- Category: Admission Policy
- Last Updated on 19 October 2015
SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS
Registration and Enrollment fees must be paid at the time of registration. Payment of Tuition fees options are:
Parents can pay the whole tuition at registration or pay by installment.
There are two terms per year at ZIS. The first term begins in September and the second term begins in January. Students who withdraw and attend only part of a term will be charged a pro rata amount for the period attended for the first 20 days of a term. Students attending more than 20 days in a term are charged for the full term. Students who register at ZIS during the academic year have to pay for the whole academic year.
METHOD OF PAYMENT
Payment can be made in US Dollars, cash, at ZIS during office hours (Monday to Friday 13:00 to 16:30 when school is in session).
|Payment Type Table|
|By the Year||By Installment|
|BEFORE SEPTEMBER 30||IN SEPTEMBER|
LATE PAYMENT POLICY
A late payment fee (LPF) of $50 per month is payable on accounts which remain unpaid 14 days after the due date for payment unless the school receives written notice in advance.
Parents are responsible for payment of all school fees. If the fees are paid by a third party, any refunds are reimbursed to the parents. Payment must be made before the beginning of the year or term, depending on the payment option. As the parents are provided with payment information in advance, ZIS does not normally invoice for payments. ZIS expects that parents know the amounts and payment due dates. If a parent requires an invoice it must be specifically requested from the school.
All payments are non refundable and non transferable to other students, including siblings.
Zaman International School sets its annual fees based upon projected income and expenses. In case of severe financial stress, the Board of Directors reserves the right to revise fees or fee policy at any time during the Academic Year.
Re-registration contracts are issued at the end of year and must be returned within the given dates along with a nonrefundable registration fee. The school reserves the right, however, to deny re-registration to a student whose behavior disturbs the learning environment and/or threatens the safety and wellbeing of other students, or to a student whose continued lack of effort results in unsatisfactory academic progress, or to a student whose educational or physical needs can no longer be well served by the school.