The Rules and Regulation of the E-polyglots language school


General Provisions


  1. These Rules and Regulations govern the rules of organizatio of classes in the E-polyglots School of Languages.
  2. The E-polyglots Language School is owned by E-kaliteri LTD based in the UK, at Unit 4E, Enterprise Court, Farfield Park, Rotherham, S63 5DB, represented by the Director Iwona Dembowska.
  3. These Regulations apply to group courses organised by the E-polyglots School.
  4. The E-polyglots School organises courses with due attention to course quality and effectiveness.
  5. The School’s students have the right to raise objections or make proposals concerning the operation of the School and the manner in which the course is conducted. School management is obliged to consider all requests and complaints without undue delay and in the case of their legitimacy to take appropriate steps and actions.


Payment Policy/group courses


  1. In order to start the course it is required for 3 or more people per course to apply and make the payment.
  2. The duration of the group lessons is a multiple of 60 minutes and the number of units is determined before starting the course.
  3. Price per hour depends on the number of people in the group and is as follows:


  • Group of 3 to 6 people – 27 PLN for 60 minutes per person
  • Group of 7 to 10 people- 23 PLN for 60 minutes per person

Other cities (Poznań, Łódź, Gdańsk, Wrocław, Kraków);

  • Group of 3 to 6 people – 25 PLN for 60 minutes per person
  • Group of 7 to 10 people- 21 PLN for 60 minutes per person.


  1. Students are required to make timely payments for the course according to the schedule attached to this agreement.
  2. Students pay in advance for group courses.
  3. Lack of timely payment for group courses within the prescribed period may cause the suspension. of classes until payment for the course is made by all the paricipants.
  4. If a student joins the course during a month, they pay a fee for all the lessons which will be held in that month from the beginning of the course.
  5. In the case of group courses, if a student is not present in the classroom during a lesson they paid for in advance, they cannot receive a refund. A long illness of the student will be considered a special case.
  6. In the case of absence from classes the teacher can-at the student’s request- send them the materials used in the classroom via e-mail.
  7. The price does not include textbooks.
  8. The teacher will send teaching materials via e-mail, to be printed individually by each student.
  9. VAT invoices for payment for group courses are issued for the amount of payment at the request of the student.
  10. The student pays for courses via transfer to the following account:


number of ING PLN account





United Kingdom

transfer title: “language level name,” i.e. greek A1 John Smith.


  1. If the number of students in a group after the start of the course is reduced by even one person, the school reserves the right to”
  2. change the hourly rate to one adequate for the number of people in the group
  3. require an additional fee after informing the students and obtaining their consent
  4. search for a new student to replace the person who resigned
  5. join together two or more groups of similar level
  6. dissolve the group.
  7. In the case of a definitive dissolution of the group, the Students receive a refund for any unused part of the course.
  8. The student has the right to give up classes – maintaining a one month period to terminate the agreement – by sending a signed resignation email. Resignation may increase the hourly rate for the rest of the group.
  9. The duration of study is non-standard and depends on the decision of the group members.
  10. Students have a right, in specific cases, to postpone a class. In this case, the consent of the teacher and the majority is required, as well as a date when the classroom is available.
  11. In special cases, the School has the right to change the course teacher.
  12. The student is obliged to actively participate in classes, follow the recommendations of the teacher and not to obstruct the other students’ participation in classes.
  13. The student has a right to express an opinion concerning the course via e-mail to the following address:
  14. Discounts and rebates cannot be combined.

Final provisions

  1. The Data Administrator is the E-polyglots Language School.
  2. Collection and processing of the personal data of the students will be carried out in accordance with The Act of 29 August 1997 on the Protection of Personal Data (unified text: Journal of Laws of 2014, item 1182 with amendments).
  3. The E-polyglots Language School collects and processes the following personal data: name, phone number, e-mail, address and Social Security number.
  4. The data is collected and process in orded to conclude, shape the content, change and properly implement the agreement to hold a language course, as well as for thir own marketing purposes and statistics.
  5. Students have the right to access personal data and correct it.
  6. In cases not covered by this agreement, relevant provisions of the law will apply, including in particular the provisions of the English law.
  7. The E-polyglots Language School reserves the right to make changes to these Regulations. Students are notified of changes via e-mail one month in advance.
  8. Terms valid from 28 May 2014.