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How long ago did you pay for the course and did you do this online or in person?
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Many thanks for your patience. First of all, your rights will depend on what was actually advertised and the details given to you before you agreed to take up the course. You may have been used to a set structure on previous courses but that does not mean that this had to follow the same structure and they would have had the right to change it. The important thing is whether the details of the course given to you in advance of you signing up contained that information. If they did, then they have not really done anything wrong, even if you had expectations for something different. It is not what you expected but what was advertised and your rights will only really kick in if you can show that they had given you a false description of the course and its details. If they did, you could argue that this amounted to a breach of contract and/or misrepresentation and either try to get your money back or get them to make changes to make it comply with what was promised.
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