Cancellation, Withdrawal and Refunds
In the event that a program is cancelled, students are eligible for a full refund of application fees, deposits and tuition fees previously paid.
All programs are subject to cancellation due to insufficient enrolment.
If you are planning on withdrawing from your program it is important that you meet with a Student Advisor. The Student Advisor can help to ensure you are fully informed of your options as well as potential academic and financial consequences. Email email@example.com to make an appointment.
To formally withdraw from your program, please complete the correct withdrawal form. Visit our Forms page for the necessary document. Students are responsible for notifying the MITT when withdrawing from their program of study.
The effective date of withdrawal is the date the completed withdrawal form is received by the MITT General Office.
Withdrawals are assessed based on the MITT Tuition Refund Schedule. Refunds of tuition fees may be reduced by non-refundable fees as of the start date of your program and any outstanding debts such as textbooks, kits and miscellaneous supplies or equipment.
Please review the Student Withdrawals Policy and related documents:
2020-2021 Academic Year
2019-2020 Academic Year
MITT Tuition Refund Schedule (effective for Fall 2019 intake)
MITT Tuition Refund Schedule (effective for Winter 2020 and Spring 2020 intake)
Refunds and Student Loans
Educational institutions are required by law to forward any refund for student loan recipients directly to the lending institution for the reduction of student loan debt.
Refunds and Sponsored Students
Educational institutions are required by Education Training Services and other sponsoring agencies to forward any refunds directly to third parties who paid tuition on behalf of a student.
Updated: January 2020