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In case of applying to Ivy League (USA), MIT, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge, NUS and TUM UniPage services will cost 1,553 USD (for each university).
After assessing the student’s profile, the Contractor personally makes the decision to apply or not apply for a scholarship at the chosen educational institution. While evaluating the Applicant’s chances, the Contractor considers several criteria: academic performance, language proficiency, high scores in specific exams, participation in competitions, achievements in sports or art, scientific publications, proactive position in life, leader’s qualities etc.
This service is provided within the "Complete guidance" package without extra pay.
Any additional documents required for the scholarship, except for the application form, are paid for normally. Alternatively, the Customer can prepare these documents on their own.
Service conditions: if a scholarship is granted, the Customer agrees to compensate the Contractor for an amount equal to 15% of the money they will receive through the scholarship or to 15% of the discount they will receive for the first academic year. This compensation has to be provided within the first 30 days of acquiring the student’s visa.
I agree to apply for a scholarship and agree to compensate UniPage if I obtain a scholarship___(signed by the Customer). The Customer can refuse to apply by not leaving their signature in the blank space above.
Depending on the date of contacting UniPage, the terms for provision of services can vary from 4 weeks (at least 22 working days) to the deadline for submitting documents/receiving an invitation from an educational institution.
If you contact the company less than 4 weeks (less than 22 working days) before the deadline for submission of documents, the submission is considered urgent and the cost of services increases by 50%.
Services are considered to have been provided in full after the formation of a complete package of documents for the university, its submission online and/or sending a physical copy of the documents to the university (depending on the requirements of the university) and receiving an official response from the university.
The Contractor controls the receipt of an invitation from the university. In case of receiving a conditional offer (conditional admission), they inform the Customer of the list of additional requested documents and conditions and deadlines for their submission to the university. The Contractor controls the receipt of the unconditional offer (unconditional admission) and sends it to the Customer.
After receiving an offer for conditional or unconditional admission, the Contractor provides the Customer with access to the email used for tracking letters from the university, in order to allow the Customer to timely register for any events of the university.
What the Customer (applicant) does themself:
The cost of full support depends on the selected number of academic programs for which the Customer submits documents. In case of submission for 2 specialties in one university, it is considered a submission of two packages of documents and charged accordingly as for 2 academic programs by the UniPage price list.
The service of "Complete guidance in the admission process" does not include the selection/search for housing.
If the educational institution or its partner organizations provide student residences and other accommodation options, you can contact UniPage for assistance in filling out the necessary application forms.
The cost of this service starts from 259 USD. It includes the assessment of accommodation in one (1) educational institution.
Can you do it all by yourself? Perhaps, but can you do it as quickly and efficiently as we do?
Let's look at an example — admission to any of the top-50 American universities. The average competition in such educational institutions is 7-15%, so roughly 7-15 people apply for one place, and the competition for a scholarship is many times higher. Remember, the best students from all over the world are competing, including the Americans themselves, for whom English is their first language. And for such exams as SAT or ACT, they prepare throughout their studies in high school.
We know what a successful set of documents looks like, as we have helped hundreds of applicants to enter the best universities in the world, and we will be able to create one for you.
Complete guidance in the admission process includes:
1.1. Parties use the following basic terms for goals and purposes stated by this agreement:
1.1.1. www.unipage.net – UniPage official website (hereinafter «Site»)
1.1.2. Account – Customer’s personalized workspace with access closed from third parties, which assumes obligatory registration on the Site and receipt of the account details (hereinafter «Account»).
1.1.3. Services – informational, consultation and other services, provided by the UniPage company and listed on the Site in the «Services» section at www.unipage.net/en/services.
1.1.4. Customer – an individual who has appropriately applied for the reception of Services via the form on the Site. If the Customer is not of legal age according to their country of permanent residence’s law, they have to be represented by a parent or other legal representative.
1.1.5. Application – an order for provision of services appropriately placed on the Site.
1.1.6. Mentor – a UniPage specialist who receives and processes the Order. Acts as the coordinator for the Customer in relation to all questions concerning their Order.
2.1. The Contractor provides the Customer with the Services in accordance with the electronic Application.
2.2. The Customer, in their turn, is obliged to fully pay for the Services in accordance with clause 4.3 of this Agreement.
3.1. To use the services of the UniPage Company, the user goes through the registration procedure on the Site. If you lose your password, you must contact the UniPage support service email@example.com or reset your password yourself.
3.2. After passing the registration procedure, the Customer is responsible for the security of their registration data and confirms that all actions performed using this data are performed either by them or with their consent.
3.3. The customer confirms the accuracy of the personal data entered by them into the Account and assumes full responsibility for its accuracy, completeness and reliability.
3.4. Before paying for the service, the Customer sends a request to the appointed Mentor, stating the desired service package and a description of additional information required to perform the service. For example, it could list the search criteria (priority specialization, specific educational institution, country, city, tuition fees, training format, etc.) by which the academic programs should be filtered.
3.5. The contract for the provision of services is considered established from the moment it is signed by the Parties, stamped by the Contractor, paid in full by the Customer and the funds are transferred to the Contractor’s account.
3.6. Services are considered to have been provided properly and in full after the formation of a complete package of documents for the university, its submission online and/or sending a physical copy of the documents to the university (depending on the requirements of the university) and receiving an official response from the university on the results of enrollment in compliance with the conditions of clause 5.2.2. and clause 5.2.3. of this agreement.
3.8. The liability of UniPage can under no circumstances exceed the amount paid by the Customer for the provision of the service.
4.1. After agreeing with the Contractor on the list of services specified in the Application, the Customer is sent an invoice for the provision of services to the email address specified by them during registration.
4.2. The Customer pays the full cost of the Contractor's services under the contract.
4.3. The tariffs listed on the Site at www.unipage.net/en/services are for informational purposes only. Due to additions to the search criteria or changes in the number of edited documents, and other factors, the cost of services may change. The exact cost of services is indicated in the table (on 1 page of the Agreement) in the "Cost of services" field.
4.4. If in the course of work it becomes clear that it is necessary to prepare additional documents that are not included in the basic package of services, the Customer has the right to independently prepare the relevant documents or establish an additional agreement with the Contractor for the provision of additional services.
4.5. Payment is made by transferring funds to the settlement account of the Contractor or by depositing cash to the Contractor's cashier. The payment processing fee, depending on the payment method chosen by them, is paid by the Customer.
4.6. Due to the fact that the terms for processing a payment by various payment systems and banking structures vary, the start of processing the Application may be delayed accordingly.
4.7. Payment obligations are deemed to be duly fulfilled at the moment the payment amount is credited to the Contractor's current account.
4.8. After making a payment, the Customer must notify the Contractor about the transaction by attaching an electronic image of a receipt for payment or a screenshot of the notification about the successful payment for services.
5.1.2. Choose a package of services published on the UniPage Website at www.unipage.net/en/services and send a message to the Mentor with a description of the requested service.
5.1.3. If the Customer has special requirements for the quality and/or composition of the Program, they are obliged to notify the Contractor about this and reflect this in the Request in the "Comments" column. For the provision of services that are not provided by default, an additional fee may be charged, the amount of which is subject to clarification with the Contractor.
5.1.4. Make full payment under this agreement no later than 3 days from the date of signing the agreement.
5.1.5. Timely fill in the information in the Account, as well as provide the Contractor with the documents and information necessary for the provision of the service.
Stages, tasks and their deadlines (admission strategy) are sent to the Customer via email for review and approval. The deadlines can be adjusted by the Customer, of which the Contractor must be informed in written form no later than 2 (two) calendar days after the receipt of the relevant admission strategy. If the Customer fails to provide the adjustments within the specified time period, the strategy is considered agreed upon by the Parties.
All drafts of the documents requested by the Contractor must be provided by the Customer no later than by the deadlines stated in the admission strategy; in form and contents, they must follow the recommendations of the Contractor.
Extension of the time frames specified in the admission strategy is allowed in exceptional cases at the discretion of the Contractor and for no more than 3 (three) calendar days, which is formalized by an additional written agreement with the obligatory submission of a written request to the Contractor's address for such an extension no later than 2 (two ) working days before the agreed deadline.
5.1.6. Provide the Contractor with complete and reliable information about the presence of chronic diseases and other personal information that may be an obstacle to participation in any program in full, or serve as a reason for refusing a visa, or prohibiting from leaving the country.
5.1.7. Send the Contractor a signed original or scanned copy of the Certificate of Acceptance of the Services, or send a reasoned refusal to sign the Certificate, no later than 7 (seven) working days from the date of its receipt from the Contractor.
In the event that the Customer does not send the Contractor the Certificate of Acceptance of the Services signed by them or a reasoned refusal to sign it within the time limits established by this clause, it is considered that the Certificate has been signed by both Parties.
5.1.8. In case of changing the email address or contact phone number during the provision of services, inform the Contractor by sending an appropriate notification by email within 2 (two) business days.
5.1.9. In the case of imposing an intermediary function on the Contractor in terms of transferring tuition fees, all additional costs associated with this operation (purchase of currency, exchange rate differences, bank commissions, etc.) are paid by the Customer.
The Contractor has the right to refuse the intermediary function unconditionally.
5.1.10. personally bear all the auxiliary costs associated with admission (sending documents by courier mail, apostille, translation and notarization services, registration fees, travel for entrance examinations, etc.). The customer is obliged to deal with these issues independently.
The Customer is familiar with the prices for the aforementioned items of expenditure and is aware that the costs referred to in clause 5.1.10. procedures may exceed the amount already paid to the Contractor.
5.1.11. Ensure the legality and correctness of the documents issued by the competent authorities of the Russian Federation and foreign states and provided by the Customer to UniPage. The Customer is fully responsible for the accuracy of these documents. The Contractor does not conduct an examination of such documents.
5.1.12. Study and follow the established immigration rules for entering, staying and leaving the country of study (according to the type of visa required for studying abroad). UniPage is under no circumstances responsible for any violation of the immigration policy of the country of study by the Customer.
5.2.1. Confirm the receipt and review of the Application by sending a notification by mail or phone no later than three business days after the Customer sends the Application.
5.2.2. Perform the entire range of works specified in the description of the service in compliance with terms for the provision of the service.
5.2.3. Provide the Customer with an act of completed work, signed by the Contractor, stating the actual completion of the services by the Contractor in accordance with the Application.
5.2.4. If the Customer paid for the service before receiving the Contractor's consent, and the Customer's request cannot be fulfilled for any reason (lack of suitable programs within the declared budget, overdue application deadlines, etc.), the Contractor is obliged to return to the Customer the full cost of services less transaction costs (in accordance with clause 6.5.).
5.2.5. Offer the Customer alternative options for studying abroad, if the selected programs do not meet the pre-specified selection criteria by Contractor’s mistake.
5.2.6. If errors which caused an official refusal from the educational institution are revealed on the part of the Contractor, offer the Customer a choice of:
5.2.7. Not to disclose confidential information about the Customer and their activities obtained during the provision of services.
5.3.1. Contact the company's management with a request to replace their Mentor with another specialist of the company by sending an official request to the Contractor's email address firstname.lastname@example.org with an objective reason for replacing the specialist.
The Contractor is obliged to assess the request within 5 (five) business days and send the Customer the decision.
5.3.2. If made the decision to terminate the contract, send a request addressed to the General Director to the Contractor's email address explaining the reasons for termination of the contract and a request for compensation of funds minus the part of the package of services that was provided in full.
The Contractor is obliged to review the request and send the Customer a conclusion on compensation within 5 (five) business days.
When calculating, the cost of each individual service is taken (for example, the number of selected programs, editing of each individual document, etc.) according to the price list on the Services page www.unipage.net/en/service_expenses, but not more than the full cost of the contract amount.
5.3.3. Receive commensurate compensation and refunds subject to the restrictions established by this agreement.
5.3.4. Apply for scholarship programs with the help of the Contractor in case of a positive assessment of their chances by the Contractor.
5.3.5. With the consent of the Contractor, which has to be confirmed by an additional agreement, postpone the submission to the next enrollment or to the next academic year.
In this case, at the time of the resumption of work, the Customer is obliged to pay the Contractor 259 USD for the postponement of the submission. If the Contractor needs to re-fill the application form or edit existing documents — pay the cost of this work according to the price list: www.unipage.net/en/service_expenses.
In the event of a change in specialty or programs originally agreed with the Contractor – additionally pay the Contractor for the selection/study of new programs and work arising from the change of direction and necessary for the supervision for new programs.
5.4.1. Independently determine the procedure for performing services under this contract. This means that the Mentor creates a strategy and sets deadlines for the Customer to provide draft versions of application documents.
5.4.2. The Contractor reserves the right to postpone the provision of the service until the receipt of the necessary documents, without which the service cannot be provided in full, from the Customer.
5.4.3. In case of termination of this Agreement on the initiative of the Customer, if the Customer violates the terms established in the receipt strategy or an additional agreement — withhold from the amount of money paid by the Customer a penalty equal to 3% of the total cost of services per each day of delay, but not more than 100% of full cost of services.
5.4.4. Take any action to perform the service on time in accordance with their professional vision and experience.
5.4.5. Decide on the Customer's right to access the student's email. The Contractor's sole right of access to email until the moment of enrollment stems from the full responsibility of the Mentor for receiving and providing timely feedback to educational or visa organizations.
5.4.6. After determining insufficient chances of receiving a scholarship, refuse to submit the Customer for the scholarship program of the university.
6.1. The Contractor has the right to unilaterally cancel the Application in case of failure on the Customer’s side to provide documents or information necessary for the provision of the services by the Contractor under this agreement, or in case of non-compliance with the time frame by the Customer. The terms for providing the necessary documents and information are established by the Contractor in accordance with clause 5.1.5.
6.2. The Customer has the right to cancel the contract if the Contractor fails to comply with the terms for the provision of services established by this contract, if the Contractor has not notified the Customer in written form of the reasons that led to the prolongation of service before the deadline for performing the service.
6.3. In case of cancellation of services, the Contractor shall withhold all expenses incurred by him during the execution of the contract, including the preparatory stage, the stage of preparation the documents for admission, costs of processing the application, preparation of documents, as well as the penalty established in this contract for violation of the deadline for providing the required documents by the Customer.
6.4. If the service is provided partially, the Contractor has the right to withhold the amount for which the service has been provided in full.
6.5. When paying and returning funds, all additional transaction costs are withheld from the Customer.
6.6. Refunds are made no later than 20 days after the Contractor makes a decision on compensation and sends a corresponding written notice to the Customer.
7.1. The decision to admit the Customer to the program is made by the admission committee of the educational institution, therefore, cannot be guaranteed by the Contractor.
7.2. The Customer is aware of the risks associated with the selection procedure for applicants, and admits the possibility of refusal to enroll due to high competition.
7.3. The Contractor does everything possible within the framework of the contract and their professional competence to maximize the Customer's chances of admission to the selected and agreed upon educational institutions.
7.4. In case of relocation cancellation, the Contractor assists in reimbursing the Customer by the educational institution for the funds due to the Customer, in accordance with the return policy of the educational institution, by sending an official request to the educational institution.
7.5. If the Customer insists on submitting documents to the educational institution of their choice, despite not meeting the minimal enrollment requirements, e.g. having insufficient academic performance, or other factors (as notified by the Contractor in advance) that prevent successful enrollment, the Contractor is not responsible for the outcome of admission.
7.6. The decision to grant a scholarship to the Customer is made by the admissions committee or the relevant department of the educational institution, therefore, cannot be guaranteed by the Contractor.
7.7. Educational institutions reserve the right not to send official feedback to the applicant, and the Contractor is not obliged to act as a guarantor of receiving feedback from educational institutions by the Customer.
8.1. The parties are exempt from liability for partial or complete failure to fulfill their obligations under this agreement if this failure was a consequence of unpredictable circumstances that arose after the conclusion of this agreement as a result of force majeure, such as floods, fires, earthquakes and other natural phenomena, as well as war, military actions, blockades, prohibitive actions of the authorities and acts of state bodies, strikes, destruction of communications and energy supply, explosions that occurred during the validity period of this agreement, which the parties could not foresee or prevent.
8.2. Upon the occurrence of the events specified in clause 8.1. of this agreement, the Party must immediately notify the other Party in written form. The notice must contain data on the nature of the circumstances, as well as official documents certifying the existence of these circumstances and, if possible, giving an assessment of their impact on the Party's ability to fulfill the obligations under this agreement.
8.3. In the event of occurrence of the events specified in clause 8.1 of this agreement, the period for the Party to fulfill its obligations under this agreement is postponed in proportion to the time during which these circumstances and their consequences are in effect, or the period after which it is possible to resume actions for the performance of services.
9.1. This agreement comes into force immediately after it is signed by both Parties and the Customer makes payment under the agreement, and is valid until the signing of the certificate of completion.
9.2. The contract is valid for 1 calendar year from the date of its signing or until the signing of the act of acceptance of services. If the Parties do not sign the act by the end of the calendar year, the agreement is automatically extended for the next calendar year.
9.3. This agreement can be changed or terminated by written agreement of the Parties, as well as in other cases stipulated by the current legislation of the Russian Federation and this agreement.
10.1. Disagreements arising between the Parties are resolved through negotiations, signing additional agreements and protocols of disagreements, as well as sending claims to each other, the consideration of which is 10 working days from the date of receipt of the claim by the relevant Party.
10.2. If it is impossible to resolve disputes in the way specified in clause 10.1. of this agreement, such a dispute is referred to the court at the location of the Contractor.
11.1. All other issues not regulated by this agreement are resolved in accordance with the current legislation of the Russian Federation.
11.2. All Appendices and Additional agreements established between the Customer and the Contractor are an integral part of this agreement.
11.3. The Parties recognize the legal force behind emails – documents sent by email, and recognize them as equivalent to paper documents signed with a handwritten signature, since only the Parties themselves and their authorized representatives have access to the corresponding email addresses entered when filling out personal information on the Site, and which is the electronic signature of the relevant Party.
11.4. The Customer accesses the email box using a password and undertakes to maintain its confidentiality. If the password is lost, the Customer undertakes to immediately inform the Contractor.
11.5. The Customer has the right to impose payment obligations for the services on a third party.
11.6. The information and consulting services provided by the Contractor are not educational activities and are not subject to licensing. They are not accompanied by final certification, assignment of any qualifications or the issuance of an education certificate.