• Please note that your deposit payment is not confirmation of your place on a programme. Your place on your chosen programme will only be confirmed once all academic and or other requirements are met and verified. Other requirements may also include any reports requested by the College on special learning requirements.
  • All fees paid are non refundable except in the event that academic requirements are not met. In all other cases, from the payment of your deposit, you have committed yourself to pay all tuition fees for the programme that you have been accepted onto. It is essential that you adhere to the payment plan you have agreed with the fees office. Failure to keep up with payments may result in you being asked to leave the programme.
  • If you choose to leave the programme for any reason, you remain liable for the full cost of the tuition fees. If you are experiencing financial problems, please seek an immediate meeting with the Operations Manager (Martina Halligan) to discuss your options.
  • If a student is expelled, for any given reason, fees are non refundable.
  • All programmes require a minimum number of students in order to commence. Failure to reach these numbers will result in any fees paid deferred to the next academic year or refunded if so requested.
  • Any student accepting a place on the course is bound by the rules/conditions of the college, which can be found in our student handbook and in our terms and conditions section located on our website.
  • Failure to abide by the rules of the conditions may, at the discretion of the College, result in the immediate expulsion from the College.


  • The student is ultimately responsible for his/her own effort and engagement with learning. All communication will be between the College and the learner. If requested In exceptional circumstances, and with the written permission of the learner the College may engage in a once off communication with parents or other interested parties.
  • Any learning support requirements must be discussed with the College before enrolment. The College can provide limited learning supports, and each request will be assessed on a case by case basis. Evidence of any condition must be provided to the Admissions Department and be from a certified relevant consultant / practitioner.
  • Please note any documentation received will be shared with our educational partner.
  • Attendance is compulsory and as such your attendance is strictly monitored. Students are expected to attend no less that 85% of all scheduled classes. Continuous unexplained/unauthorised absence in any one module without written explanation causes you to be classified as an inactive student and you must attend a meeting with the College Board to assess and determine your place on the programme.
  • For absence through illness, you must produce a doctor / medical certificate within 5 days of the illness. If you are currently suffering from any medical condition, it is vital that you inform the College immediately. Any other legitimate absence must be notified in writing to the Faculty Administrator prior to the class being affected.
  • Completion of assignments by the due date given is imperative. Timing and pacing of assessment work is vital and you will receive help with this. Importantly, you are in control of and responsible for the safe storage of your course data and projects. You are required to supply your own headphones and one Hard-Drive.
  • Students applying for Diploma & BA Programmes must be a minimum of 17 years of age at the time of registration. Students applying for our short intro courses must be a minimum of 16 years of age at the time of registration.
  • You consent to your image being used for the purposes of Google Classroom.
  • If you are under the age of 18 you need to have a parent or guardian also sign below.


  • Disrupt or interfere with the education or learning of fellow students.
  • Ignore any regulations intended to ensure Health & Safety.
  • Behave in a racist, sexist or discriminatory manner.
  • Cause malicious damage to, or theft of, the property of other students, staff, visitors, or the College.
  • Intimidate, bully or cause physical harm to others.
  • Gain unauthorised access to, or make modification to, College files or computer materials.
  • Submit materials or work for assessment which has not been made or authored by the individual.
  • Consume or possess toxic, dangerous or controlled substances.
  • Enter any part of the College to which the student is not entitled to access.
  • Failure to meet agreed payment terms


The information in this website is intended as a general guide to the courses and facilities of Pulse College.

Although the information provided is believed to be correct, the College reserves the right to make changes to the content or delivery of courses, or the facilities and resources which support them. The website is intended as a guide and does not form any part of any contract between Pulse College and the student.

The College will endeavour to run all courses as advertised. However, we reserve the right to cancel courses which do not attract sufficient numbers. In this unlikely event, students who have enrolled will be offered the option to transfer to another suitable programme or entitled to a full refund.  Pulse College also reserves the right to re-schedule the start dates of all courses and if necessary, to vary the content, delivery and facilities.

The College reserves the right to require any student whose academic progress is unsatisfactory or who fails in an examination to withdraw from the College.