Higher Education Course Fees
Students do not need to pay their tuition fees upfront. Eligible UK/EU students will be able to borrow the full cost of their tuition fee from the government as a tuition fee loan. This money is paid directly to the college on the student’s behalf, and students currently only repay this loan once they have finished university and are earning over £21,000 a year.
You can find out exactly what fees you will pay through the student finance online application form. Just input our institution code name and the course code. A summary of the costs 'per year' are below.
2017/18 HE course costs
|ME801D01||HNC Creative Media Production||£6000|
|CC840E01||Foundation Degree Early Years - Part Time||£4000|
|CC870F01||Foundation Degree Early Years - Full Time||£6000|
|EDCETL4||Ascentis Certificate in Education and Training||£900|
|LSCL4AM1HC||HNC in Animal Management||£6000|
|LSCL4AM1HD||HND in Animal Management||£6000|
|SPL4Y1FD||FdSc in Sports Coaching||£6000|
|TECL4EE1HC||HNC Electrical/Electronic Engineering||£6000|
|TECL4EE1HD||HND Electrical/Electronic Engineering||£6000|
Student Finance England
All applications for student finance (including the tuition fee loan and the maintenance loan) are made online.
Students in England apply via Student Finance England. You should apply as early as you can to make sure that your funding is in place at the start of their course. Students do not need to have a confirmed place at college to apply for their funding. They should use their first choice of course and university and this can be changed online at a later date if required.