Age Restrictions

The minimum age for participation in our courses is 18 years.



Payment must be made in full to the benefit of Daaris’s account prior to the beginning of the course and at the latest 14 days after receiving a note of admission acceptance by Daaris. The participant bears all ensuing bank fees and transfer costs.

After receiving the application payment in full, Daaris will issue a registration confirmation which constitutes a legally binding contract. If Daaris does not receive the course fee within the prescribed period, the participant’s registration will be canceled, and the spot made available for other students.

The student signs up for a full package of tuition, accommodation, and visa. The components of the course package cannot be split, nor can individual components be canceled. An exception can be made for those residing in the town of Nizwa who may register for tuition only.



Daaris reserves the right to make changes to the course timings or contents due to technical or personnel reasons or in case of force majeure.

The participant has the opportunity to alter the courses they wish to participate in once, free of charge. For any successive changes, Daaris will charge a one-time administrative fee of 50 OMR for any changes made at the request of the participant.


Cancellation and Withdrawal Policy

It is possible for the participant to withdraw from the program up to 14 days prior to the course start date and receive full reimbursement.

For enrollment withdrawals up to seven (7) days prior to the course, the participant can only be reimbursed if a replacement for their spot in the course can be found.

If Daaris is notified of the participant’s wish to withdraw within the last week prior to the course, no reimbursement will be made.

These deadlines are counted in calendar days and in GMT+4 (Muscat) time.

If cancellation is due to a personal emergency or an emergency within the immediate family documented in writing, Daaris will consider reimbursing an amount up to the full payment, or the registration may be put on hold and used for a future course.

In any case, Daaris will have to charge an administrative fee of 50 OMR for any of these changes.

Similarly, if a participant must terminate a course early due to a personal emergency or an emergency within the immediate family (documented in writing), the student may receive a partial refund for the portion of the course not yet completed.

Otherwise, it is not possible to be reimbursed for missed course days if the participant chooses to leave the course before its official termination.



If a participant misses the courses more than two times without a valid excuse (e.g., illness) in writing, Daaris reserves the right to exclude this participant after an official warning without reimbursement of the course fees, neither fully nor partially.


Medical costs

Daaris is not responsible for any costs stemming from medical treatment (consultancy fees, hospitalization, medication, etc.) or for any fees resulting from flight changes due to an illness, even if related to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Visa arrangements

Daaris will arrange for its students’ visas assuming the participant’s full cooperation in providing Daaris with accurate personal information and required documents.

All ensuing visa costs are part of the course fees.

However, Daaris cannot guarantee the success of every visa application as these applications are granted at the discretion of the administration of the Royal Oman Police, (ROP). In case of the refusal of the visa by the ROP, Daaris will reimburse the full course fees except for the administrative fee of 50 OMR.


Site rules

The student is obliged to follow Daaris site rules and observe the institute’s dress code.

Accepted students must commit to respecting local laws and public morals.

As a representative of the Daaris community, students must also behave in a culturally sensitive manner in the town of Nizwa and its surroundings.

Daaris is obliged to inform students comprehensively about cultural particularities and to educate them about rules, rituals, and mores during orientation.