Financial Support FAQs
Can I get help with the cost of my course?
There's a variety of financial support available at College from bursaries and funding to student loans.
You may be able be entitled to support towards the cost of your studies. A number of factors are taken into account when assessing eligibility for a free or reduced course fee, including age and employment/benefit status, the course you are studying and your Nationality/Home Office status. Where a fee range is given e.g. £0-£100, fees will vary depending on these factors. Your eligibility will be assessed when you enrol.
Click on the relevant link below to find out more:
- Financial support for 16-18 year olds
- Financial support for adults (19+)
- Financial support for Higher Education courses
If you're aged 19 or over and want to study a Level 3 or 6 course, you may need to pay for your course, but you can get a government loan for this. You can find out more about the Advanced Learner Loan here.
How much do courses cost?
Course fees vary depending on the course, and may also vary depending on your own circumstances.
You can find the fees for a particular course in the right-hand column of the course page - search courses here.
Advanced Learner Loans
If you are aged 19+ there is help available to fund your course. Take a look here.
HE financial support
There are many ways of funding higher education and we take you through the steps here.
Financial support for 16-18 year olds
If you’re aged between 16 and 18, find out about the financial support that could be available to you.