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Domestic first year students who have applied to the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) for an offer to study at Edith Cowan University (ECU) including WAPPA (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts) in the 2013 year (ECU Offer) are eligible for the First Year Exemption (Eligible Resident). If you are an Eligible Resident you can apply and if accepted by Village management, you can enter into a Residential Agreement at ECU Village before receiving and accepting an ECU Offer with the knowledge that you can terminate your Residential Agreement with limited liability under the First Year Exemption.
First Year Exemption explained; Domestic first year students proposing to study in Western Australia do not usually receive an offer from TISC until January of the intended year of study. If you are an Eligible Resident and enter into a Residential Agreement at ECU Village for the 2013 year commencing 28 January 2013 and you:
1. are notified by TISC that you have not received a ECU Offer (ECU Letter of Rejection must be provided); or
2. you receive an ECU Offer from TISC however elect not to accept the ECU Offer,
you must notify Village management of this in writing within 3 working days of you being notified by TISC of you electing not to accept the ECU Offer, as applicable (Resident Notification).
If you are residing in the Village, you must vacate your residence within 48 hours of providing the Resident Notification to Village management. In this instance, this will incur a cancellation fee.
If you comply with all of the above terms, your liability under the Residential Agreement will be limited to the Residential Fees and other charges payable under the Residential Agreement from 28 January 2013 to the date Village management receives the Resident Notification from you (First Year Exemption). A cancellation fee may be applicable.
If you do not comply with the abovementioned terms, the First Year Exemption will not apply and you will be liable for all Residential Fees and other charges payable under the Residential Agreement.