Fees and Funding

Financial Support

If you’re thinking about studying at college, you need to consider three main issues:

The good news is that a lot of students get financial support towards the cost of studying. For example:

The financial support you can receive depends on your age, the level of course you will be studying and your family / personal income. Some support is accessed through the College and some you will need to apply to other organisations for.

We have summarised what is available below for you and our Student Services team will be happy to provide you with further information.

The Deal – Your Part

With funding come rules.  They are:

If you are having any difficulties then speak to your tutor or Student Services as soon as you can.

The Deal – Our Part

Fraudulent Claims

We have an obligation to make sure the funds given to us to support students are distributed fairly and reach those who need it most which is why we ask for detailed information at application. If, following investigation claim is considered to be fraudulent we will ask for any money awarded to be repaid in full and may take court action.

Employer Sponsorship

If your employer has agreed to pay your fees and you would like us to invoice them, download the Employer Fee Payment Contract, or request one from Student Services. You need to get this completed by an authorised representative of your company and you need to bring it along when you enrol.

Please note the information provided on this page is based on current government guidelines and figures and may be subject to change.