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Terms & Conditions of Enrollment

Admissions & Application Process Verification

Terms & Conditions of Enrollment

Admissions & Application Process Verification

Students must be accepted by Aeronai School of Aviation before signing an Enrollment Agreement with ASA. To have been accepted, the student must have completed all steps and requirements within the admissions and application process. Students must be issued an official Acceptance Letter before completing the Enrollment Agreement process.

Student Identification Verification Policy

ASA adheres to a Student Identification Verification policy in compliance with regulations that require verification of a student’s identity within a distance education course or program. ASA has established processes to verify that a student registered in a course or program is the same student who participates in and completes the course or program and receives a certificate of completion. The Student Identification Verification policy is applicable to all Aeronai School of Aviation students from the application for admissions stage, throughout the program through graduation, and transfer or withdrawal from Aeronai School of Aviation.

The methods used by Aeronai School of Aviation to verify the identity of students enrolled in the distance education programs included but are not limited to the following:

A. Identification by Documents

Copy of Passport in color and Government-Issued Photo Identification card or document in color. Students must submit these documents in accordance to Aeronai School of Aviation’s admissions policies and requirements. ASA reserves the right to request additional sources of identification as described in our admissions policies and requirements.

B. Individual: Student ID, Email, and Secure Login and Passcode

Students are assigned a student identification number, ASA email, and a secure login and initial password once enrolled at ASA. Upon initial login the student will be required to provide a unique password for security purposes. These assigned identifiers are used to access ASA’s learning management system (LMS), where students complete assignments and coursework. Students also have access to a personal student account, ASA’s student information system (SIS), to access only their grades and attendance records. Any misuse of accounts (including: sharing account information with another individual, attempting to obtain or obtaining an account for malicious use, and false identification or attempted false identification) shall be cause for immediate disciplinary action as listed in the Student Catalog.

C. Identification by Instructor

Instructors will verify student identity on the first day of instruction using the photo and name on the identification provided at the time of admissions and enrollment.

D. Proctored Examinations

Student identity is periodically verified through the use of proctored examinations. Students are required to provide their full name, date of birth, and student identification number prior to taking the examination.

Pre-Enrollment Disclosures

Before signing an Enrollment Agreement, the student must receive the following information and understand all terms and conditions associated with enrollment at Aeronai School of Aviation. The student should receive: description of programs and courses, admissions and enrollment policies, tuition and course fees information, cancellation, withdrawal, and refund information, example of tuition refund amount, and services provided by ASA.

Enrollment Agreement for Educational Services

The Campus Enrollment Agreement is an agreement for educational services provided by ASA. A student shall enroll solely by means of executing an enrollment agreement. In order to maintain enrollment, the enrollment agreement shall be signed by the student and by an authorized employee of the Aeronai School of Aviation. The enrollment agreement is legally binding when signed by the student and accepted by the institution.

Tuition & Fees Payment Policy

After a student register for classes, a Student Account Invoice will be generated and given to the student for payment. Fees and tuition can be paid in cash, by money order, personal check, bank transfer or credit card. All tuition payments must be received before the start of the session in order to reserve a student’s seat. All additional course fees must be paid before a student can attend class.

If ASA does not receive payment before the start of the session (if the student is not on a payment plan) the student’s seat will be canceled and the program start date will be changed to the next available session.

All students have the option to apply for the Discount Scholarship. Students who prepay for three sessions or more will be able to receive a discount on tuition fees. Students can apply for a Discount Scholarship through the Admissions office.

Non-Refundable Fees

Students are required to pay the N3500 application fee for programs and course fee is dependent on the program a student is interested in.

Cabin crew Initial is N150, 000

Advance Qualification for Cabin Crew is N250, 000 (Comprises of Airline Customer Service and Aviation Management)

Flight Dispatch Basic is N250, 000

Flight Dispatch Advance is N350, 000

Other air transport courses are 65,000 for certificate programs and 150,000 for Advance diploma program.

Registration fee for English Language Programs; totaling $200.00 for the English Language Programs and $50 for the test preparation courses. These fees are non-refundable, unless the cancellation is made within the 5-day cancellation period.

Scholarships, Discounts, and Loans

Scholarships/Discounts- are available for qualified candidates. Students will have to schedule a meeting with the President of ASA. For more details, you can contact the Admissions Office at or inquire@

If a sponsor is paying on a student’s behalf, that student must present information from the sponsor in the form of a Financial Letter of Guarantee. If a student is on a financial scholarship from his or her government, he or she should make sure the expiration date is valid through the end of the program date.

Students who are on a scholarship and decide to withdraw during the session will be responsible for satisfying any balance that is remaining. Also, if students miss class for travel during a session they will have to pay ASA in advance for the days that will be missed.

For those students who are on a scholarship their progress will be closely monitored and reported to their sponsor during the entire length of their study at ASA.

Scholarship students are responsible for knowing and following any additional requirements imposed by their sponsors.

Loans- If you, as a student at ASA, obtain a loan to pay for our program, you will have to repay the full amount of the loan plus interest, less the amount of any refund. If you receive federal student financial aid funds, you are entitled to a refund of the money not paid from federal financial aid funds.

If the student defaults on a federal or state loan, both the following may occur:

The federal or state government or a loan guarantee agency may take action against the student, including applying any income tax refund to which the person is entitled to reduce the balance owed on the loan.
The student may not be eligible for any other federal student financial aid at another institution or other government financial assistance until the loan is repaid.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

A student has the right to withdraw from or request a course or program cancellation at any time. All withdrawals and cancellation requests must be submitted through the Student Services Office by using a withdrawal and cancellation form; this form can be submitted through:

Email to or
Mailed to Aeronai School of Aviation’s office at 52 Shabby Apo shopping complex, opposite nepa office sub-station old karu road, Nasarawa state.
If a student chooses to withdraw from a course or program, the student is responsible for adhering to Aeronai School of Aviation’s policies and procedures regarding withdrawal and cancellation and there’s no refund after payment.

Cancellation Period & Withdrawal Policy

Aeronai School of Aviation provides a five (5) day cancellation period from the time an enrollment agreement is signed by a student to enroll in a course or program. If a student makes the decision to cancel or withdraw from his or her course or program and notifies Aeronai School of Aviation within five (5) days of signing the enrollment agreement, Aeronai School of Aviation will provide the student a full refund. If a student makes the decision to cancel or withdraw from his or her course or program after the five (5) day cancellation period and before completing the first week of session, the student will receive a full refund except for the Application/Registration Fee.

For ASA purposes, students are considered “withdrawn” when the student submits formally in writing a withdrawal notification and when ASA terminates the enrollment of a student.

Tuition Based Refund Policy

A student who has completed more than four (4) weeks of a course of instruction is not entitled to a refund for tuition or other itemized charges. If a student has completed four (4) weeks or less of a course of instruction, he or she is entitled to a prorated refund based on the unused portion of tuition and other itemized charges. If the student cancels or withdraws from a course or program after the cancellation period and after having signed the enrollment agreement, the student is obligated to pay for instructional services rendered and the nonrefundable Application/Registration Fee.

Aeronai School of Aviation will issue the refund entitled to the student within thirty (30) days of the withdrawal or cancellation notice. Students are not required to return any materials received during the program unless specifically notified.

Late Registration Fee & Enrollment

There is a 10,000 fee for any late registration (if student does not pay tuition before the first day of class). Any request for late registration requires the approval of the Program Director.

ASA has an open enrollment that allows students to join class sessions in progress. However, students that enroll late are likely to not progress to the next level at the end of the session.

If a student begins attending classes late, absences from class will begin accruing from the first day that classes are scheduled to start. A student is considered late any day after the first day of scheduled classes. Absences for ASA’s academic attendance policy will begin to be counted from the first day classes are held in a session. ASA does not accept excuses for any reason for academic attendance. Students can miss a total of 40 hours of class without jeopardizing their Academic status. Passing a level at ASA requires a grade of 80 or higher and satisfaction of the academic attendance requirements.

Note: Students who begin a class session 8 or more days late will very likely need to repeat the class they are currently assigned to. This is because the students have already missed a substantial amount of instruction in class and the students are beginning the term with a high number of absences already on their record. Any exceptions to this will be identified by the teacher, based on student grades and class performance.

Students who join ASA but do not begin classes on the first day of a term are required to go through the standard procedures which every new student undergoes.


Aeronai School of Aviation adheres to ethical and sound business practices. The collection of all tuition and student fees is conducted fairly and considers the rights of all parties. The collection of all monies owed to ASA by students for initial enrollment and continued enrollment is done according to session schedules and payment plans as outlined in admissions policies and procedures.

Obligation of Student Enrolled at ASA

The student is expected and required to meet all admissions requirements before signing an enrollment agreement, meet all financial obligations within the enrollment agreement, and follow cancelation and withdrawal procedures as applicable. The school adheres to confidentiality policies and respects the student’s rights and privacy. Aeronai School of Aviation will provide all services listed in the Student Catalog, as outlined on our website, and required of the enrollment agreement. ASA will maintain all records of the student as outlined in ASA’s retention policy, and will provide a certificate of program completion and official transcript upon graduation.

Student Academy Integrity

Students are expected to act in accordance with ethical practices, academic honesty, and with high academic standards. A student makes the commitment to act with integrity and abstain from falsification in regards to plagiarism, cheating, and preforming acts of academic dishonesty when they enroll at Aeronai School of Aviation. Students who are found in violation will immediately receive disciplinary action as listed in the Student Catalog.

Notice Concerning Transferability & Credentials Earned

Acceptance of a Program Graduation Certificate you earn in one of ASA’s English Language Programs is at the complete discretion of the institution to which you may seek to transfer. If the English Language Program Graduation Certificate that you earn at Aeronai School of Aviation is not accepted at the institution to which you seek to transfer, you may be required to repeat some or all of your coursework at that institution. For this reason, you should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which you may seek to transfer after attending Aeronai School of Aviation to determine if your English Language Program Graduation Certificate will transfer.

Complaint Policy

If a student has a complaint or grievance towards Aeronai School of Aviation, he or she must submit a “Formal Student Complaint Form” in full. The Student Complaint Advisor or designated Student Services staff member will initiate an investigation to assess the student’s grievance or complaint. The Program Director is the final authority on all academic matters and the President or Branch Manager is the final authority on all additional matters. The process of completing an investigation and communicating final findings and course of action to the student is no more than 10 business days from the submission of the complaint or grievance.

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