General Terms and Conditions for Course Participants
Campus ACADEMY UG (limited liability)
c/o Ruppiner Kliniken, O-Haus, (OG R. 212)
Fehrbelliner Str. 38
Registration for a Campus ACADEMY course or online seminar is done via the website form or directly by e-mail. Participants will receive a confirmation of inclusion on the registration list after registration to the e-mail address provided. The registration/booking is thus binding. Invoices will be sent as soon as there are enough registrations for the course. The invoice must be paid within 14 days. If the invoice is not paid on time, this is not considered an automatic cancellation (see point 4). By registering, course participants confirm that they have read and accepted the GTC. Likewise, the exclusion of the right of withdrawal is informed with the registration.
2. services and participation fees
The amount of the course fees is published on the Campus ACADEMY websites and in the respective program flyers. All fees stated there are per person and event date incl. statutory value added tax, unless explicitly stated otherwise. Unless explicitly stated otherwise in the offer, the range of services includes participation in the respective event date, conference documents (if provided), lunch (for all-day events) and beverages during breaks. For online seminars, conference documents and catering are not included. The scope of the service is primarily determined by the course description. Campus ACADEMY reserves the right to make changes, e.g. change the venue, replace announced speakers with others, and make necessary changes to the event program while maintaining the overall character of the event. Accommodation, travel and other costs are not included in the participation fee, unless otherwise agreed. The participation fee is due within 14 days after invoicing.
3. online seminars
Procedure and technical requirements:
4-5 days before the start of the online seminar, participants will receive a message via EMail in which Campus ACADEMY informs them of the link to participate in the online seminar. The entire content of the online seminar is realized using ZOOM. It is responsible for the operation of the online seminar in technical terms. After receiving the access link, the participants receive the access authorization for the agreed seminar duration. For smooth use, we recommend using the Internet browser Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge (in the latest version). In addition, it is the responsibility of the participants to ensure sufficient bandwidth of the Internet connection, to maintain an up-to-date hardware and software environment, and to adjust the speaker or set it to
headphones to fall back on. Campus ACADEMY assumes no liability and does not guarantee that the online seminar can run smoothly within the specific hardware and software environment of the digital media used by the participants (PC, tablet, smartphone).
Participant Obligations / Abuse Caveat:
Participants are forbidden to pass on access to the online seminar to third parties and to tolerate and/or enable third parties to gain knowledge. Besides, own recordings of the seminar are absolutely forbidden. If the speakers agree to a recording, only the Campus ACADEMY or a person authorized by it may make a recording. Any recording will be made available to participants. Campus ACADEMY reserves the right to block access to the online seminar in the event of suspected misuse or significant breaches of contract until the participant has cleared up the suspicion and, if necessary, to terminate the contractual relationship without notice in the event of serious breaches.
Campus ACADEMY reserves the right to cancel or terminate an online seminar for good cause at any time. Good cause shall be deemed to exist, for example, in the event of technical problems that cannot be resolved in a timely manner, an attack on the online seminar system by an outside third party (so-called hacker attack) or other force majeure. Campus ACADEMY will inform participants as soon as possible and provide access to an alternative online seminar. If such a certificate is not available or if the participant refuses to take part in it, Campus ACADEMY will refund the full amount of the participation fees paid. Participants have no further claims.
4. exclusion of the right of withdrawal
By agreeing to the GTC, participants are informed about the exclusion of the right of withdrawal. There is no right of withdrawal according to §355g BGB. The exclusion is based on §312g No. 9 para. 2 BGB, after services that are time-bound are excluded from it.
In addition, §355 of the German Civil Code (BGB) only applies in consumer law. According to §13 BGB, a consumer is “any natural person who enters into a legal transaction for purposes that are
can predominantly be attributed neither to their commercial nor to their independent professional activity. “
5. cancellation, termination
After binding registration for the course or online seminar, a cancellation must be made in writing (mail, e-mail). A binding registration exists with the confirmation of the Campus ACADEMY booking. The time of invoicing is irrelevant. In case of cancellation, the postmark of the post office is decisive for possible cancellation fees.
For the processing of a cancellation will be charged processing fee 50€, unless the cancellation costs are higher.
Cancellation up to 28 days before the start of the course is free of charge (except for the administration fee).
Between 28 and 14 days before the start of the course, cancellation will be charged 50% of the course fee.
For cancellations received less than 14 days prior to the start of the course, we will charge 100% of the respective course fee for administrative expenses. If participants do not show up without a timely cancellation or do not log in to the online seminar, the full course fee will be due.
Cancellation fees do not apply if the place can be otherwise occupied at short notice, with the exception of the processing fee.
We reserve the right to cancel announced events up to one week before the event date at the latest, if an insufficient number of participants does not allow the economic realization of the event or if a cancellation becomes necessary for organizational or other reasons (e.g. illness of the speaker). Cancellations due to force majeure (e.g. Corona situation) remain reserved to Campus ACADEMY even at short notice.
In the event of course cancellation by Campus ACADEMY, the participant is entitled to a refund of fees already paid. Further claims are excluded. To cover any travel costs, we recommend seminar cancellation insurance. The right of both contracting parties to terminate the contract for good cause shall remain unaffected.
6. data collection and data protection
Campus ACADEMY protects personal data. The personal data accompanying the registration will be processed in compliance with the applicable
data protection regulations are stored by Campus ACADEMY in an electronic database and processed for the purpose of providing the service and for billing purposes. Unless you object when registering, we will inform you about our offers and events in the future. Disclosure to third parties (sponsors) will only take place if participants give their explicit consent for a specific event.
Campus ACADEMY assumes no liability for accidents during arrival and departure and during the stay at the event location as well as for other personal and property damages during the events. During practical exercises, course participants act at their own risk. Campus ACADEMY and its vicarious agents shall only be liable for property damage and financial loss in the event of intent or gross negligence. Campus ACADEMY is not liable for the loss of items brought along (e.g. wardrobe, valuables, etc.). The respective house rules and instructions on site must be observed.
8. place of jurisdiction
Neuruppin shall be the exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from the contractual relationship. Should any provision in these terms and conditions or in the contract be or become invalid, this shall not affect the validity of all other provisions or agreements.
9. extension of the scope
The regulations listed above also apply to the organizers on whose behalf the Campus ACADEMY takes over the organization.