Fees, Finance & Funding
Tuition fees don’t need to be a barrier to learning or a roadblock to your dream career. The different costs and finance options can seem like a minefield, but there are lots of funding opportunities available to help support your journey.
We understand that student finance can be very confusing, but we’re here to help explain all the different options for you and let you know about all the different grants, loans, bursaries and funding options that will help you afford the perfect course.
We’ll do everything we can to help you to be amazing and learn some incredible skills. Fees, finance and funding are all different depending on the type of course you’re studying. Just select the appropriate option below, and you’ll find lots of help and advice available.
If you are aged 19 and over and wish to do a Level 3 course, you may need to fund the course yourself. If you are aged 19 to 23 and doing your first Level 3 course you could get a course free if you are eligible. If you do need to fund the course, many people do so by taking out an Advanced Learner Loan. Information on the terms of these loans, eligibility and how to apply can be found at gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan/overview
If you are struggling with an application, the college’s Careers, Employability & Welfare team are available to help throughout enrollment and into the new term.