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F.A.Qs – Registration and Enrolment


1. Can I transfer prior college credit to the Chartered Attitude and Behaviour Program?


Yes. As part of the admission process, we will evaluate your prior academic work and award credit earned at appropriately accredited colleges or universities.

2. Do I have to complete a degree before I can start a Chartered Attitude and Behaviour program?


No. You can enroll in an Chartered Attitude and Behaviour at HBA if you meet all of our admission requirements, even if you have never attended a college or university before.

3. What if English isn’t my first language?


As a WGU student, you will be expected to communicate clearly in writing and during conversations with your mentor and HBA staff. If English is not your native language, you will need to submit proof of a qualifying score on the internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language Test (IELTS/TOEFL). HBA requires a qualifying score of 500 (or higher) for TOEFL or 5.5 for IELTS or higher. Consult our enrolment counsellor to get additional information. If you do not have TOEFL or IELTS, you are required to write an essay of 200 words to prove your proficiency in English.

4. Do I have to pay the application fee to be admitted?


Yes. You need to pay £30 as the processing fees. You may consult to an  without paying the application fee, but the fee must be paid before you can be admitted. The application fee helps defray our costs associated with admissions, transcript collection, enrolling students, etc. Note: It is against federal regulations to use financial aid for an application fee.

5. Do I get Financial Aid?


Human Behaviour Academy is a non profit organisation and we provide scholarship and assistantship for outstanding candidates. You need to apply in the system to get scholarship for your studies. You can only apply for the scholarship once you have completed a minimum of one module.

6. How much will a degree from Human Behaviour Academy cost me?


You’ll find the affordable cost per credit hour is much less than most traditional private universities and colleges, whether on campus or online.

Learn more about Certification Fees.

7. What is the drop/withdrawal policy?


You have 48 hours from the time of enrolment in which to view the course online and ensure that the course meets your requirements. Should you wish to cancel within this time frame, provided that you have not accessed more than 1 module of the course, you may do so by contacting our Student Services Department at Eligible cancellations received during this time will be refunded; however, a cancellation fee of £15 will be withheld to cover administration costs.