1) Refunds Resulting from Course Cancellation
LCI Melbourne will refund, within 14 days, all fees where LCI Melbourne cancels the course or where the commencement of the course is postponed more than one semester.
2) Refunds Resulting from Student Withdrawals
A student withdrawing from a course or units of study, whether before or after the census date, should give written notice of their withdrawal, the reason/s why and any supporting documentation to the Registrar. Students wishing to alter their enrolment should complete the Student Enrolment Variation form. Students wishing to withdraw from the course entirely should complete the Notification of Student Withdrawal form. Both forms are available from the General Office.
Withdrawal Before the Census Date
Where a student withdraws from a course prior to the census date, any upfront tuition fees already paid to LCI Melbourne will be refunded as follows:
Students who have applied for FEE-HELP assistance will not incur a FEE-HELP debt for their current units if they withdraw before the census date but will be liable for a withdrawal fee as follows:
Notification of Withdrawal forms will not be accepted for processing unless accompanied by the applicable withdrawal fee. This amount will be calculated upon the date on which the form, with accompanying payment, is accepted for processing. Students who have already paid upfront tuition fees may elect to have the withdrawal fee deducted from the balance due to be refunded.
3) How to Apply for a Refund
A refund application is included in the Notification of Withdrawal form. Once the form is accepted for processing (see above), in accordance with the provisions of this policy on tuition fee refunds LCI Melbourne will, within 28 days of receipt of written notification, refund fees paid.
4) Cancellation of Enrolment Arising From Student Default
A cancellation fee of 100% of the current semester fee applies where a student’s enrolment is cancelled for any of the following reasons:
LCI Melbourne reserves the right to withhold granting the Award attained by the student if their fees remain outstanding. If a student wishes to appeal a decision regarding their application for a refund they should access LCI Melbourne’s Grievance Procedures: Non-Academic Matters.
In the spirit of reconciliation LCI Melbourne acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community.
LCI Melbourne pay respects to the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people and acknowledges them as the Traditional Owners of the land on which our campus is situated. We recognise this as a place of special significance for the Indigenous community.
We pay our respect to Elders past and present and future. Indigenous sovereignty has never been ceded.