Cebu International Academy

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ADMISSION

TUITION FEE


FEE

Unit: dollars
Course Dormitory 4weeks Enrollment
Fee
1week 2week 3week 4week 8week 12week 16week 20week 24week
Tuition Fee Dormitory+
Meal Fee
Power ESL Regular Premium Single 800 1300 100 940 1,360 1,780 2,200 4,300 6,400 8,500 10,600 12,700
Standard Single 1200 900 1,300 1,700 2,100 4,100 6,100 8,100 10,100 12,100
Double 900 780 1,120 1,460 1,800 3,500 5,200 6,900 8,600 10,300
Triple 800 740 1,060 1,380 1,700 3,300 4,900 6,500 8,100 9,700
Quad 700 700 1,000 1,300 1,600 3,100 4,600 6,100 7,600 9,100
Intensive Premium Single 900 1300 100 980 1,420 1,860 2,300 4,500 6,700 8,900 11,100 13,300
Standard Single 1200 940 1,360 1,780 2,200 4,300 6,400 8,500 10,600 12,700
Double 900 820 1,180 1,540 1,900 3,700 5,500 7,300 9,100 10,900
Triple 800 780 1,120 1,460 1,800 3,500 5,200 6,900 8,600 10,300
Quad 700 740 1,060 1,380 1,700 3,300 4,900 6,500 8,100 9,700
Power Premium Single 1000 1300 100 1,020 1,480 1,940 2,400 4,700 7,000 9,300 11,600 13,900
Standard Single 1200 980 1,420 1,860 2,300 4,500 6,700 8,900 11,100 13,300
Double 900 860 1,240 1,620 2,000 3,900 5,800 7,700 9,600 11,500
Triple 800 820 1,180 1,540 1,900 3,700 5,500 7,300 9,100 10,900
Quad 700 780 1,120 1,460 1,800 3,500 5,200 6,900 8,600 10,300
Special ESL Working Holiday Premium Single 850 1300 100 2,250
Standard Single 1200 2,150
Double 900 1,850
Triple 800 1,750
Quad 700 1,650
TOEIC Pre TOEIC Premium Single 950 1300 100 2,350 4,600 6,850
Standard Single 1200 2,250 4,400 6,550
Double 900 1,950 3,800 5,650
Triple 800 1,850 3,600 5,350
Quad 700 1,750 3,400 5,050
TOEIC Regular / Guarantee Premium Single 950 1300 100 6,850
Standard Single 1200 6,550
Double 900 5,650
Triple 800 5,350
Quad 700 5,050
IELTS Pre IELTS Premium Single 1000 1300 100 2,400 4,700 7,000
Standard Single 1200 2,300 4,500 6,700
Double 900 2,000 3,900 5,800
Triple 800 1,900 3,700 5,500
Quad 700 1,800 3,500 5,200
IELTS Regular / Guarantee Premium Single 1000 1300 100 7,000
Standard Single 1200 6,700
Double 900 5,800
Triple 800 5,500
Quad 700 5,200
BUSINESS Business ESL Premium Single 950 1300 100 2,350 4,600
Standard Single 1200 2,250 4,400
Double 900 1,950 3,800
Triple 800 1,850 3,600
Quad 700 1,750 3,400
FAMILY & JUNIOR Family & Junior Premium Single 1000 1300 100 2,400 4,700 7,000
Standard Single 1200 2,300 4,500 6,700
Double 900 2,000 3,900 5,800
Triple 800 1,900 3,700 5,500
Quad 700 1,800 3,500 5,200

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NATIONAL RATIO


SCHEDULE


REGISTRATION PROCEDURE


01. Passport Preparation
Upon entering the Philippines, a passports of at least six months of validity after arrival is required.
※Please make sure to check it before departure.

02. Departure and Starting Date
Enrollment is on a weekly basis. Since the usual check- in is on Sunday, and Saturday is check - out, students are advised to determine their starting date at the end of the week. Students take the entrance test on Monday, and have the graduation day on Friday.

03. Registration Process
Application through Agencies: Please apply through certified education agencies. Registration will include a completed form and a deposit. ※ Click here for a list of reliable specialized on study abroad agencies.

04. Invoice Issuance
Once you have completed your application, you will be issued an invoice (expenses including tuition , lodging fees and extra charges ) from the agency.

05. Booking Airline Tickets
Airline Reservations: Tickets can be purchased through travel agents and/or cheap ticket agencies.
※Upon entering the Philippines, it’s a requirement to have a return ticket / a departure ticket from the Philippines to a third country.
※It’s not advised to have one-way ticket because this is most likely going to result in ‘denied entry’. Please inform the education agency the moment ticket bookings are done.

06. Study Abroad Fee
Please pay the cost of studying abroad at least 4 weeks prior to the scheduled date of departure.

07.International students travel insurance
Travel insurance is important if you want to make sure you’ll be able to afford medical care when you’re abroad. Although prices are cheaper in the Philippines compared to home country, the cost of medical care for foreigners is high. Please do not overestimate your physical strength overseas, and be sure to get an insurance policy.

08. Preparation of Belongings
Preparation of belongings, please refer to "Belongings Preparation Page".

09. Departure
Students travelling internationally must arrive at the airport two hours prior to flight departure.

10. Airport Pickup
Upon arrival at Cebu International Airport, a school staff is there to pick you up. Ensure that all baggage is collected before meeting with our staff.

11. Placement Test
Upon entering the Philippines, a passports of at least six months of validity after arrival is required.
※Please make sure to check it before departure.

12. Student orientation
On the same day, students will have an orientation about the school information, classes, procedures, and among others. Students will also be informed on the school policies and consequences if students fail to comply.

13. Start Date of Classes
The class will start from the day after the orientation!

GENERAL POLICIES


Article 1: Statement of the Purpose

The policies and regulations of Cebu International Academy (CIA) are strictly implemented and imposed to ensure the success and safety of its students.

Article 2: Student's Obligations

Students enrolled at CIA must:
  1. Attend their scheduled classes and fulfill course requirements, such as daily tests, mock tests, and progress and graduation tests. Their participation in extracurricular activities is optional unless it is required for the completion of the course.
  2. Follow the policies of the school and observe its regulations at all times to the best of their ability.
  3. Pay attention to the notices and postings on the bulletin board for any reminder, warning, or an important information.
  4. Abide by the non-discrimination policy on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, or sexual orientation. They must respect the teachers and classmates especially in group classes.
  5. Comply with the instructions given by the Management. Any willful act of disobedience can lead to serious consequences, including expulsion.

Article 3: Changes in Curriculum and Other School-Related Matters

The curriculum, course programs, class schedule (e.g., a student's starting date), and the policies and regulations of the school may change at any time that the Management deems necessary with or without prior notice.

Article 4: Schedule

A regular student's schedule is composed of ten (10) periods. It is filled with man-to-man and group classes plus self-study and self-writing times. All classes are regularly held on weekdays. On Mondays through Thursdays a class lasts for fifty (50) minutes; on Fridays it lasts for forty-five (45) minutes. Students are encouraged to join the speech and writing contests that are held on Fridays after the tenth period.

DAILY TEST
Students who achieved the required minimum score in the daily test on a given day are allowed to go out of the campus after class hours on the same day. Also, those who have gained the required minimum number of points in all the tests given from Monday to Thursday are allowed to go out of the campus the next weekend. However, any student who has no valid reason for not taking the daily test, and who has caught cheating during the test gets a zero score. Also, he/she is not allowed to leave the campus after class hours on that day. His/her name will be on the list of students who are not allowed to go out for the day, which is posted on the bulletin board after 3pmdaily. However, the list of student who are restricted from going next weekend is posted every Tuesday after 3pm.

Article 5: Philippine Holidays

Class schedules are subject to Philippine National Holidays, regular or special. During these holidays there are no classes at CIA. Also, no makeup classes will be held.

The following are regular holidays:

1 New Year's Day - January 1 7. Independence Day - June 12
2. Maundy Thursday - March/April 8. National Heroes Day - August
3. Good Friday - March/April 9. Eidul Adha - Irregular date
4. Day of Valor - April 9 10. Bonifacio Day - November 30
5. Labor Day - May 1 11. Christmas Day - December 25
6. Eidul Fitr - irregular date 12. Rizal Day - December 30
Religious holidays, which have irregular dates, are determined by religious calendar. Also, special holidays, which are declared by the Philippine government, have irregular dates. Students are then advised to check the bulletin board for announcements concerning those holidays.

Article 6: Attendance Management

The Management constantly monitors a student's attendance. Checkers visit each classroom to record both the student's and teacher's attendance. An overall percentage is generated periodically for other purposes such as monitoring Guarantee Course students' performance and giving of priority numbers to change class.

Section 1: Absence with Permission
  1. In case of unavoidable circumstances, a student must fill out an absence form signed by an international manager. Once an absence form has been approved, students could no longer attend the classes.
  2. A sick student who is unable to attend any of his/her classes should inform the main office and fill out an absence form. With permission, the student can go to the hospital for consultation or checkup. He/she should get a medical certificate as proof of his/her absence. Students may file the absence form on the following days and time
  3. Day Filing Time Absences for
    Monday ~ Thursday 07:20 ~ 07:50 Morning or Whole day Absences
    12:30 ~ 13:20 Afternoon Absences
    Friday 07:20 ~ 07:50 Morning or Whole day Absences
    12:00 ~ 12:55 Afternoon Absences
  4. For leaving students, a Free-day may be requested. Once this form has been approved,students could no longer attend all of the classes indicated on the request.
Section 2: Absences without Permission
  1. A student who shows up to class 10 minutes after the bell is marked absent.
  2. A student who is absent from his/her classes without permission is marked absent. He/she will be penalized for such absence.
  3. A student who has been absent from the same class for a week will be removed from it.
  4. A student who has more than five (5) absences in a week is not allowed to go out of the campus the next weekend.
  5. A student who has excessive absences or with overall attendance of 50% below will be expelled from the school.

All time records are based on the electronic clock in the front of the Main Office.
Note: CIA will not be liable for any incident that occur while the student is absent (with or without exemptions).

Article 7: Teacher's Absence

In case a teacher is absent, a substitute teacher will conduct the class. If a substitute teacher is not available, the absent teacher will hold a make-up class for the student. However, there will be no make-up classes for students who are absent from his/her classes on a given day.

Article 8: Curfew

All CIA students are expected to comply with the curfew rules without exemptions.
CITY CAMPUS
DAYS CLOSING TIME
Sunday ~ Thursday The gate closes at exactly 22:00
Friday, Saturday, a day before holiday The gate closes at exactly 00:00
MACTAN CAMPUS
DAYS CLOSING TIME
Wednesday, Sunday 22:00
Friday, Saturday, a day before holiday 00:00
  • All students must take the daily test in the morning, failure to do so is prohibited from going out in the evening.
  • Gates will be closed at the exact curfew time.
  • Students are not allowed to go out during Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. (Mactan Campus only)

For more information about Philippine holidays, refer to Article 5. The gate closes at the start of curfew. Once inside the school campus, the student is not allowed to go out anymore. Any student who breaks curfew receives ten (10) demerit points. (Insisting on Entering the Campus Dormitory on within curfew hours (i.e. 12MN-6AM) will result in additional 5 demerit points).

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