Terms and Conditions

  • The student has a responsibility to begin and end classes on their previously specified dates. These may have been specified in writing, in an email, or in some cases verbally.
  • Any modifications to the student’s program, such as an extension or a cancellation of classes, altering a start date, or any other schedule changes are expected to be communicated in a timely manner. Noncompliance may result in the cancellation of the student’s program, or the application of an administrative fee.
  • The student understands that each course has a set schedule and number of hours provided by the school. This cannot be modified in anyway.  The student may not change their previously agreed upon course type (i.e. group to private lessons) unless the school administrators feel it is appropriate for the student’s learning.
  • If the student wishes to move to a class of a different level, a switch will only be allowed if the assigned teacher is in agreement with the Spanish abilities of the student and, in some cases, the student must successfully complete a level exam.
  • The student must act in a respectful and professional manner toward all school employees and other students. This comportment includes attending class fully dressed and wearing shoes, not eating in the classroom, not being under the influence of drugs or alcohol, not using the cell phone in class, respecting the academic opinion of all school employees, completing assigned homework and participating in classroom activities.
  • Íbero has the responsibility to accurately and completely explain programs, prices, and methods of payment to the student. This explanation includes all information on the website, emails between the student and Íbero, verbal communication, and posted notifications within the school building.
  • All Spanish group classes will have a minimum of three students each. If, for any reason, this minimum cannot be reached, Íbero has the right to modify the class hours.  Students in a group class of only one or two will be provided with an academically equivalent structure of one and a half hours of instruction.
  • Íbero is not responsible for any external damages or liabilities suffered by the student off of school premises; this includes any aspect of any housing accommodation arranged by the student in Buenos Aires. All recommendations provided by Íbero with respect to accommodation, living in the city, activities, etc., are provided with purely academic and benevolent interest in the student.
  • Íbero is not responsible for any external damages or liabilities suffered by the student off of school premises; this includes any aspect of any housing accommodation arranged by the student in Buenos Aires. All recommendations provided by Íbero with respect to accommodation, living in the city, activities, etc., are provided with purely academic and benevolent interest in the student.
  • If a student is absent due to illness they will not receive a refund for their program. If a student is absent from class due to other personal reasons and fails to inform the school in a timely manner (at least one week beforehand) they will not receive a refund for their program.  Íbero has a no refund policy.
  • Each original Íbero textbook is the sole property of the individual who purchased the book, and this material is to be used only for the academic course for which it was created. The textbook is personal and non-transferable, just like Íbero´s classes, and it is prohibited to lend, gift or photocopy the Íbero textbook.