The Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT) recognise the uniqueness and dignity of every student and his or her potential for good and thereby seeks to engender and encourage not only academic excellence, but also growth in personal and corporate discipline. A consideration of the student as a maturing and responsible adult underpins all disciplinary actions at CIBT. Therefore, disciplinary actions are taken with the aim of enhancing and developing in the student a Christian responsibility for the common good of society and individual self-actualisation. Students are expected to be responsible in both speech and deed.
Students who attempt to commit or actually do commit offences, whether on the Institute’s premises, outside of the Institute’s premises shall face a disciplinary sanction. The Institute reserves the right, notwithstanding any provisions of these rules and regulations, to refer any offence to the appropriate civil or criminal authority as and when the Institute deems it appropriate. A disciplinary sanction to be imposed for an offence may be one or more of the following:
A disciplinary sanction to be imposed for an offence may be one or more of the following:
This handbook is to help students understand how the Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT) is organised, what role is expected of the students and how they can make the most of their stay in the Institute.