I have bought two products (services): specifically two parts of a university training course (ITT (Initial Teacher Training) and masters units leading to PGCE). Both are sold separately. I no longer wish to do the masters units, and focus on the ITT.
The terms and conditions say that I must return zero or all. They say that the combination forms a new product ( a 3rd course). However both can be purchased separately. The only connection being that if you pass both you can get a better certificate (ITT + masters units = PGCE). You do not have to buy both at same time, to get the PGCE, you can do the masters units years latter, and still get the PGCE.
It seems to me to be like going to a shop and getting two products at the same time. This in tern seems to be like going to a shop getting the first item, leaving coming back and getting the second. Which says to me that I can return one on its own, according to the company return policy (without considering the 2nd). What does statute (the law) say on this?
Can I withdraw-from (return) the masters units course, according to the university returns policy, as if I had bought it separately? Can you also cite the relevant UK consumer law.
I am in England. Course started, 1st September, but I was not officially enrolled until November.