1. In the event of a student failing to attend the confirmed course, or complete the course for any reason other than the unlikely event that the course is cancelled by the school, (for example: personal problems, illness, change of mind, relocation, pregnancy, illness or death in the family, change in personal circumstances, failure to obtain a visa or a loan etc.) no refunds of fees or deposits will be made and no entitlement to a later-date course will be granted.
  2. Deposits are non-refundable but will be credited against the course fee. If you cancel your enrolment less than 30 days prior to the start date, no monies will be refunded.
  3.  The balance of the full course fee should be paid to the Administrator no less than 30 days prior to the commencement date. Failure to pay the balance by the due date will result in the deposit being forfeited.
  4. Upon notification of the commencement date, no variation in the course date will be permitted without full payment of any outstanding balance and at least one month’s written notice is received by the Administrator, who reserves the right to change and confirm another date – subject to availability. The applicant can make only one change of date.
  5. All fees quoted attract and are including VAT (UK Government Tax) at the current rate. All fees must be received by the School without deduction, therefore any overseas/UK bank charges will automatically be added to the final balance payable. Educational courses are not exempt from VAT nor can VAT be claimed back by overseas students.
  6.  A student is accepted for enrolment on and subject to the conditions that the student will attend on the date (the commencement date) and at the time specified in the confirmation letter which will be sent to the student upon receipt of the completed application form together with the correct deposit.
  7. Fees are not refundable if the course is interrupted or cancelled through an act of God or terrorist act.
  8. Students will not be accepted on the commencement date unless full payment of fees has been made.
  9. Course fees, deposits and other payments are non-transferable.


  1. Students are required to attend on the first day of their course or module at the time stated in their confirmation letter. Failure to attend the first day of your course, or module will preclude you from attending any further part of that course or module and you will not be entitled to a refund of any fees paid or offered an alternative start date or course.
  2. For assessment-based courses, you must have a minimum of 80% attendance for teaching in the classroom for each subject/module. Failure to meet this requirement will result in your expulsion from the school. You must also have 100% attendance in the Student Salon. You are required to spend additional time after the course in the Salon to meet this requirement otherwise it will preclude you from being assessed and qualified. For examination-based courses, you must have at least 80% attendance in the first 12 weeks of your course. Failure to meet this requirement will result in your expulsion from the school. In addition, if you miss more than 100 hours in total on either a CIBTAC or CIDESCO course, you will not be registered for examination.
  3. Classes will commence promptly at the published times, irrespective of whether all students are present. Classes will not be delayed to wait for latecomers, and teachers are not responsible for repeating work missed. Latecomers may be requested to wait until a suitable break in teaching before entering a class. Class hours can be varied at the discretion of the School’s Chief Operating Officer without prior notice.
  4. The School will be closed on all UK public holidays. If a public holiday falls during your course, no extra days will be added to your course or reduction in fees given.
  5. Paying for and/or attending a course fully does not guarantee a qualification, diploma or certificate of achievement. Awards of achievement are gained by the successful fulfillment of the criteria set out by the various awarding bodies. The decision of the Chief Operating Officer and Heads of Department are final in all cases.
  6. Time off for official religious holidays, booked holidays, planned weddings, medical appointments etc. must be discussed and agreed before application. We recommend that all absence be avoided where possible.


  1. Students making arrangements for payment of course fees through overseas banks must ensure that either the fees, or proof of payment from their bank, accompany their application form. We advise students to mark requests to their banks for foreign exchange as ‘Priority’, being of an educational nature. Bank drafts should be directed to The London School of Beauty & Make-up, 18-19 Long Lane, London EC1A 9PL.
  2.  It is vitally important that the remitting bank quotes the full name of the attending student on the details of payment. All bank charges must be prepaid in order that The London School of Beauty and Make-up receives the amount in full.
  3. When paying fees by a direct debit transfer of credit, you must send an application form by mail or fax to the School in advance. State the amount of the transfer clearly on the application form along with the bank details and/or reference number.


  1. It is regretted that due to the possibility of copyright infringement, the use of video cameras is not permitted. Audio recording equipment may be permitted by specific arrangement.
  2. The wearing of the School’s uniform is required for all students unless otherwise stated. Please refer to the ‘Dress Code and Centre Policy Guidelines’ for full details.
  3. As all courses are of a continuous nature, no allowance for lateness or absenteeism will be made except with prior consent by the Chief Operating Officer and Heads of Department, who also reserve the right to dismiss any student giving justifiable cause for such action. Their decisions in all such matters will be deemed as final.
  4. It is not the responsibility of the School or individual teachers to provide additional teaching hours for students to ‘catch up’ on education missed due to lateness or absenteeism for whatever reason.
  5. All course contents, their elements, and fees are subject to change without any prior notice to Students at the discretion of the School.
  6. Employer’s guarantee – it is our continued policy in the case of any student who is employed or sponsored by any other organisation, not to openly or directly solicit that student for the purposes of employment, whilst that student is attending a The London School of Beauty and Make-up course.
  7. Students unable to understand or speak English will not be permitted to take part in practical sessions without the assistance of a suitably qualified interpreter. The interpreter must be arranged and at the expense of the student.
  8. Students failing to complete their assessments, variations, ranges etc. during the term of their course will be charged by the hour for any further teaching/supervision/assessing. These sessions will be at the convenience of the School. Check with the Administration department for the current rates.
  9. These conditions form the main part of the contract between the School and the Student. The Centre Policy Guidelines (issued separately on request) also form part of this contract and should be read by all students. Only the Chief Operating Officer shall be authorised to alter or waive any of the aforementioned terms and conditions.


  1. If any student behaves improperly on the School’s premises including any form of cheating during an assessment/exam, damages or removes any equipment belonging to the School will be asked to leave immediately.


  1. The London School of Beauty and Make-up is registered under Data Protection Act 1998, registration number Z3631844. This means that we will not share any of your details with third parties apart from the details required by the awarding bodies for the purpose of registration and certification.

Terms and Conditions of the Cancellation Plan Agreement


  • Personal illness: only if accompanied by a letter from a G.P. or Hospital including full medical report.
  • Death: In the unfortunate event of a death of an immediate member of your family such as mother, father, brother, sister, partner, your child or either of your grand parents. An original death certificate will be required
  • Cancellation: or delay of travel arrangements by a third party such as airline, train or ferry. Confirmation of any cancellation from the company involved will be required.
  • Serious Accident or Hospitalization: supported by a police or doctors report.
  • Act of God: (Events outside of human control such as sudden floods or other natural disasters for which no one can be held responsible).
  • Pregnancy: A letter from your GP or hospital stating that in their opinion it would be detrimental to yours or the unborn child's health to start or continue with a course.

(Not disclosing your condition at the time of booking invalidates this agreement).


Should you make a claim under the Terms and Conditions of this Cancellation Plan you will be offered a replacement date only for the same course. This must be taken up within eighteen months from the cancellation date (subject to availability) or a different course of the same value if you prefer. If your chosen replacement course is of a higher value, you will be asked to pay any difference. If it is of a lesser value please note that there would be no monetary refund of the difference, however it can be used against a further course.

Please note that there is no monetary refund of the course fee under any circumstance, however any goods such as books, products or equipment purchased but not collected can be refunded.


Only what is stated on this Agreement will be covered. If you change your mind about taking the course, or if your application for a visa to study in the UK is refused, or if the border control refuse you entry for what ever reason you are not covered.