The fee of your chosen course is listed on the individual course page of the part-time course finder. This will include the cost of tuition, enrolment and examination (if applicable).
In addition to the tuition fees, you may also need to consider the following costs
- Assessment fees
- Membership to professional bodies
Costs specific to the course you are interested in are available upon request.
You can pay for course fees in a total of up to 5 monthly instalments by setting up a standing order. Please note, instalments are not available where the total fee is less than £200.
If your employer or training provider is paying for your course, they will need to provide either a letter confirming this when you enrol or a company cheque.
For some courses an Advanced Learning Loan may be available for learners aged 19 and over. This is provided by the Government to cover the cost of a Level 3 or Level 4 qualification.
Loans are not means tested or subject to credit checks and you will not need to start repaying the loan until you are earning over £21,000.
For more information please click here.
Overseas student fees
If you have not been living in the UK or EU for at least three years, you may be liable for overseas fees.
If a course is cancelled by the College for any reason, payment made by the student will be refunded. If a student has started a course and chooses to leave, no refund will be made.
Please call our Enrolments Team on 01908 684571/74 to learn more about the Part-Time course fees.
Some courses have been subsidised by the Government for students who meet an eligibility criteria. You may be eligible for a reduced rate if you are unemployed, in receipt of a state benefit and you want to enter employment and need the skills from one of our funded courses to achieve this.