Read the Terms and Conditions.
Complete the application form.
Arrange for the payment of the programme fee. Your place will not be reserved until the programme fee has been received.
Full programme payment must be received before a student’s place is confirmed.
Programme fee payment options:
Please note that the programme fee is paid on the understanding that it will be retained GLEDUS if the applicant fails to enter. Please also note that acceptance and entrance constitute a contract to pay the remaining tuition fee for the enrolled period.
As soon as GLEDUS has received and approved your application and received the programme fee, we will send:
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding the application process.
At GLEDUS the safety and welfare of our students is our highest priority. All of our students are offered exceptional opportunities and freedom to flourish. However, we are keen to note that with these freedoms come responsibilities. If GLEDUS determines that students have broken any of these rules and regulations, or have compromised the safety of themselves, another GLEDUS student or anyone else on the programme, we reserve the right to send students home immediately without refund. All rules and regulations will be strictly enforced. By applying to GLEDUS, students agree to abide by the rules and regulations set out in these terms and conditions and any additional rules and regulations detailed on arrival.
By making an application, the parent or guardian (referred to as ‘guardian’ in these terms and conditions) and the student accept and represent that;
You shall pay GLEDUS the Fees and any additional sums which are agreed between you and GLEDUS for the provision of the Services.The full Fees must be sent to GLEDUS via the website Booking Form. No booking is valid until payment has been received. GLEDUS shall not be responsible for any cash payment.
Please note we do not accept American Express. Under no circumstances is cash accepted as payment for a booking at a Gledus site.
Students are accepted subject to space and on receipt of full application form and programme fee. If we do not accept an application we will return the programme fee.
Medical Insurance and expenses, travel insurance, transport to and from home city, airport transfers outwith stated times and from any airport other than those specified by GLEDUS, pocket money and souvenirs or stationery.
Any amendment or cancellation to a booking must be made in writing via email or by post. Cancellations by post will take effect on receipt of the letter by GLEDUS.
Fees are non-returnable for students arriving late, leaving early or missing a day of programme (whether on account of illness or any other cause). If the course has been booked, then the full fees are payable.
In the event that a cancellation occurs due to ‘force majeure’ such as fire, flooding, infectious diseases, acts of god, government, terrorism, natural disaster, war, labour conditions and power failures and other events out with the guardian or GLEDUS’s reasonable control that prevent the student from attending, no refund of fees will be made, except at the school’s discretion.
Any student who does not turn up or who leaves the programmeduring the session is not entitled to receive any refund.
Guardians and students are responsible for informing us on application of all medical, dental, dietary, educational or other special needs regarding the student. All costs related to those needs including medical and dental care, tests, allergy, shots and prescriptions are the responsibility of the guardian. Appropriate medical insurance that will cover any medical treatment received while in the UK must be purchased before arrival at GLEDUS. All bills from health facilities used by GLEDUS on behalf of a student will be sent to the guardian for payment.
In the event of an emergency, the parent/guardian authorisesGLEDUS to contact and secure, if necessary medical attention for their son/daughter. If emergency or surgical treatment is required and the parent/ guardian is not contactable (all efforts will be made to contact the parent/guardian in the first instance) the parent/guardian gives permission for an GLEDUS representative along with senior management to secure what ever medical treatment may be required as advised by a medical professional.
We reserve the right to dismiss any student found in breach of the Rules and Regulations of GLEDUS. Should a student violate any of these rules, GLEDUS has the right to dismiss or exclude the student from the programme and, in extreme cases, repatriate that student at the student’s own expense, in any case, without refund of the programme fee.
We reserve the right to change or cancel courses, and to modify the programme. We will advise students of any changes which significantly alter the programme they have selected.
GLEDUS will exercise due care in arranging and conducting the programme. However, we cannot assume responsibility or liability for any damage, loss, claim or injury of any kind whatsoever resulting from any act of omission, commission or inadvertence of any accommodation provider or carrier or other company or person rendering any of the services required as part of the programme. Nor can GLEDUS be responsible for any student who leaves the programme (with or without GLEDUS’s consent) or who breaks the rules and regulations and in doing so suffers loss or injury. Causing harm to yourself or others – asphyxiation games, bullying, physical or mental harm of any kind, will not be tolerated.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, IN NO EVENT SHALL GLEDUS BE LIABLE TO THE STUDENT OR GUARDIAN FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT,EXEMPLARY, STATUTORY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES; OR ANY OTHER CLAIMS BROUGHT AGAINST GLEDUS PARTY, EVEN IF THE OTHER PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES OR IF SUCH DAMAGES ARE FORESEEABLE. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event that GLEDUS is held by a competentjurisdiction to be directly responsible for any loss or damage, we will pay to the guardian or student who has suffered loss up to the amount equal to the price paid to GLEDUS for the relevant programme.
GLEDUS will not assume responsibility or liability for any damage, loss, claim or injury resulting from events beyond its control including, without limitation, acts of God, strikes, incidents of terrorism, politically orreligiously motivated violence, war, sickness, government restrictions or regulations, weather, quarantines or wilful or negligent acts of third parties or suppliers to GLEDUS.
Nothing in these terms and conditions shall exclude any liability of GLEDUS for death or personal injury arising from its own negligence nor affect any rights which the guardian or student have as a matter of law.
GLEDUS’s programmes are open to students of all nationalities, who are aged 8 -16 years. If on arrival we find a student or parent has neglected to divulge appropriate information on the student’s mental, physical or emotional state and this in any way prohibits the student from being able to take part in certain aspects of the programme or requires significant additional attention from staff, GLEDUS reserves the right to ask the parents to remove the student from the programme for their own safety and enjoyment. This will be done without refund.
All students of GLEDUS are expected to obey the law. If any student breaks the law or is suspected of doing so, they shall be disciplined accordingly. This can include being repatriated immediately, without refund.
GLEDUS has a zero tolerance policy with regards to the use of alcohol or drugs. The use, possession or purchase of any quantity of alcohol or drugs is strictly forbidden for all students regardless of their age, and could result in immediate expulsion from the programme without refund. Students who are suspected of the use, possession or purchase of alcohol or drugs will be placed on probation and their guardians will be notified. This includes the misuse of prescription or over the counter medication
GLEDUS operates a strict no smoking policy. Any student found to be smoking in or on university property or found to be purchasing, distributing or consuming cigarettes or tobacco will be reported to the Programme Director and issued with a formal warning, this may ultimately lead to the student’s dismissal from the programme. Under UK law it is a criminal offence to sell cigarettes or tobacco to any person under 18 years old. This extends to the purchase, distribution and consumption of all e-cigarettes, vaporizers and any associated products or materials, regardless of whether or not the former contain nicotine.
Respect for the Community
All students of GLEDUS are expected to respect the rights of all members of the community. This includes other students and staff of GLEDUS. Anti-social behaviour includes bullying, racism, lying, theft, self- harming, physical, verbal and online harassment. Any kind of anti-social behaviour can result in a denial of privileges, early curfews and in most cases guardians will be contacted for support. Repeated anti- social behaviour can result in expulsion from the programme without refund. GLEDUS will not tolerate bullying of any kind. Students enrolled in the GLEDUSprogramme should treat their fellow students as they would like to be treated and show respect to those around them. Any incidents of bullying will be taken seriously and the action taken by GLEDUS will be recorded and parents will be notified. GLEDUS reserves the right to remove a student from the programme who has been found guilty of bullying and the student will not be invited back to future GLEDUS summer programmes.
Permission to leave the programme
Students may leave the programme if granted permission by their guardian. Permission must be received in writing at least 24 hours before the trip and must specify the name, address and contact number of the friend or relative. Travel must not conflict with academic classes or any other required activities.
It is forbidden for students to possess or purchase any item/weapon that is deemed to be a danger to themselves or others.
These include knives, fireworks or any other flammable items such as candles.
Students of GLEDUS may not, for health and safely reasons, obtain a tattoo or piercing while on the programme.
All personal belongings and valuables are the responsibility of the individual and we ask all students to lock their bedroom doors when they leave their room. GLEDUS will not replace any items stolen, damaged or lost during the programme.
Students will have access to the schools IT facilities. All students agree to to be bound by the code of practice covering the use of email and internet as laid out by GLEDUS.
Students of GLEDUS are required to provide an accurate medical history and current health insurance prior to the programme commencing.
When necessary, professional medical consultation/treatment will be arranged by GLEDUS. All medical expenses are the responsibility of the student being treated and their guardian. It is understood that all medical expenses incurred by the student and paid by GLEDUS shall be reimbursed promptly by the guardian or student. This includes medication, hospital or doctors visits and transportation to/from medical facilities. All medication brought to the programme must be declared and handed to the students counselor for safe keeping. No student will be allowed to keep medication in their room except in special circumstances. Students must detail the exact intake of medication in detail to GLEDUS before arrival at the programme.
By agreeing to the terms and conditions it is understood that the student may participate in all summer school classes, activities and excursions. Parents/guardians and students agree that photographs, quotations and recorded media taken during GLEDUS can be used for publicity, PR, social media, publications or promotion.
Personal data collected by GLEDUS will only be used by us in order to fulfil our obligations under the Contract. All personal data is processed in accordance with data protection legislation.