Application and payment conditions
We charge a one-time registration fee of € 45.
Upon receipt of an application form, Collegium Palatinum – International House Heidelberg issues a written acceptance letter and an invoice. To confirm registration, the student needs to pay a non-refundable tuition deposit of € 200 (plus € 200, if accommodation is also required), which will be deducted from the course fees. The balance listed in the acceptance letter should be paid no later than 30 days before classes begin. Late registrants will have to pay the total course fees upon receipt of the acceptance letter.
If you wish to receive the acceptance letter by courier, please arrange for a courier to pick up the documents at Collegium Palatinum – International House Heidelberg and inform us in due time so that the documents are ready for pick-up at the reception (office hours: Mon – Fri 8:30 – 17:00).
Course fees are to be paid in euros / €. Only the amounts indicated on the invoice issued by the school are official and binding.
Fees may be paid in cash, by check, bank transfer or credit card.
H+G Bank Heidelberg Kurpfalz eG
Address of the bank: Hauptstr. 46, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany, Phone: +49 6221 9090
If cancellations are made more than 30 days prior to the start of the course, Collegium Palatinum – International House Heidelberg will refund the total amount minus the non-refundable deposit, which can be credited towards a future course within the next two years.
No refund is given to students who leave before the end of their course or miss lessons. This does not affect a participant’s right to extraordinary cancellation.
In matters of accommodation, Collegium Palatinum – International House Heidelberg only acts as an intermediary between students and landlords and cannot be made responsible for their relationship.
Collegium Palatinum – International House Heidelberg reserves the right to adjust prices, dates or course specifications without prior notice.
If there are less than 3 participants in a class, the amount of lessons will be reduced as follows:
2 participants: 50 % of booked lessons
1 participant: 30 % of booked lessons on a one-to-one basis
In the summer we reserve the right to raise the maximum number of participants per class to 13 students.
Third person liability
Irrespective of the legal justification, the liability of Collegium Palatinum – International House Heidelberg is limited to intent and gross negligence. Collegium Palatinum – International House Heidelberg does neither accept liability for any accidents that may occur during, on the way to and from an event nor for theft, loss or damage of property; the same applies for events offered for children and teenagers.
Participants are held directly liable for any damages caused to a third party.