The Student Referral Scheme provides an incentive to former and current students at Fairfield School of Business (FSB) and their Alumni to refer their friends, family, and colleagues to study at FSB.
Referral Scheme Process:
Making a referral is simple and can be achieved by following the below steps:
- Referrers must inform their friends, colleagues, or family members of FSB and share the course details with them.
- Referrals must be logged within 6 months from when the 1st Semester ends.
- Referrers must ask friends, colleagues, or family members to complete the School’s application form which can be found at: https://online.fairfield.ac
- Referred Students will be contacted by the Admissions team to complete the Admissions processes.
Referal Scheme Policy
Terms and Conditions:
- The Referral Scheme entitles you to £500 per referral payable either as a cash payment via bank transfer or an Amazon voucher. This amount is not negotiable.
- The scheme is open to current students, graduates, and prospective students of FSB only.
- This scheme is not open to FSB’s employees or their immediate families.
- The “referrer” must be a current or former student of FSB with no outstanding course fees.
- Fairfield School of Business (FSB) only permits a maximum of ten successful referrals per intake.
- The “referrer” will only receive payment for each new student referred, provided that:
- The “referrer” name and Student ID number be included in the “Referred Student” application form.
- FSB must have received the first payment of fees from the “Referred Student”
- The “Referred Student” is fully registered in the program and has completed their first semester.
- The “referrer” has successfully completed the claim form.
- At the end of the first academic term/semester, the referred student must not be indebted to FSB in any way whatsoever or subject to disciplinary procedure(s) including academic matters.
- FSB expects that all referrers conduct themselves in an honest and respectful manner to FSB staff. Any “referrer” found to not do this may be excluded from the scheme resulting in no payments being made.