Courses marked with a C in the course guide may have discounted fees for:
We can also apply for help with your fees, travel costs and crèche if you are:
Your first full level 2 or level 3 course if you are aged 19 - 23
You may be eligible to have your course for free if it is your first full Level 2 or 3 course. This may also include some level 1 courses that will help you progress onto these courses, providing that you do not already hold a qualification at or above the level you want to study.
Free English and maths
You are eligible to study Maths and English, at all levels up to and including GCSE Level 2, free of charge, providing that you DO NOT already hold a GCSE at grade C or above.
What evidence we need
If you would like help with your fees or learner support funding, please bring to enrolment the proof needed, which should include:
Please ask an Enrolment Advisor at reception for further details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can apply for a concessionary fee of 50% on courses marked with a star or a smiley face in our course guide, if your household income is under £27,000 per year AND one of the below applies to you:
There is a 25% discount for anyone over 70.
If you would like to apply for a 50% or 25% fee discount, please ask at reception for the simple self-declaration form.
You can apply for a 100% reduction if you have mild to moderate mental health difficulties and would like to participate in our government-funded wellbeing project promoting the benefits of adult learning on your mental health. You will need to fill in a questionnaire at the start and end of the course (only anonymised information will be shared with the project funders).
If you would like 100% of your course fees paid by participating in this Wellbeing project, please click here, or please ask at reception.
Each of the funds is limited so we can not guarantee their availablity to all students. The funds are available to assist those learners who meet the criteria set out in the description.
The bursary is not a loan from the college and therefore does not require repayment.