must place their Student Card / Identification Card on the top right-hand corner of the desk for the Invigilator to check when he/she marks the attendance. Students without the required identification will not be allowed to sit for the examination.
Dishonesty Candidates who are caught cheating or attempting to cheat during the examination will not be allowed to continue with the examination. A fail grade will be awarded to the candidate automatically.
Absence from Examination Students who are absent from an examination must produce an official document (e.g. medical letter from a general practitioner or letter from employer) within 2 working days from the date of the examination. Students will be allowed to take the supplementary examination as their Deferred Examination. There will not be any Supplementary Examination for students who failed their Deferred Examination.
Students who are absent from an examination and unable to produce an official document will be deemed to have sat for and failed the examination.
Application for Deferred Examination Students who are unable to sit for a particular examination on the scheduled date are required to submit the relevant document(s) to the School prior to the examination. Approval for a deferred examination will be granted at the sole discretion of the School.
Eligibility for Supplementary Examination Only students who have obtained a marginal fail grade of 45 – 49 marks out of 100 are allowed to sit for the Supplementary Examination. Students with a grade of 44 and below will be required to re-module that unit (i.e. pay the course fees, attend classes, submit assignment(s), and sit for test(s)/examination).
Appeal against Results Students are to submit their application for appeal against their results within 7 working days from the date of release of their results. The administrative fee for appeal application will be fees (refer to country requirements) per unit. Please note that the application to appeal against results does not entitle the students to view or retain their examination scripts.
To ensure objectivity in the appeal process, the appeal will be administered by an independent Examination Board. The outcome of the appeal can be one of the following:
The original grade awarded will remain; or
A better grade will be awarded; or
A worse grade will be awarded
The decision of the Examination Board shall be final and no further appeal will be entertained.
Academic Calendar - Kits4Kids programmes are offer in month/terms/semesters depending on country. The courses are designed on modular basis so that each student can start the course at any point of time.
Students must meet the minimum of 80% attendance. Should the attendance falls below the requirement, students must produce evidence to justify his/her attendance.
Purchase of Textbooks The cost of textbooks is not included in the course fees.
Course Materials Policy Printing of Course Materials
As far as possible, the School will print the course materials for the students during their studies with us. However, if for certain reasons the School is prohibited to mass print and distribute course materials for students due to licensing laws (i.e. course materials with copyrights issues), students will be required to go onto the website to download these copyrighted course materials.
Deferment of Course Deferment may be allowed on case-to-case basis. Should a student wish to apply for deferment, he/she must submit deferment form fifteen (15) days prior to the commencement of the following module. There will be a payment of respective fees relevant to each country (subject to prevailing Taxes) to submit deferment form for processing.
Students who do not attend classes are still considered as students for that particular module and are liable to pay the fees. Students who submit their deferment request after the start of the unit(s) for a particular semester/trimester will not be able to carry forward his/her paid fees for the particular unit(s) to a later period, unless otherwise approved by the School.
Teacher-Student Ratio Kits4Kids University adopts the teacher-student ratio of 20:1 for most classes with respect to each country, when applicable.
Course Fee Payment Course fee payment will be made by the student with the amount stated in each country enrolment.
Students are advised to refer to their Standard Student Contract which will provide details of monthly instalment scheme.
Reminder will also be sent by email. Below is more detailed break-downs of payment.
Registration fee: Refer to respective country
Course fee is payable before the course starts (Refer to respective country)
Refer to our payment scheme
Other fees: Textbook - Refer to respective country Course transfer fee - Refer to respective country Transcript, Certification & Recommendation - Refer to respective country Replacement of course book - Refer to respective country
Mode of payments
The students can make their payments by:
Telegraph Transfer (TT)
Cash in respective country payment scheme
Outstanding Fees Students are expected to make timely payment of course fees to the School. They may be barred from sitting for examinations/progress to the next level if they have outstanding fees.
Accuracy of Charging Kits4Kids University is committed to provide accurate charging of all fees. List of the breakdown of all Course Fees and Non-Course Fees can be found in Schedule 2 of the Standard Student Contract, payment schedules and our communication materials.
Payment, Refund, Transfer, Withdrawal Related Procedures
Payment Course payment must be made prior to commencement of the course.
Course Withdrawal Should a student decide during the study to terminate enrolment at Kits4Kids University, the withdrawal procedure is as follows:
Report to the Course Administrator and obtain a Student Withdrawal Form.
Have form signed by each area listed on the Student Withdrawal Form.
Pass the completed Withdrawal Form to the Course Administrator.
Students are responsible for any balances due after the withdrawal is processed. A student is responsible for any costs incurred by Kits4Kids University, including collection and litigation costs. Refunds, when appropriate, will be processed as promptly as possible. Students who do not follow official withdrawal procedures may forfeit their deposit.
Withdrawal for Cause: In the event that:
Kits4Kids University is unable to commence the Course on the Commencement Date;
Kits4Kids University is unable to complete the Course by the Completion Date;
Kits4Kids University terminates the Course for any reason prior to the completion of the Course; or
Kits4Kids University is in material breach of its obligation under the Student Contract Agreement
the entire amount of the Tuition Fees and Additional Fees (less any applicable bank administrative charges) are fully refundable within 30 working days after receiving the Student’s notice of withdrawal.
Withdrawal Without Cause and Refunds: Where the students withdraw from the Course for any reason other than the above mentioned, Kits4Kids University shall, within 30 working days after receiving the Student’s written notice of withdrawal refund to the Student the sum of:
100% of the aggregate amount of the Course Fees and Additional Fess paid and the entire amount (100%) of the Security Deposit (less any payment owed by the Student) where the Student’s written notice of withdrawal is given more than 90 days prior to the Commencement Date;
50% of the aggregate amount of the Course Fees and Additional Fess paid and the entire amount (100%) of the Security Deposit (less any payment owed by the Student) where the Student’s written notice of withdrawal is given more than 45 days prior to the Commencement Date;
5% of the aggregate amount of the Course Fees and Additional Fees paid and the entire amount (100%) of the Security Deposit (less any payment owed by the Student) where the Student’s written notice is given more than 14 days prior to the Commencement Date.
0% of the aggregate amount of the Course Fees and Additional Fess paid and the entire amount (100%) of the Security Deposit (less any payment owed by the Student) where the Student’s written notice of withdrawal is given less than 14 days prior to the Commencement Date, unless the withdrawal is due to the participant’s illness or disability, in which case a partial refund of fees may be made on receipt of adequate documentary evidence in support of any application for a refund.
less any applicable bank/insurance/Kits4Kids University administrative charges.
% of Course Fee Refund If Student's written notice of withdrawal is received 100% More than ninety (90) days before the Commencement Date 50% More than forty-five (45) days, but less than ninety (90) days from the Commencement Date of the course 5% More than fourteen (14)days, but less than fourteen (14) days from the Commencement Date of the course. 0% More than seven (14) days from the commencement date of the course. It takes around 30 (thirty) working days to process the refund of tuition fees. All requests must be submitted in written form and the process will start from the date stated on the form. Modes of notification in the event of changes Should there be any changes pertaining to the course, students will be notified fourteen (14) days in advance by either of the following:
Any changes in dates, times, venues, speakers/lecturers and fees may occur due to unforeseen circumstances. However, Kits4Kids University will ensure that every student will be contacted via phone and email. A notification will also be posted at the main entrance of the centre for awareness. Should there be any changes in course requirements, fees or, centre administration, the students will be notified through letters, memo handouts and notification will also be posted on the notice board.
General Conduct Students’ Conduct and Behaviour
Students are expected to behave in a matured and proper manner while in the school’s premises.
The School reserves the right to suspend/expel students from our programmes under the following circumstances:
Cheating during examination;
Vandalising the School’s property;
Bringing of sharp / dangerous objects / weapons to School;
Smoking within the school’s premises;
Stealing within the school’s premises;
Gambling within the school’s premises;
Displaying outright disrespect to Lecturers/Staff/Invigilators;
Other misconduct as deemed fit by the School.
No Eating and Drinking in Classrooms Students are not allowed to eat and drink in the classrooms. The School reserves the right to impose a fine of penalty if the student is caught consuming food/drinks in the classroom. Use of Classrooms All classrooms will be opened from 8.30am till 6.00pm, if applicable. A classroom will be opened for students’ self study / discussion, and is subject to availability of the rooms. Punctuality Students are expected to observe punctuality for classes. Those who arrive more than 15 minutes late for class will be marked as absent for that class. Students’ Belongings Students are expected to take care of their personal belongings. The School will not be held liable for the loss of any personal belongings within the School’s premises. Dress Code Students are expected to dress appropriately for classes. Offensive language printed on clothing must be avoided.
General Information Change of Particulars Students are required to fill in the ‘Student Particulars Update Form’ to update the School of any changes in their personal particulars. It is the responsibility of the students to update the School of any changes in their personal particulars (especially the mobile number and email address) as these are the two main channels of communication between the School and the students. A copy of the form can be obtained from the School. Student Complaint / Grievance Resolution Procedure During the course of study, disagreement may occur at any given time. The cause of this may be various. The school recognizes that problems may happen during a teaching-learning process or non-teaching-learning related matters. In order to provide a high quality education and services to all the students, therefore, students are encouraged to raise any issues pertaining to either their courses or well-being at an early stage so that the school can assist them in any way it can. Minor grievance should be resolved within one day. Should this problem be unresolved, students are advised to lodge in a Written Complaint to the Course Coordinator
Programme Evaluation As part of our commitment to provide quality programmes to our students, the School invites students to provide feedback relating to the following areas on the third and last lesson of every unit:
Quality of Programme
The responses will be kept STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL and will only be used by the School to make improvements to our programmes and services. Other Matters Details of the procedures and any implications of students’ withdrawal from course, non-attendence, termination of course by local bodies and refunds policy. If the student fails to achieve a rate of 80% in attendance. A warning letter will be sent to the student to remind him/her of his/her student pass requirements. A letter will also be sent to the students’ parents or guardian to notify them of their child/ward’s behaviour. If the student continues to be absent from class, he/she will be counselled. If the students’ does not improve thereafter, his/her student pass will be cancelled, and the student will be refunded accordingly. In the event that parents/guardians of the students in Kits4Kids University are not satisfied with the resolution of their complaints by the school, they can refer their complaints to the relevant bodies.